#DisneySide Baby Shower Decorations

Welcome to the first stop aboard Magical Blogorail. Enjoy the ride as we throw a virtual baby shower for one of our members. I just love parties and party planning! And baby showers, well…that’s just such a special time to celebrate the mama-to-be.

Image from Lark & Lola

I’ve culled a sweet collection of Disney-inspired gender neutral baby decor decorations that will have everyone oohing and ahhing! Whether you choose a particular Land or a favorite character, there is so much creativity out there to make this a party everyone will remember.

Image from The Photographer’s Wife

I love Etsy for the adorable handcrafted and unique items. I also love to support small business! The Disney Store online has some wonderful baby items as well as decor that can be tweaked for use at a shower.

Image from the Hostesss with the Mostess

And of course, if you can’t buy it you can always get crafty and make it yourself! Pinterest has a wealth of party crafting ideas. Just have fun with the theme and let the ideas flow. Nobody will love it more than the new mother!

Image from Pinterest

I love the idea of decorating for a baby shower with Disney items you already have or using items that can be re purposed for the baby’s room later!

Set the theme at the front door with a gorgeous Disney themed wreath.

Image from Etsy.com, Sparkle for Your Castle

A Disney themed diaper cake is adorable and functional! (images from left to right, The Photographer’s Wife, Disney Baby, Princess and the P Baby


Set up a guest book for visitors to leave well wishes for the mama and new baby. Love this recycled Bambi Little Golden Book Guest Book.

Image from Etsy.com – ClassicBookJournals

The large lanterns hanging over the Mad Tea Party near Alice in Wonderland at Disneyland is one of my favorite areas of the Park. Buy lanterns or make your own with craft paper to string up overhead.

Image from Sweets Indeed.com. These could also

Baby’s first Mouse Ears make a sweet table decoration and could also double as a guestbook (have guests sign their name with a white Sharpie pen).

Image from DisneyStore.com

This precious Dumbo Thumbprint Guestbook is so sweet and makes the perfect nursery decor after the party! Leave a stamp pad for guests to mark their thumb and a Sharpie pen for them to write their name.

Image from Etsy.com – TreesofGrace

A Disney party should always include Mickey and Minnie and these retro-designed plush are precious! Set them up on the gift table and the mama-to-be can take them home with her for the new baby.


Find an old book (or print vintage looking paper found online) to create an easy bunting, like this sweet Peter Pan version.

Image from Pinterest – TheStoryofVintage

With a bit of foam core board, some paint, Exacto knife (and likely lots of time!), you could have this whimsical it’s a small world display!

Image from LansdownLife.com

String a mini clothesline over the food table and hang up tiny Disney themed clothes for the new baby (images from Newly Woodwards, DisneyStore.com)


Tabletop art work that can be used in the baby’s room after the party is a nice added touch (images from left to right: Lovely Little Fawn, Vivid Editions, Disney Store

Image from Hostess with the Mostess

Thank you for joining me today. Your next stop on the Magical Blogorail Loop is Heidi’s Head.

Here is the map of our Blogorail should you happen to have to make a stop along the way and want to reboard:

Julie ~ Saving Up for Disney – #DisneySide Baby Shower Decorations

Heidi ~ Heidi’s Head – Storybook Circus Games, Prizes & Favors

Lisa ~ Home is Where the Mouse Is – Magic Kingdom Baby Shower: A Taste of the Kingdom

Becca ~ Love Our Disney – Magic Kingdom Inspired Baby Shower Gifts

Ashley  ~ Ashley Aspires – You’re Invited


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  1. Heidi Strawser
    Heidi Strawser says:

    Wow! What a bunch of fabulous ideas! I think my favorite decoration is that great Disney character wreath! I wonder how hard something like that would be to make? Hmmm . . . My daughter Ashley bought an old Disney book that was converted into a journal (like the Bambi one you pictured) and used it as an autograph book a few years ago. The characters thought it was so cool (the Green Army Men especially!) I also love the little clothesline idea. Which is your favorite?

    • Julie Bigboy
      Julie Bigboy says:

      That wreath is pretty fabulous! I think I’ll have to buy one of the Little Golden Book autograph albums for my preschooler, he loves chatting with the characters. I think having the mouse ears to autograph is my favorite idea!

  2. Jerusha
    Jerusha says:

    I am totally obsessed with some of these ideas! I never thought I would go for such a thing, but the Dumbo/Fantasyland ideas at the top made my heart melt. And the Cheshire Cat is one of my favorites, so I think those ideas are just beyond awesome. Thanks for some great ideas!

  3. Rosanne Mottola
    Rosanne Mottola says:

    Oh my goodness! I love everything in this post. I think my favorite idea is signing the Mickey hat. Also, we had diaper cakes as centerpieces at my real baby shower and I literally just ran out a month after Ryan’s birthday. It was VERY functional and adorable!

    THANK YOU so much for participating in my virtual baby shower. Ryan and I send our thanks and pixie dust!

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