Baby Showers Decoration Ideas for Boys

If you’re read­ing this you either have already dis­cov­ered or are about to dis­cov­er that plan­ning a baby show­er is a lot of work. The good news is that it is fun work. One of the many details you’ll need to con­sid­er for the show­er is the décor. Some think it’s eas­i­er to dec­o­rate for a girl, but there are plen­ty of fun and fab­u­lous ideas for boy baby show­er décor as well.

Boy Baby Shower Decoration Color Schemes

Blue. That is what will first come to mind for most when think­ing about a col­or scheme for a boy’s baby show­er. Yes, blue is always a fine choice, but don’t feel locked in to the tra­di­tion­al robin’s egg blue. If you do opt for blue, con­sid­er the col­or in all of its many shades. With a bit of cre­ativ­i­ty, you can choose a palette of blue that is a bit unique while still being boy-appro­pri­ate.

Here are a few more ideas if you’d like some­thing oth­er than blue.

Black and White

Black and white can pro­vide a won­der­ful foun­da­tion for baby show­ers for both boys and girls. You can choose most of the décor in black and white and then add splash­es of col­or around the room. Any col­or works well with black and white so you’ll be free to choose just about any col­or to pro­vide that extra kick.

Yel­low and Green

Yel­low and green have tra­di­tion­al­ly been the col­or one would use if the gen­der of the baby was not known.  These col­ors can still be used in that way, but cer­tain shades are a per­fect choice for boy’s baby show­er décor.

Pri­ma­ry Col­ors

Anoth­er way to achieve a fun and fes­tive look is by dec­o­rat­ing with all of the pri­ma­ry col­ors. This look tends to be bet­ter for a boy’s show­er than for a girl’s show­er. You can choose a main col­or and then use the oth­er pri­ma­ry col­ors as accents or use all of the pri­ma­ry col­ors spread even­ly through­out the baby show­er dec­o­ra­tions.

Boy Baby Shower Decoration Theme Ideas

A baby show­er doesn’t have to have a theme, but there are some advan­tages to hav­ing one. For instance, it makes it eas­i­er to stay on track when choos­ing baby show­er décor. If it’s your first time host­ing a baby show­er, or if you don’t feel that dec­o­rat­ing is your strong suit, then you might want to con­sid­er a theme. A theme also makes it easy to choose oth­er baby show­er details such as cake design, favors and more.

Here are a few fun themes you can use when dec­o­rat­ing for a boy’s baby show­er.

Nau­ti­cal

Ani­mals

Sports

Rub­ber Ducks

Nurs­ery Rhymes

All of these themes can be eas­i­ly incor­po­rat­ed into oth­er aspects of the baby show­er plan­ning. While the gen­er­al themes seem sim­ple, each can be cus­tomized to make the show­er décor unique and spe­cial.

Boy Baby Shower Decoration — General Tips

Don’t Go Over­board

This is espe­cial­ly impor­tant if you choose a theme. Don’t cov­er every inch of the room with the theme. Instead, choose one or two focal points with some added touch­es through­out.

Ask for Help

Choos­ing and imple­ment­ing dec­o­ra­tions for a baby boy’s show­er can be a lot of work. Don’t try to do it all your­self. Instead, ask some oth­er friends and fam­i­ly mem­ber of the mom-to-be for help.

Don’t Rein­vent the Wheel

It’s great to want to choose unique dec­o­ra­tions for a baby boy show­er, but don’t feel like you need to start from scratch. There are thou­sands of great ideas in books and on the inter­net. Use them for inspi­ra­tion and then add your own spe­cial touch­es to make the show­er décor spe­cial.

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