Have Some Fun With Monkey Boy Baby Shower Ideas
Posted on December 29, 2011 by Lindsey Mattson
Perfect for boy baby showers, Hostess Heroes have captured their guests’ attention with our Monkey Boy baby shower theme. From creative do-it-yourself ideas to buffets that simply can’t be beat, the Monkey Boy theme has been the inspiration for numerous events.
Focused around a coordinating cake or delicious cupcakes adorned with Monkey Boy cupcake wrappers, easily create an impressive buffet with Monkey Boy tableware at the start. A personalized banner and a matching balloon bouquet finish off the area while personalized treats and baby shower favors pull the theme throughout the room.
Personalized candy bar wrappers make delicious baby shower favors and are always a hit, whether they are the standard size or the minis. Hostess Heroes place dishes full of Hershey's® miniature candy bars wrapped in personalized mini candy bar sticker labels at the sweets table for an extra treat with the cake. A basket of Hershey’s® candy bars wrapped in Monkey Boy candy bar wrappers at the exit lets guests grab their sweet party favor as they leave – the perfect way to end an event.
Personalized circle sticker labels and die-cut tags help create other original baby shower favors. Hostess Heroes add one to each store-bought party favor and quickly turn them into personalized baby shower favors. Or they craft complete do-it-yourself favors such as organza bags filled with Hershey's® miniature candy bars wrapped in personalized Monkey Boy mini candy bar wrapper sticker labels and topped off with a die-cut tag. Empty baby bottles are also amazing baby shower favors when filled with coordinating candy, tied with a pretty ribbon at the neck and finished off with a personalized circle label.
From Monkey Boy shaped soaps ready to greet each guest to a wide selection of Monkey Boy do-it-yourself items that make your baby shower unique, the Monkey Boy baby shower theme will make your guests go bananas!
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Posted by Lindsey, a Dot-arilla blogger