Baby shower favors are a sweet way to honor mom-to-be. What a great way for your guests the remember the party long after the little one arrives. Favors should also be used to add to the party decor – whatever the theme may be. The best baby shower favors will be useful as well – there’s no point spending any money if the gift will end up in the garbage.
Whether you’ve thrown lots of baby showers or are planning your first, this is a great resource for FREE baby shower games! I’ve left out the horrible games (Guess Mom’s Girth = NO!) & only included the fun ones. Be sure to check them out for baby shower idea inspiration!
Coed Baby Shower Games – Great Games for the Men!
Planning a couples or coed baby shower? Make sure to include at least one game with men in mind, so they have fun too. Warning: these games can be messy, so let the ladies sit back and enjoy watching the men mildly embarrass themselves in the name of friendly competition!
These baby shower games will make sure people are talking about your shower for long after the baby is born. The games are not expensive either – most you can play with items you have in the house already! Be warned – you might have your mom-to-be laughing so hard she she’ll pee!
You won’t find these on the typical baby shower registry, but they are all GREAT choices. Cute & sweet or practical & long-lasting, these are based on lessons I learned myself (good & bad!). Building memories or solving parenting nightmares – you will find it here!
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If you keep your spending on the baby shower games to a minimum, you can use your budget toward the prizes! These baby shower game prizes are based on the theme of the game using the list of FREE baby shower games described above.
I love baby shower decorations that can also be reused again or given as gifts to mom-to-be. These decorations will be both beautiful and treasured as keepsakes from the big event. Place in a baby book, use again for baby’s first birthday or hang on the wall in baby’s room – lots of great ideas here!
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