Baby Shower

Princess Baby Shower Ideas and free princess printable decorations!

Ready for some adorable pink princess baby shower ideas? There are many royal ideas for this festive occasion!

Princess baby showers are cute, girly and fun!

FREE printable princess wall art below! Makes an adorable baby shower gift and shower decoration!

free baby shower checklist, tags and more

Princess Baby Shower Ideas and Decorations

princess water bottle labels
  • Wrap water bottles in cute princess water bottle labels
  • Scatter the pink confetti around the room
  • Use pink tulle as a border around the cake or present table – it will look like a lovely tutu!
  • Hang a glittering tiara and wands from the ceiling with affordable princess tiaras and wands)
  • Use empty baby food jars as tea lite containers, fill with pink jelly bellies and top the tea-lites
  • Spray the pillar candles and votive with spray adhesive (glue) and sprinkle with pink glitter
  • Find princess themed scrapbook paper at the craft store – use as place mats, cut out and use as napkin rings, wrap pieces around pillar candles and/or cylinder glass vases filled with candy or candles, punch in shapes and use as confetti, make favor tags, gift tags or name tags

Princess Baby Shower Food and Menu Ideas

  • Serve the food pink polka dot plates
  • Paper the little baby Onesies, tie a strip of tulle around the waist to resemble a tutu and attach the Onesies to a mantle, banister or wall
  • Float pink balloons around the room or bundle them into balloon bouquets
  • For favors, give out chocolate dipped Oreo’s (tint white chocolate – pink, melt, dip cookie, lay out on wax paper to dry)
  • Dip large pretzel rods in white chocolate and sprinkle with pink sparkly sprinkles – they’re so cute and you can even bundle some up and tie a pretty ribbon and give as favors
  • A great idea for a baby shower gift is to give pink soaps, bubble bath, nail polish, candles or anything girly and pink.
  • Frost some delicious pink sugar cookies and serve for a snack or give as a favor

The Cutest Princess Baby Shower Cake

Sweet Angel, Fairy and Princess Baby Shower Cake!

If you are planning a baby shower for a girl – we have some beautiful princess cakes for you to see!

All the cakes below were submitted by great readers!

picture of a princess fairy baby shower cake

Angel Fairy Watching over Baby Cake

by Tonya H.
(Chattanooga, TN. United States)

This was a first for me, molding an angel and a baby, but it was so much fun. I’ve never had any cake decorating lessons just some pans and tips from a yard sale. I used to watch my older sister make wedding cakes and I learned what I could from her, but I thought I would never want to make cakes. I was wrong because it was so much fun to create something. Hope you like it!

You will need:
12 inch x 2 inch deep pan
Two 8 inch x 2 inch deep pans
3-4 cake mixes, following box directions
Food coloring: pink, juniper green, brown for hair, purple for flower centers
flower and leaf cutter
Large white fondant box
Buttercream icing
grass tip, #5 tip
rolling pin for fondant

First I did some pink butter cream icing and covered the 12 inch cake, then I used the Chantilly lace effect with a #5 tip all over the 12 inch cake.

I then frosted two 8 inch cakes with juniper green and stacked them on top of the 12 inch.

The Angel Fairy, baby, leaves and flowers were all hand molded after coloring my fondant in different colors.

Their faces are hand painted with food coloring and shiny pearl dust. I dressed them with fondant leaves for clothes.

Then I used a grass tip to make the yellow border on top of the cake. I finished the cake with a white large fondant bow made earlier and let it harden.

The only thing that didn’t eat my cake were the wings, which I bought at a local craft store and attached to her back with a pearl push pin handle.

mushroom princess fairy baby shower cake photo

A Fairy Cute Baby Shower Cake

by Marcy Grauer
(Tallahassee Fl)

Making a mushroom cake for a fairy baby shower is simpler than it looks!

First you make a batch of Rice Krispie treats and stick them in a small round container I used a metal bucket. I placed a round PVC pipe in the middle for structural support. The top of the cake is simple strawberry cake made in a bunt pan.

Roll the cake into a cake carton and place on top of the Rice Krispie base. Your cake is ready to be iced, I dyed the frosting pink and then added white polka dots, I also added some butterflies and dragonflies that I got from my local craft store for an extra touch, it stands on a patch of grass to give it that extra enchanted fairy touch!

This cake is perfect for showers or birthdays, and is so simple!

Purple princess tiara baby shower cake photo

Purple Princess Tiara Baby Shower Cake

Made by Michelle W
(Westland, MI )

I found inspiration for this princess baby shower cake on a website I’m a member of and loved it – this is my version!

This cake is so much fun! I first made the tiara by attaching the pattern and waxed paper to an oatmeal container, then I piped the design onto the royal icing, let that dry for 24 hours and peeled off – it broke and I repeated the process.

Baked french vanilla cakes with strawberry filling and homemade butter cream.

Marshmallow fondant covered the cakes and then stacked them. I made a pattern out of cardboard to make the impression on the top layer with a stitched look and then added the details with royal icing.

I loved the boa around the cake board! Thanks for looking at my princess baby shower cake – it’s my favorite cake I’ve ever made!

baby shower castle cake photo

Castle Baby Shower Cake

by Casey-Starr

1. I started by making 2 cakes (I made Betty Crocker vanilla on top and chocolate on the bottom). You can use any 2 different sized pans. Then I stacked the small one on top of the big one.

2. The towers are 2 ice cream cones stacked on top of each other covered in almond bark and clear sprinkles.

3. Then I frosted the cakes and decorated with icing.

4. The drawbridge is a Hershey bar with chocolate Twizzlers.

This is my first cake attempt. I had so much fun making this princess baby shower cake!

Princess Baby Shower Diaper Cake

Princess Baby Shower Diaper Cake

Pink Princess Castle Diaper Cake

This Castle is made of 45 diapers size 2, 10 items hidden in the castle (2 spoons, 2 washcloths, pair of socks, burp cloth, infant hat, teether). 3 fridge magnets attached. Paper cones for towers and star wands. Lots of ribbon and icing for decoration.

Castle of love Diaper Cake. (Pink and brown diaper cake)

by Amber E.

(Toutdale, OR)

I made this castle diaper cake for my friend at work.

He had a girl and he uses brown and pink. I rolled up all the diapers for this. I used a box for the shape and filled it with goodies that I didn’t want outside of the cake.

It comes in 2 layers for easy transportation. I used bottles as the core for the towers. Scrapbook paper for tops of towers and flags. I painted the cardboard to look like a moat.

The drawbridge will hold the wipes I made. It was a joy to make and took me many, many hours. I would do it again in a heartbeat. Hope this helps anyone looking for a princess theme.

  • An easy idea is to put a print of the princess in an 8×10 inch frame with a white matte background and sign the guests with a greeting here when they arrive at the baby shower. Then show the framed photo to the mom at the end of the baby shower so she can hang it in the baby’s nursery.
  • For a quick and easy decoration idea that doubles as a baby shower favor, fill large glass vases (found at the dollar store) with pink and white M&M’s or bubble gum balls. Let guests pick them up and put them in little bags to take home as favors.
  • Aside from princess cakes, there are so many creative possibilities when planning a princess baby shower, grab some pink flowers, feathers, tiaras, confetti and sparkles and you’ll be good to go!

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