Starting from top left to right (click on photo board to enlarge):
Top Row: Pumpkins give you so many versatile ways to decorate. Here is an example of letting people know if it’s a boy or a girl. Photo source here.
To give your décor a more rustic look (which I love for Fall) use mason jars as part of your decoration—either for lighting—or as vases for your centerpieces. Photos source here.
Orange paper lanterns in different shades give a more subtle decor indicative of pumpkins—please don’t turn them into jack-o-lanterns!
And what about this cute idea?! Show everyone the new pumpkin that’s on his way by displaying a sonogram photo! This is from a great pumpkin shower found here.
2nd Row: If you don’t want to do the usual orange, yellow, red harvest color theme, this pop of purple/crimson is really nice. Photo from an inspiration board on katehart.net
I always like the idea of “pre-packing utensils” in a nice presentation for buffets like this one. Photo source here.
Give drinks their own place. This cider station idea is from brides.com
Using different level heights always enhance a table presentation—makes it look more formal, especially if you’re having the shower in someone’s house. Also liked the next idea of using actual vegetables as part of the “signage.” Photo from an inspiration board on katehart.net
Next Row: How cute are these baby pumpkins?! Photo source here.
If you’re on a tight budget and you want to try to make your own decorations, this is a cute paper pumpkin you can make. Tutorial and photo here.
Pumpkin knit hat as a cute gift. Try knitting one on your own, or find one on etsy.com. Photo source here.
Pumpkin brownie pops would make a cute addition to a dessert table. Source here.
Next Row: This is an adorable idea to incorporate the pumpkin patch theme into your décor/display. Just paint a bunch of small little pumpkins and display on a small bale of hay you can get at Michaels or Hobby Lobby. Photo source here.
Trick Or Treat Bar: If you want to tie into Halloween, this is an easy idea that also works as a favor. Let guests pick their own candy from a candy buffet, put in orange cello bags with nice ribbon as their take-away.
A pumpkin onesie is another cute gift idea for the mommy-to-be. This one found here. Depending on the time you have, you can have each guest design a pumpkin with fabric paint on blank onesies, then attach them on a clothesline and package in a gift basket.
A pumpkin diaper cake can be a sweet spotlight on the gift table. Find out how this one was made here.
Little Pumpkin favor tags are a nice embellishment. Found here.
"Little Pumpkin in the Oven!" A pumpkin cake mix in a bag is another useful favor option. Found here.
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