Zebra Baby Boy Shower

I had the honor to host my very first baby shower for one of my good friends, Julie.  She is pregnant with her second little boy.  His name is Luke.  This is also my very first “BOY” party!  It was fun searching for ideas and seeing them come to life!  Thank you to my friend, Lizfor capturing these beautiful pics!
The invite was made by my friend, Tricia.  Julie really wanted to have a zebra theme.  We decided to add this type of blue insted of the traditional baby blue.
As guests arrived, they wrote a “wish” for baby Luke or “advice” for the mom-to-be on these zebra circles hanging on the tree.
Next to this tree I set up a table for the gifts.  I made the mini-banner taped on the wall.
Zebra lanterns hanging from the ceiling in the kitchen…
The table was so much fun to put together. I made the centerpiece for it.  I added some votives and glass jars with fresh white roses.
I bought plastic flutes and added a “It’s a boy” charm with a blue bow…they looked adorable!
I ordered labels with baby’s name and “It’s a boy” for the bottled water.
I made the “DRINKS” banner :)
Yummy lemonade made by Kim :)
Blue punch to match the party…ha! :)
Baby carriage purchased at Hobby Lobby.  I used it to put wrapped silverware at the food table…
“BOY” blocks purchased from HERE.
I made the “FOOD” banner as well :)
“CHOCOLATE TREATS” table.  Julie and I decided to have all chocolate desserts including a chocolate fountain….yummy!!!
I bought brown zebra fabric at JoAnne’s for the backdrop.  I made this mini-banner “It’s A Boy”.
I decided to add  the letter “L” on the table for baby’s name, Luke.  I painted it brown and added brown glitter on it…super easy and inexpensive :)
I’ve never made a diaper cake before.  My friend, Lisa, came over and pretty much made it for me :)  I just watched and helped rolling some diapers!  There are 3 custom-made brown zebra burp cloths at the top made by my friend, Valarie at Everything Girly.
I made cake pops for the very first time….NOT fun for me.  I am not a betty crocker….it was harder than I thought!  Bakerella is one of my idols..ha!
I made these yummy oreo truffles.  My friend, April told me about them and they were a hit!…..delish!
Zebra cake, cookies, and cupcakes made by Decadent Delights.  They were to die for…delicious!
Treats for the chocolate fountain :)
Chocolate raisins because they match…ha!
I edited this photo just for fun :)
Baby shower “thank you” favors.  A small jar with chocolate raisins and blue m&m’s.  A “thank you for coming to my shower. Luke” sticker on the lid.
And here’s my gorgeous friend, Julie.  Doesn’t she look beautiful pregnant?
Dessert tags and stickers fromPink Clover Designs
Water bottle labels from DoodleZ Designs
“BOY” wood blocks from Wood N’ Stitches
Blue table runner from Party Shoppe
Zebra paper lanterns from Pier1Imports
Cake, cookies, and cupcakes by Decadent Delights
Idea for the flutes and charms from Pizzazzerie
Idea for the “thank you” favors from Beau-coup
Cake pops fromBakerella
Letter “L” on the table (she added a “T” on her crab shack table) from TomKat Studio
Custom zebra burp cloths from Everything Girly
Baby carriage from Hobby Lobby
All the baby shower banners from my shop A To Zebra Celebrations
Photography by Liz BiesemeyerThank you to all of my friends and Julie’s family who helped me with this beautiful shower.  I could have never done it on my own.



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  2. A To Zebra Celebrations
    Posted February 3, 2011 at 5:14 am

    I purchased the baby carriage at the store, not online. However, it was a very random find…I've never seen another one since then. Sorry girls.

  3. Anonymous
    Posted February 3, 2011 at 3:39 am

    Do you still think they might have the baby carriage at Hobby Lobby? I couldn't find it either.

  4. Anonymous
    Posted January 12, 2011 at 8:53 pm

    I can't find that baby carriage at Hobby Lobby. Did you order it online?

  5. JoYcE
    Posted October 28, 2010 at 12:45 am

    i am so inlove with this setup.. i wanna copy it!!!

  6. Ebony of Sparkling Events & Designs, LLC.
    Posted August 2, 2010 at 11:27 am

    Super cute!!!! Awesome job!!!


  7. Ebony of Sparkling Events & Designs, LLC.
    Posted August 2, 2010 at 11:27 am

    Super cute!!!! Awesome job!!!


  8. Southern Reflections
    Posted July 30, 2010 at 4:19 pm

    I am SO HAPPY I found your blog!!! I LOVE all things zebra!!! I want you to do my next party!!!!!!! :-D

  9. baby gifts
    Posted July 23, 2010 at 6:57 pm

    What an amazing shower! Everything looks lovely! Thank you for posting these pictures. I’m really impressed. I can say that you really did such a good job! :)

  10. Lisa
    Posted July 22, 2010 at 5:29 am

    Nancy…..what an amazing shower! I loved it all! Your cake pops look great!! Very impressed. :)

  11. Melissa C
    Posted July 21, 2010 at 7:00 pm

    Such a cute party!! The oreo truffles sound delish!

    Melissa ;)

  12. Jodee Leader
    Posted July 21, 2010 at 3:54 am

    You did a fabulous job! Everything is adorable! I love the colors and I especially love the party favors and labels!

  13. AZPartyMamma
    Posted July 21, 2010 at 1:20 am

    great job on putting together a beautiful shower. I love that shade of blue. I just had a friend use that color on the walls of her nursery!

  14. Party Flair
    Posted July 20, 2010 at 11:38 pm

    Everything looks amazing!!! Very nicely done!

  15. Pam @ PartyStart.Me
    Posted July 20, 2010 at 11:27 pm

    Absolutely stunning! Everything looks to sophisticated, yet fun!

  16. Scarf Ace
    Posted July 20, 2010 at 10:49 pm

    What a lovely baby shower! So sophisticated yet also fun at the same time! Love the "L" and the favors and the plastic flutes and the banners! Great job :-)


  17. Anonymous
    Posted July 20, 2010 at 8:04 pm

    I love all the pictures. They turned out so wonderful.

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