Hello Kitty is a child icon all over the world, and this instantly recognizable, cute little cat who is always sporting her biggest bow, makes for an incredible baby shower theme. From hundreds of ribbon décor to just as many shades of pink in balloons, cake, and garland, a Hello Kitty baby shower is as sweet as it is sassy!
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When it comes to finding Hello Kitty baby shower decorations, games, and favors, there is no shortage of options in the world! Solid pink or themed paper party supplies such as plates, cups, and cutleries are great place to start, they look great, and make for an easy cleanup after the event is over. Likewise, be sure to stock up on Hello Kitty stickers and bows to slap on just about everything. Favor bags, cupcake wrappers, table seat assignments, centerpieces —you name it, you can put fun Hello Kitty stickers on it for quick decorations. For centerpiece, you can create a DIY hello kitty diaper cake which also becomes a very special and a practical gift for the mommy-to-be. Diaper cake is a non-editable cake made out of diapers.
Did you know you can even buy Hello Kitty string lights that cast the perfect twinkle for the best event ambience? Garlands or printouts up on the walls of all of Hello Kitty’s in her cutest bows are a great addition, along with actual, blinged out party headbands for guests to wear as they celebrate baby-to-be! You can even create an activity for party guests to craft their own oversized bows for the little bundle of joy. Give out Hello Kitty shaped soaps and vials of bubbles for prizes for the best bows, or use in a bedazzled party favor bag for everyone. Of course, you can’t forget the ultimate decorations—balloons! There are a ton of beautiful Hello Kitty themed balloons of all sizes to go crazy with spiffing up your baby shower party space!
The food table can be just as epic as your decorations, so opt for a multi-tiered cake or cupcake tower complete with hot pink frosting and Hello Kitty toppers. Set out Hello Kitty shaped gourmet cookies, cakepops, baby pink macaroons, and edible glitter treats. Fill glittery apothecary jars with pink candies, Hello Kitty chocolate pops, and miniature cotton candy puffs. You can mold a Hello Kitty Chocolate pops using hello kitty ice cube tray. And it doesn’t have to end with sweets! You can use Hello Kitty cookie cutters to make mini cucumber sandwiches, or a pink punch drink with candied Hello Kitty garnishes. Decorate mason jars with crystals and pink ribbon for guests to drink from and then to take home to remember the party. Or, as you did with the bow crafts, you can do the same with these mason jars and have a guest activity to create their own!
Besides the traditional baby shower games such as baby bingo, baby word scramble, you can play a Hello Kitty themed “Don’t say a word” Pacifier Necklaces would be a perfect game to play! You will hand out a pacifier necklace to your guests as you welcome them into the room. The rule of the game is not to say a word ‘Baby’ or any chosen word. If you catch someone say the word, you get their necklace! The person who has the most necklaces at the end of the shower wins a prize.
If you’re looking for an activity that would also become a gift for the mommy to be, you can put together a make-a-onesie station where the guests will design a onesie for the baby girl!