Somebunny to Love Baby Shower

Special Collaboration with Maman

Hours Saved

Lavender Champagne
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Caspari Blue and White Plates
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How to throw a baby shower | Maman Dessert Table
How to host a baby shower | Maman blue and white apron
Caspari Blue & White Plates and Maman Chocolate Chip Cookie
How to make Maman Julia Salad | Black Twine

Photography by Christine Yoo

Party checklist

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Review the blueprint and purchase the party items in a few easy steps.


Follow our easy ideas to wow your guests.


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Prepare perfect party decor + party food.

Lavender Blueberry Champagne


  • 1 bottle champagne (or sparkling wine)
  • Lavender buds
  • Washed blueberries


Place a half teaspoon of lavender buds and a couple fresh blueberries into each champagne flute or coupe glass.


Pour champagne into flutes or coupe glasses and ENJOY!

Maman’s Julia Salad


  • 2-15 oz cans of chickpeas, drained
  • 1 tbsp ground cumin
  • 5 red bell peppers
  • 1 cup feta
  • 5 scallions
  • 90 grams mesclun mix (or to your liking)


Drain both cans of chickpeas and rinse well. Let drip dry in your strainer while you chop the red bell peppers into square pieces. Toss these with olive oil and a sprinkle of salt and pepper. Roast at 350 for 7-10 minutes, until soft. Set aside to let cool completely. In a large bowl, toss chickpeas with cumin and a little olive oil.


Slice scallions thinly on a bias and throw into your bowl along with the mesclun mix.


Crumble your feta into the bowl as well, and finally add in your cooled roasted red peppers. Taste and add in a drizzle of olive oil and salt if desired.

Toss lightly to combine. Enjoy!

Keeps in an airtight container in the fridge for 2 days.

A store-bought or homemade quiche is a wonderful main dish for this party!


Pull it all together in just a few easy steps.



3 Weeks Prior

Purchase party decor, tableware and gifting online, accounting for shipping time


2 Weeks Prior

Order cake from local bakery


1 Day Prior

Buy any other food and beverages for the party

Purchase fresh florals

Pre-set as much of the decor for dessert table and wall backdrop as possible


Day Of

Pick up desserts from bakery

Prep salad and other food

Finalize last minute details to the party set-up

Set out food and beverage about 30-45 minutes before the event starts

Estimated Budget

10 People

Decor: $300 – $400

Food: $100

Beverage: $25 – $50

TOTAL: $425 – $550

Styling tips

Maman shares its top tips for pulling off this event.

Tip 1

We nailed the Oh Baby sign to a distressed wood shelf and then added some florals (roses, ranunculus, tulips and baby’s breath) to create this romantic look.

Tip 3

The large white balloons require a good amount of helium so please factor this into your budget.

Tip 2

In addition to the eucalyptus garlands, we added fresh florals to the rabbit vases, which includes roses, ranunculus, carnations, baby’s breath and tulips.

Vendor Credits

Collaboration with: Maman | Photography by Christine Yoo | Paper Goods: Caspari | Party Signs: Midnight Confetti | Calligraphy: ETERATE




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