Whoooo Loves you? Owl Baby Shower Ideas

Owl Baby Shower Ideas

Owl themed baby showers are very popular, as well as popular Nursery decorations; including: Who Loves You, Look Whose Coming, etc. Below are some ideas for your Owl themed baby shower. We are always adding new ideas, so check back again before you finalize plans for your event. The navigation links below appear on all interconnected pages so you can easily move from one section to the other.

  • Whooo Loves You
  • Little Night Owl
  • Look Whose Coming
  • Hoot Owls


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Feathered owls from the craft store place on a wire racks or evergreen branches. Drill out a log and turn it into a flower vase. If you are lucky enough to have an old dresser, give it a make over to match your party.
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Check out the dollar stores and paint any owls you find to match your party colors. Add to food tables and centerpieces. Owls and books go great together. Greens, owls and pinecones. Arrange in any style you like.
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Owl on a bed of leaves, surrounded by sunflowers. Woodland Candle Centerpiece idea. Keep your expenses down, and make owls from items around the house. This owl was made from a Coke can.
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A Harry Potter Twist – deliver your invites via owl balloon Have some leftover plastic Easter eggs? You can make some cool little owls from those using felt, googly eyes, and tuffs of feathers. Pinecone owls on a log.
Upscale paper lanterns with owl faces, wings and feet. Put owl faces on your balloons An Owl Pinata
Balloons in party colors on a stand with a color coordinating owl. Cute. Make paper pom poms and put owl faces on them and alternate with flags to make a banner. Add a woodland touch to your table by wrapping chairs with burlap and decoration with flowers.
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Owl Masks Easy Balloon Decoration Way to complicated for me, but these are totally awesome!
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Make an owl tree and decorate with branches, ribbons and pods. Cute centerpiece idea. It could also be used with table numbers. Make an owl tree using a branch and a grapevine wreath as a base. Then let your imagine go wild.

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