Owl Baby Shower Ideas “Owl” bet you’ll just love these Owl baby shower ideas! What an adorable baby shower theme idea that is perfect for a boy or a girl. You’ll find ideas for Owl shower invitations, decorations, centerpieces, favors, cakes, and more. Owls are so cute with their big eyes and wise ways that they are the perfect baby shower theme idea.

Owl Baby Shower Invitations

You can make homemade owl shower invitations, find free printable owl baby shower invitations, purchase from a local store, or order your owl invitations online. If you are making your own, there are several ways you can achieve this. It can be as simple as folding card stock in half and adding an owl sticker on the front. Add your information in your own handwriting. If you know your way around a computer, you can use a graphic program and create your own. There are plenty of free owl graphics that you can find. Add your info and print off. You can embellish with ribbon, buttons, ect. Ordering owl invitations online is simple and easy as well. Everyone is different, so pick the solution that is easiest for you and your schedule. Owl Girl – Look Whooo’s Having A Baby – Personalized Vellum Overlay Baby Shower Invitations With Squiggle Shape$2.19Your guests will love our Owl Girl – Look Whooo’s Having A Baby – Personalized Vellum Overlay Baby Shower Invitations With Squiggle Shape and it will be the hit of the party! Also available in Owl Boy.Owl – Look Whooo’s Having A Baby – Personalized Baby Shower Invitations With Squiggle Shape$1.99Available in Owl Girl as well.Owl Girl – Look Whooo’s Having A Baby – Set of 8 Fill In Baby Shower Invitations$4.99Your guests will love our Owl Girl (comes in Owl boy as well)- Look Whooo’s Having A Baby – Set of 8 Fill In Baby Shower Invitations.Baby shower invitation, Night Owl: Chocolate$2.24A darling little owl sits atop a smiling moon, waiting for the chance to charm all of your friends and family members on these adorable baby shower invitations designed by Tallu-lah. This Night Owl: Chocolate design from our baby shower invitation category is backed by our 100% satisfaction guarantee, just like all of our Christmas cards, greeting cards, business cards, invitations and personal stationery.Baby shower invitation, Make Way: Mustard$2.24Neither rain nor sweetness will keep your guests from making their appointed rounds to your party when you choose this Night Owl Paper Goods baby shower invitation! A matriarchal mama leads her duckling under the protection of a blossom-covered umbrella with winsome style. This Make Way: Mustard design from our baby shower invitation category is backed by our 100% satisfaction guarantee, just like all of our Christmas cards, greeting cards, business cards, invitations and personal stationery.

Owl Baby Shower Decorations and Centerpieces

For your Owl baby shower you want to create a woodsy feeling. Bring the outdoors in. Think about what it feels like in the forest and then recreate that same feeling in the venue of the baby shower. Fake trees and plants are a great way to do this. You can also purchase fake moss (real moss is sooooo messy) and lay it on your table and around the house. Nests are a great decorating accent for this theme too. You can make them yourself or purchase them. If you don’t have access to fake trees, you can do a one-dimensional tree on the wall with brown paper. Make owls with scrapbook paper and stick on the branches. You could do this behind the party table. Then purchase (or go in the woods and gather them yourself) tree branches. Place them in containers of your choice and place on the table. It will give your tree on the wall a two-dimensional look. Punch a hole in the owls that you have made and string wire or ribbon through the hole. Hang them on the tree branches. If you’re not very crafty or you don’t have time to create your own cute little owls, then purchase owl scrapbook paper and cut the owls out of that. So simple and easy! Owl figurines and garden statues are a great way to bring in your theme. You can give the owls away at the end of the shower as gifts. An owl bunting is a cute idea and can be made with scrapbook paper or fabric. Tissue pom-pom balls are all the rage right now in the party world. You can make your own or purchase a kit. Hang these all around the party area or just above the table. You can also hang a grapevine wreath around the chandelier over the party table and add little nests and owls to it. Your colors for this shower can vary. It all depends on the owls that you choose to go with. Pick your owl baby shower supplies and then choose two or three colors from your supplies. Keep with that color scheme through out the shower decor. If you use the owl graphics that I have provided, the color schemes would be…

Owl Baby Shower Games

Mommy the Multi-Tasker You’ll need clothes line, laundry basket with owl themed baby clothes, phone, baby doll, and clothes pins. Hang the clothes line up in the party area. You can hang baby clothes from it for your decorations and then it will be ready for the game. The player has 1 minute. She has to talk on the phone and hang up clothes while holding a baby on her hip. This is a great game. The single girls don’t have a clue. See who can hang up the most clothes in the time limit. Place the Pacifier in the Baby Owl’s Mouth For this baby shower game you’ll need a poster size baby owl’s face, blind folds, and pacifier stickers. Find a picture of a cute cartoon baby owl and draw it on a large poster board. You can use an overhead projector if you are not great at free hand drawing. Or ask a friend to do the drawing for you. Blind fold the player and twirl her around. Give her the pacifier sticker and see how close she can get to the baby owl’s mouth. The closest pacifier to the baby owl’s mouth wins the prize! Don’t Say “Owl” String plastic pacifiers (can be found at a craft or hobby store) on a long piece of matching ribbon. As each guest arrives, hang a pacifier around her neck and instruct her that she can’t say the word “owl.” This will be difficult since there will be owls everywhere in the shower area! If she does, someone can “steal” her pacifier. Keep this game going the whole shower. The player with the most pacifiers at the end of the shower, wins. Printable Baby Shower Games Printable games make the shower planning a breeze. You can get games like Baby Shower Bingo, Mad Libs, Word Scramble, Name That Baby, and many more. Makes life just a little bit easier! Print instantly.

Owl Baby Shower Cupcakes or Cakes

If you decide on cupcakes, here is a really easy and cute idea… Purchase or bake cupcakes and frost them with chocolate frosting. Pull Oreos apart and place one on each side of the cupcake with the white cream pointing up. Add brown M&M;’s or Reese’s Pieces for the eye pupils. For the beak you simply use a candy corn. I told you this was super simple! Of course you can always keep going with it and make it as detailed as you like. Fondant is a great way to cover cupcakes as well and can be used to make owl cupcakes. Cupcake picks are a great way to bring in the owl theme as well. Cut out circles and add an owl sticker. Glue two circles back to back onto a toothpick. Place one pick in each cupcake. Display your cupcakes in a cupcake stand or stacked cake plates. If you are wanting a cake, there are several things you can do… 1. You can purchase the cake from your favorite bakery. 2. Bake a cake and decorate it yourself. For a very simple owl cake, bake a round cake and frost it either blue or pink. Add two rice cakes for the eyes. Add Reese’s Pieces for the pupils (or black fondant). Then use orange fondant (or orange candy) for the beak. This is very simple but actually looks enough like an owl.

Owl Baby Shower Food and Drink Ideas

Decorate the food table with moss, greenery, nests, and owls. Here are a few ideas for food…
  • Salads are green and would tie into this theme nicely
  • Any foods that match your color scheme
  • Veggie trays are always a hit
  • Owl shaped cookies
  • Chocolate nests
  • Candies that match your color scheme (place in pretty clear jars)
  • Owl shaped sandwiches
  • Blue owl punch for a boy (see below for recipe)
  • Pink owl soda for a girl (any strawberry soda ~ add a personalized owl label)
Blue Owl Punch Recipe 1 (0.13 ounce) package blue, berry flavored unsweetened drink mix 1 (2 liter) bottle Sprite or 7-up 1 (64 fluid ounce) bottle white cranberry juice 8 scoops vanilla ice cream 1 cup white sugar, or to taste (you can also use stevia which is a natural sweetner) In a large punch bowl, stir together the drink mix, soda, and white cranberry juice. Taste, and stir in sugar to your liking. Float scoops of ice cream on the top if you want.

Owl Baby Shower Favors

For your owl favors you can purchase the favors or make your own. If you decide on doing homemade favors, here is a great way to package them. Purchase little brown gift bags and then decorate with scrapbook paper and supplies. Fill with your homemade favor and then put white tissue paper in the top. Add a sweet bow to match your color scheme and you’re good to go. Some great ideas for homemade favors are…
  • Homemade owl shaped soaps
  • Homemade candles in owl shapes
  • Homemade owl shaped cookies wrapped in pretty bag with ribbon
  • Homemade owl cupcakes wrapped up in cellophane and ribbon
  • Small bags made out of owl material (fill with candy or potpourri)
  • Pin cushions out of owl material and batting
  • Sachets out of lace, material, or doilies with owl buttons
  • Small loaves of homemade bread wrapped in brown paper and sealed with an owl sticker
  • Homemade owl shaped candy in cellophane bags
  • Fudge wrapped in brown paper with an owl sticker
  • Homemade owl bracelets or necklaces
  • Homemade birds nests with wrapped candies in them
  • Crochet owl scarfs and mittens for a Winter owl shower theme