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Extravagant Baby Shower Ideas From Your Favorite Celebrities

Extravagant Baby Shower Ideas From Your Favorite Celebrities

Beyonce, Mariah Carey, Jessica Simpson — see how they celebrated the arrival of their babies

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When singer Mariah Carey was pregnant with twins back in 2011 she had a pretty over-the-top party to celebrate. According to the DailyMail, Carey and her husband Nick Cannon hosted the shower, which was decorated entirely in pink and blue. The registry included $2,000 custom bedding for the cribs and a $350 car seat cover, but the best part were the gifts given. Someone shelled out $1,200 on a life-size giraffe toy (she was apparently was gifted two of them) so you may want to get that on your registry too. Worth a shot.

Mariah Carey

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When singer Mariah Carey was pregnant with twins back in 2011 she had a pretty over-the-top party to celebrate. Worth a shot.

Kim Kardashian

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Granted Kim Kardashian's baby shower hasn't actually happened yet, but her invitations were definitely unique. According to the Daily Mail, the invitation came in the form of a white music box with a ballerina twirling to a lullaby version of Kanye West's song "Hey Mama." You may choose not to duplicate the idea completely, but it should definitely give you some ideas to stray from the average paper invite. Details regarding the shower are pretty sparse but if the invite and her sister's shower is any indication — Kourtney's party included a four-tier chocolate chip cake from Hansen Cake and a cotton candy stand — Kim's will be quite the event.

Jessica Simpson

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At Jessica Simpson's Tom Sawyer-themed baby shower (which was held in the gardens at the Hotel Bel-Air in Beverly Hills) guests ate comfort food and drank from vintage baby bottles (weird) while sitting on retro furniture. According to Yahoo, the guests were also given party favors in a pretty cool way. On the way out of the party, Simpson had a fishing booth set up where her guests could reel out their gifts — which included nail polish, lip-gloss, and contraceptives (since Simpson's pregnancy was a surprise).

Giuliana Rancic

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If you want to keep the gender of your baby a secret until the shower, you may want to follow in the footsteps of Giuliana Rancic. According to E! Online, guests got a choice between pink or blue goodies to show off their gender predictions. Rancic and her husband then revealed the gender by opening a giant gift box, unleashing dozens of blue balloons into the air.

Beyoncé

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Beyonce was given a pretty crazy gift from friend and former Destiny's Child star Kelly Rowland. According to ABC News, Kelly gave a $5,200 baby bathtub studded with pink Swarovski-crystals that was crafted by California-based designer Lori Gardner. The tub apparently features 44,928 crystals that took over two months to apply by hand.


A baby shower is something any mother-to-be will appreciate, and that's true no matter what the event looks like. In the time of COVID-19, you'll likely be planning a virtual baby shower or even a socially distanced drive-by gathering, as these are smart, safe ways to celebrate in light of the pandemic. However, if you're keeping celebrations amongst your household or quarantine pod, you can enjoy many of the traditions expected of a baby shower. One of them? A set table with centerpieces.

Centerpieces should speak to your baby shower's theme and overall décor. Does the mother-to-be enjoy literature? Host a shower based on her childhood favorites and celebrate works like Peter Rabbit, Beauty and the Beast, and anything written by Dr. Seuss. If she's a Francophile, whisk her away to the French countryside with flowers and towers of macarons. In a fantasy, craft a wooded wonderland featuring small miniature animals in cloches atop faux-bois pedestals. Balloons elevate the scene, adding height and dimension to your decorations plus, there are a number of eco-friendly options these days. Considering color palette is always a good idea: sweet pastels, bright candy-colored hues, and muted colors found in nature. Flowers are always welcomed, too: Opt for symbolic varieties such as baby's breath (also known as Gypsophila), a simple delicate flower that evokes innocence and purity. Others include acacia, buttercups, white camellia, and daisies. These can be displayed in cloches, goblets, tiered stands, or the traditional vase. A simple addition of the centerpiece elevates the table settings and sets the tone for the celebration.

Here, choose your centerpiece and set the table for gathering in celebration of the expecting parents and their little arrival.


A baby shower is something any mother-to-be will appreciate, and that's true no matter what the event looks like. In the time of COVID-19, you'll likely be planning a virtual baby shower or even a socially distanced drive-by gathering, as these are smart, safe ways to celebrate in light of the pandemic. However, if you're keeping celebrations amongst your household or quarantine pod, you can enjoy many of the traditions expected of a baby shower. One of them? A set table with centerpieces.

Centerpieces should speak to your baby shower's theme and overall décor. Does the mother-to-be enjoy literature? Host a shower based on her childhood favorites and celebrate works like Peter Rabbit, Beauty and the Beast, and anything written by Dr. Seuss. If she's a Francophile, whisk her away to the French countryside with flowers and towers of macarons. In a fantasy, craft a wooded wonderland featuring small miniature animals in cloches atop faux-bois pedestals. Balloons elevate the scene, adding height and dimension to your decorations plus, there are a number of eco-friendly options these days. Considering color palette is always a good idea: sweet pastels, bright candy-colored hues, and muted colors found in nature. Flowers are always welcomed, too: Opt for symbolic varieties such as baby's breath (also known as Gypsophila), a simple delicate flower that evokes innocence and purity. Others include acacia, buttercups, white camellia, and daisies. These can be displayed in cloches, goblets, tiered stands, or the traditional vase. A simple addition of the centerpiece elevates the table settings and sets the tone for the celebration.

Here, choose your centerpiece and set the table for gathering in celebration of the expecting parents and their little arrival.


A baby shower is something any mother-to-be will appreciate, and that's true no matter what the event looks like. In the time of COVID-19, you'll likely be planning a virtual baby shower or even a socially distanced drive-by gathering, as these are smart, safe ways to celebrate in light of the pandemic. However, if you're keeping celebrations amongst your household or quarantine pod, you can enjoy many of the traditions expected of a baby shower. One of them? A set table with centerpieces.

Centerpieces should speak to your baby shower's theme and overall décor. Does the mother-to-be enjoy literature? Host a shower based on her childhood favorites and celebrate works like Peter Rabbit, Beauty and the Beast, and anything written by Dr. Seuss. If she's a Francophile, whisk her away to the French countryside with flowers and towers of macarons. In a fantasy, craft a wooded wonderland featuring small miniature animals in cloches atop faux-bois pedestals. Balloons elevate the scene, adding height and dimension to your decorations plus, there are a number of eco-friendly options these days. Considering color palette is always a good idea: sweet pastels, bright candy-colored hues, and muted colors found in nature. Flowers are always welcomed, too: Opt for symbolic varieties such as baby's breath (also known as Gypsophila), a simple delicate flower that evokes innocence and purity. Others include acacia, buttercups, white camellia, and daisies. These can be displayed in cloches, goblets, tiered stands, or the traditional vase. A simple addition of the centerpiece elevates the table settings and sets the tone for the celebration.

Here, choose your centerpiece and set the table for gathering in celebration of the expecting parents and their little arrival.


A baby shower is something any mother-to-be will appreciate, and that's true no matter what the event looks like. In the time of COVID-19, you'll likely be planning a virtual baby shower or even a socially distanced drive-by gathering, as these are smart, safe ways to celebrate in light of the pandemic. However, if you're keeping celebrations amongst your household or quarantine pod, you can enjoy many of the traditions expected of a baby shower. One of them? A set table with centerpieces.

Centerpieces should speak to your baby shower's theme and overall décor. Does the mother-to-be enjoy literature? Host a shower based on her childhood favorites and celebrate works like Peter Rabbit, Beauty and the Beast, and anything written by Dr. Seuss. If she's a Francophile, whisk her away to the French countryside with flowers and towers of macarons. In a fantasy, craft a wooded wonderland featuring small miniature animals in cloches atop faux-bois pedestals. Balloons elevate the scene, adding height and dimension to your decorations plus, there are a number of eco-friendly options these days. Considering color palette is always a good idea: sweet pastels, bright candy-colored hues, and muted colors found in nature. Flowers are always welcomed, too: Opt for symbolic varieties such as baby's breath (also known as Gypsophila), a simple delicate flower that evokes innocence and purity. Others include acacia, buttercups, white camellia, and daisies. These can be displayed in cloches, goblets, tiered stands, or the traditional vase. A simple addition of the centerpiece elevates the table settings and sets the tone for the celebration.

Here, choose your centerpiece and set the table for gathering in celebration of the expecting parents and their little arrival.


A baby shower is something any mother-to-be will appreciate, and that's true no matter what the event looks like. In the time of COVID-19, you'll likely be planning a virtual baby shower or even a socially distanced drive-by gathering, as these are smart, safe ways to celebrate in light of the pandemic. However, if you're keeping celebrations amongst your household or quarantine pod, you can enjoy many of the traditions expected of a baby shower. One of them? A set table with centerpieces.

Centerpieces should speak to your baby shower's theme and overall décor. Does the mother-to-be enjoy literature? Host a shower based on her childhood favorites and celebrate works like Peter Rabbit, Beauty and the Beast, and anything written by Dr. Seuss. If she's a Francophile, whisk her away to the French countryside with flowers and towers of macarons. In a fantasy, craft a wooded wonderland featuring small miniature animals in cloches atop faux-bois pedestals. Balloons elevate the scene, adding height and dimension to your decorations plus, there are a number of eco-friendly options these days. Considering color palette is always a good idea: sweet pastels, bright candy-colored hues, and muted colors found in nature. Flowers are always welcomed, too: Opt for symbolic varieties such as baby's breath (also known as Gypsophila), a simple delicate flower that evokes innocence and purity. Others include acacia, buttercups, white camellia, and daisies. These can be displayed in cloches, goblets, tiered stands, or the traditional vase. A simple addition of the centerpiece elevates the table settings and sets the tone for the celebration.

Here, choose your centerpiece and set the table for gathering in celebration of the expecting parents and their little arrival.


A baby shower is something any mother-to-be will appreciate, and that's true no matter what the event looks like. In the time of COVID-19, you'll likely be planning a virtual baby shower or even a socially distanced drive-by gathering, as these are smart, safe ways to celebrate in light of the pandemic. However, if you're keeping celebrations amongst your household or quarantine pod, you can enjoy many of the traditions expected of a baby shower. One of them? A set table with centerpieces.

Centerpieces should speak to your baby shower's theme and overall décor. Does the mother-to-be enjoy literature? Host a shower based on her childhood favorites and celebrate works like Peter Rabbit, Beauty and the Beast, and anything written by Dr. Seuss. If she's a Francophile, whisk her away to the French countryside with flowers and towers of macarons. In a fantasy, craft a wooded wonderland featuring small miniature animals in cloches atop faux-bois pedestals. Balloons elevate the scene, adding height and dimension to your decorations plus, there are a number of eco-friendly options these days. Considering color palette is always a good idea: sweet pastels, bright candy-colored hues, and muted colors found in nature. Flowers are always welcomed, too: Opt for symbolic varieties such as baby's breath (also known as Gypsophila), a simple delicate flower that evokes innocence and purity. Others include acacia, buttercups, white camellia, and daisies. These can be displayed in cloches, goblets, tiered stands, or the traditional vase. A simple addition of the centerpiece elevates the table settings and sets the tone for the celebration.

Here, choose your centerpiece and set the table for gathering in celebration of the expecting parents and their little arrival.


A baby shower is something any mother-to-be will appreciate, and that's true no matter what the event looks like. In the time of COVID-19, you'll likely be planning a virtual baby shower or even a socially distanced drive-by gathering, as these are smart, safe ways to celebrate in light of the pandemic. However, if you're keeping celebrations amongst your household or quarantine pod, you can enjoy many of the traditions expected of a baby shower. One of them? A set table with centerpieces.

Centerpieces should speak to your baby shower's theme and overall décor. Does the mother-to-be enjoy literature? Host a shower based on her childhood favorites and celebrate works like Peter Rabbit, Beauty and the Beast, and anything written by Dr. Seuss. If she's a Francophile, whisk her away to the French countryside with flowers and towers of macarons. In a fantasy, craft a wooded wonderland featuring small miniature animals in cloches atop faux-bois pedestals. Balloons elevate the scene, adding height and dimension to your decorations plus, there are a number of eco-friendly options these days. Considering color palette is always a good idea: sweet pastels, bright candy-colored hues, and muted colors found in nature. Flowers are always welcomed, too: Opt for symbolic varieties such as baby's breath (also known as Gypsophila), a simple delicate flower that evokes innocence and purity. Others include acacia, buttercups, white camellia, and daisies. These can be displayed in cloches, goblets, tiered stands, or the traditional vase. A simple addition of the centerpiece elevates the table settings and sets the tone for the celebration.

Here, choose your centerpiece and set the table for gathering in celebration of the expecting parents and their little arrival.


A baby shower is something any mother-to-be will appreciate, and that's true no matter what the event looks like. In the time of COVID-19, you'll likely be planning a virtual baby shower or even a socially distanced drive-by gathering, as these are smart, safe ways to celebrate in light of the pandemic. However, if you're keeping celebrations amongst your household or quarantine pod, you can enjoy many of the traditions expected of a baby shower. One of them? A set table with centerpieces.

Centerpieces should speak to your baby shower's theme and overall décor. Does the mother-to-be enjoy literature? Host a shower based on her childhood favorites and celebrate works like Peter Rabbit, Beauty and the Beast, and anything written by Dr. Seuss. If she's a Francophile, whisk her away to the French countryside with flowers and towers of macarons. In a fantasy, craft a wooded wonderland featuring small miniature animals in cloches atop faux-bois pedestals. Balloons elevate the scene, adding height and dimension to your decorations plus, there are a number of eco-friendly options these days. Considering color palette is always a good idea: sweet pastels, bright candy-colored hues, and muted colors found in nature. Flowers are always welcomed, too: Opt for symbolic varieties such as baby's breath (also known as Gypsophila), a simple delicate flower that evokes innocence and purity. Others include acacia, buttercups, white camellia, and daisies. These can be displayed in cloches, goblets, tiered stands, or the traditional vase. A simple addition of the centerpiece elevates the table settings and sets the tone for the celebration.

Here, choose your centerpiece and set the table for gathering in celebration of the expecting parents and their little arrival.


A baby shower is something any mother-to-be will appreciate, and that's true no matter what the event looks like. In the time of COVID-19, you'll likely be planning a virtual baby shower or even a socially distanced drive-by gathering, as these are smart, safe ways to celebrate in light of the pandemic. However, if you're keeping celebrations amongst your household or quarantine pod, you can enjoy many of the traditions expected of a baby shower. One of them? A set table with centerpieces.

Centerpieces should speak to your baby shower's theme and overall décor. Does the mother-to-be enjoy literature? Host a shower based on her childhood favorites and celebrate works like Peter Rabbit, Beauty and the Beast, and anything written by Dr. Seuss. If she's a Francophile, whisk her away to the French countryside with flowers and towers of macarons. In a fantasy, craft a wooded wonderland featuring small miniature animals in cloches atop faux-bois pedestals. Balloons elevate the scene, adding height and dimension to your decorations plus, there are a number of eco-friendly options these days. Considering color palette is always a good idea: sweet pastels, bright candy-colored hues, and muted colors found in nature. Flowers are always welcomed, too: Opt for symbolic varieties such as baby's breath (also known as Gypsophila), a simple delicate flower that evokes innocence and purity. Others include acacia, buttercups, white camellia, and daisies. These can be displayed in cloches, goblets, tiered stands, or the traditional vase. A simple addition of the centerpiece elevates the table settings and sets the tone for the celebration.

Here, choose your centerpiece and set the table for gathering in celebration of the expecting parents and their little arrival.


A baby shower is something any mother-to-be will appreciate, and that's true no matter what the event looks like. In the time of COVID-19, you'll likely be planning a virtual baby shower or even a socially distanced drive-by gathering, as these are smart, safe ways to celebrate in light of the pandemic. However, if you're keeping celebrations amongst your household or quarantine pod, you can enjoy many of the traditions expected of a baby shower. One of them? A set table with centerpieces.

Centerpieces should speak to your baby shower's theme and overall décor. Does the mother-to-be enjoy literature? Host a shower based on her childhood favorites and celebrate works like Peter Rabbit, Beauty and the Beast, and anything written by Dr. Seuss. If she's a Francophile, whisk her away to the French countryside with flowers and towers of macarons. In a fantasy, craft a wooded wonderland featuring small miniature animals in cloches atop faux-bois pedestals. Balloons elevate the scene, adding height and dimension to your decorations plus, there are a number of eco-friendly options these days. Considering color palette is always a good idea: sweet pastels, bright candy-colored hues, and muted colors found in nature. Flowers are always welcomed, too: Opt for symbolic varieties such as baby's breath (also known as Gypsophila), a simple delicate flower that evokes innocence and purity. Others include acacia, buttercups, white camellia, and daisies. These can be displayed in cloches, goblets, tiered stands, or the traditional vase. A simple addition of the centerpiece elevates the table settings and sets the tone for the celebration.

Here, choose your centerpiece and set the table for gathering in celebration of the expecting parents and their little arrival.


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