40 Beautiful DIY Baby Shower Centerpieces That Will Save Serious Money

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  • Baby Shoes Flower Holder


    The best part about these flower holders made out of baby shoes from Mommy Baby Buzz is that when the shower is over, the mom-to-be can take the shoes home with her as gifts. There is nothing cuter than tiny baby shoes!

  • Balloon BottleCenterpiece


    Think outside the balloon box with these balloon-covered bottles from BabyPrepping.com (a less messy way to decorate bottles than paint). You can fill the bottle with a single stem flower or use it to anchor a bunch of helium balloons. 

  • Woodland Animals Centerpiece


    Forest and nature-themed baby showers are all the rage these days, and this woodland animals centerpiece from The Rodimels is right in line with the trend. 

  • Little Peanut Centerpiece


    It's a good thing mason jars come in blue! Elephant optional, though the peanut connection is undeniable. These little elephants are the cutest thing since Dumbo (a movie we do NOT recommend letting a pregnant woman watch). 

  • Burlap Centerpiece


    In the world of Pinterest, burlap is almost as trendy as mason jars! For baby showers with a farm animal theme, this burlap covered centerpiece from The American Patriette turns a humble coffee can into a barnyard masterpiece.

  • One Color Candy Jar Centerpieces


    No need to break out the fine crystal for these candy-filled jars from Momtastic: The whole point is the color of the candy inside. We dig the monochromatic look pictured here, but multicolored can also be fun. You can find an assortment of glass jars at most craft and dollar stores so this option can be affordable. too!

  • Tea Light Mason Jar Centerpiece


    Yet another jar-related creation, these mason jar centerpieces are made with colored sand, tea lights, and ribbon. This would be especially cute for an evening shower. 

  • Winter Branch Centerpiece


    For a centerpiece that makes a statement, you want to go big or go home! Make use of all those branches in the backyard with these winter branch centerpieces from The Typical Mom (after spray-painting them white, that is).

  • Rose Gold & Glitter Wine Bottle Vase


    Rose gold is still having a major moment, so these rose gold and glitter wine bottles from My Crafts are extra social media friendly. The fact that this centerpiece requires multiple bottles gives you an excuse to pop open a bottle of rose or host a pre-shower mimosa brunch is just an extra bonus!

  • Winnie-the-Pooh 'Hunny' Pots


    It just doesn't get cuter than a Winnie-the-Pooh baby shower, and these "hunny" pots from Table Decorating Ideas are guaranteed crowd-pleasers. Even Eeyore would find something to smile about with these cute pots! 

  • Onesie Centerpiece


    Everyone knows that you can't have too many onesies, so help the mom-to-be out with this cute centerpiece! If the impending arrival's name hasn't been decided yet, these onesie centerpieces from Don't Sweat the Technique can be printed with "Baby" or some infant term of endearment instead. 

  • Baby Bottle Trophy Centerpiece


    For a mom who is a major sports fan or who just isn't in to an overly cutesy shower theme, try a totally different look! These metallic baby bottle trophies from Momtastic can serve as both centerpieces and prizes for baby shower games. 

  • Rainbow Flower Vases Centerpiece


    Don't let your fear of DIY keep you from trying this sweet idea. All you need for this is flowers, water, food coloring, and glass vases. No glue gun required! Whether they're placed one by one on tabletops or in a row by a sunny window, these rainbow flower vases are enchanting.

  • Diaper Bouquet Centerpiece


    Diapers aren't just indispensable, they're versatile, too. This diaper bouquet from Frugal Fanatic is a clever way to make sure the guest of honor is all stocked up when baby arrives. Practical and cute!

  • Sprinkles Centerpiece


    What pregnant lady doesn't love ice cream? Turn that love of frozen treats into a fun shower theme! This sprinkle centerpiece from Momtastic swaps out water for the colorful sugar specks everybody loves on ice cream. Any extras can be used for ice cream sundaes for the guests! Cute and delicious. 

  • Bottle Rocket Centerpiece


    When it is almost time to blast off to baby, consider a space themed baby shower! Baby bottles look an awful lot like rocket ships, which is what makes this centerpiece such a breeze to create. 3-2-1 adorable!

  • Minnie Mouse Centerpieces


    Any and every Disney-obsessed expecting mom will fall for these Minnie Mouse centerpieces from Simply Being Abby. The nice thing about this idea is that, unlike floral options, this can be made well in advance of the shower, so it is one last thing to stress about on the big day! 

  • Painted Pineapple Centerpiece


    Being pregnant is no vacation but maybe you can give the mom-to-be some aloha vibes with a Hawaiian-themed shower! These painted pineapples are sure to give a tropical-inspired baby shower major beach vibes. 

  • Car Ramp Cupcake Holder Centerpiece


    Vroom vroom! Raid the playroom and repurpose a car ramp like this one into a wonderfully whimsical cupcake platter. You'll be off to the races in no time, especially if you outsource the cupcake baking to someone else!

  • Mustache Man Centerpiece


    We mustache you to consider this off-beat centerpiece idea (see what we did there? Who doesn't love a facial hair themed pun?). Still more proof of the versatility of balloons, just a paper mustache and a top hat can turn a plain balloon into quite the character.

  • Little Mermaid Centerpiece


    Looking for some under-the-sea vibes? In keeping with another popular baby shower theme at the moment, these mermaid centerpieces from 189 Market might bump "Ariel" to the top of that baby names list. Just make sure you have some dinglehoppers for the cake!

  • Butterfly Jar Centerpieces


    Planning a spring shower? Go with something light and airy and put some "spring" in everybody's step with these butterfly jars from House by Hoff. Butterflies are a sweet idea and these are easy to assemble, which is always a bonus! 

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