Well, I’ve avoided it for years, but I’ve officially attended and hosted my first baby shower. Five friends recently hosted a baby shower for our mama-to-be, Maggie. We split up the decorations and food, and I volunteered to take on a onesie garland to decorate the fireplace.
What you’ll need:
- 3 plain white onesies
- Heat transfer vinyl (HTV)
The whole gist of a onesie garland is to make a few onesies hanging from twine as baby decor, so you can go 1,000 directions with this. The shower invitations included giraffes, so I decided to include a giraffe on one in the middle, and R’s on the others for the baby’s name, Riggs. I used my ole Cricut to cut these out of my HTV and ironed them onto the onesies.
The day of the party, I setup the garland using twine, tape & clothespins to attach the onesies.
Like I said, you could easily do this a lot of different ways and even paint the onesies to make it personalized to the shower theme you have. At the end of the day, these can also be used by the mama to-be as onesies for the new born! Now I have great baby shower decor up my sleeve for the next one 😉