Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star Baby Shower

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The mama-to-be will have a heavenly time at this star-themed baby shower.

Starry-Eyed Surprise

Help Mom prepare for the arrival of her little star by hosting a celebration filled with celestial decor and sparkling drinks. Creative touches like edible star fruit garnishes, shimmery papers, and stained-glass star cookies make this party extra heavenly.

Sophie Askew
Sophie Askew


Personalize this custom invitation by clicking on the text to edit the name of the mom-to-be and party details. Then print on a color printer using 5x7 photo paper and mail in A7 size envelopes.

Your guests will love decorating one-piece baby outfit for Mom-to-be's little star with this craft. It's a baby shower activity and present that Baby will enjoy.

This star and moon cake uses cookie dough to give it an added flavor boost.

Courtesy of Etsy
Courtesy of Etsy


Create a beautiful starry sky -- indoors. Cut star and moon shapes from shimmery blue and silver card stock and use fishing wire or clear twine to hang them at every possible overhang throughout the party -- chandeliers, ceiling fans, overhead beams -- the, um, sky's the limit!
You can also hang one or two modern, star-themed baby mobiles in a focal area of the party such as above the gift or beverage table. After the shower, the mobile can double as a gift for the mama-to-be.

Make a constellation of paper stars with which to decorate your house, as featured in the June/July 2012 issue of FamilyFun magazine.

Extra Touches

Chipboard moon and star shapes like the ones in this set are the perfect size for dressing up napkins and cocktail glasses. Create festive napkin rings by gluing a star or a moon to 1-1/2-inch-wide strips of card stock and wrapping the strips around rolled napkins, securing the ends with double-stick tape. To give cocktail glasses extra charm, thread hole-punched star pieces onto silver elastic ribbon and tie them to the base of the stemware.

Rick Lew
Rick Lew


Here's an easy way to bring a twinkle to your menu. Create tea sandwiches -- fill them with watercress and goat cheese, curried chicken salad, or whatever you like -- then shape them using star- and moon-shape cookie cutters. Arrange them on a tiered tray to give them a high-tea feel.
For dessert, try these roll-out star cookies. Melted butterscotch candies create the sunny yellow center.Stained-Glass Star Cookies
Makes: About 48 cookies
Prep: 15 minutes
Chill: 2 hours
Bake: at 375 degrees F. for 8 minutes

Bake sweet nursery rhyme cookies for your next baby shower. Watch as Erica Clark shows how to decorate Twinkle Twinkle Little Star cookies.



Whip up a tropical, creamy mocktail, then pour into a chilled glass garnished with a slice of star fruit (carambola), available at specialty produce markets.
Little Star Mocktail
Makes: One drink

2 shots pineapple juice
1 shot grapefruit juice
1 shot coconut milk
1 shot fresh cream

Shake all of the ingredients together in a cocktail shaker with ice and then strain into a glass to serve.

Bryan McCay
Bryan McCay


Star-shape cookie cutters make fun favors for a "Twinkle, Twinkle" theme. Give each guest a pair in "mom and baby" sizes -- one large and one small. Tie the stars together with sweet ribbon, and add a small favor tag that reads "A Star Is Born."

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