Easily decorate a room or table with this party kit featuring fans, a banner, cutouts, and more. Includes woodland creature cutouts and an ivy garland. It also has a "Mama Bear" sash. Burlap banner. Simple to use.
Product may have some quality issues. Some buyers thought it was a bit cheap.
Set includes balloon boxes, balloons, and lettering. Add the word "baby" to the boxes for a fun centerpiece. Features balloons in a few colors to create a cohesive theme. Perfect for a photo backdrop or as the main party decor.
Some issues with flimsiness and balloons popping.
Kit includes 72 letter plates and 8 floral plates for you to make your own custom banner. Colorful tassels, tissue paper pom-poms, and ribbon are also included. Clear, easy-to-follow directions. Can be reused at a variety of future parties.
The number of each type of letter ranges from 1 to 5.
Forty pieces of baby shower decor in gold, white, and tan. Includes balloons, paper lanterns, banner, pom poms, and honeycombs. Decor works well for various themes. Simple setup. Good for backdrops and centerpieces.
Balloons can be a bit flimsy. Some quality concerns.
Gold, white, green, and grey hues. Party set includes 250 pieces including garland, balloons, sash, stickers, emoji game, cake topper, and more. The best kit when you want to buy all your decorations at once. Easy to prep.
Some buyers found that items were missing. A bit flimsy.
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Perhaps you’re keeping your baby’s gender a secret until birth. Or maybe you’re sick of the pink and blue gender norms bestowed on traditional baby showers. Either way, gender neutral decorations are the way to go. Typically these decorations avoid pink and blue altogether and aim for colors like golds, yellows, purples, or greens. However, mixing a range of pink and blue shades together is also a common choice. Taking items you’d be purchasing anyway (napkins, plates, cups, etc.) and finding decorative versions is an easy, cost-effective way to decorate your shower. You can add even more of a splash with banners and other decorative displays. Balloons and banners are ideal for filling up large blank walls.