Pink Halloween Baby Shower Ideas: Our Guide for Food to Favors!

From food to favors, your guide to planning a pink Halloween baby shower.

Okay, so Halloween is an unlikely theme for a baby shower, right? But if you soften the setting in everything pink and sweeten the menu with goodies and treats, you can actually pull it off! Still think it’s a bit iffy? See our suggestions for food and drinks to serve, decorations to dress up the scene, and pretty pink favor packaging—with hints of Halloween via pumpkins, ghosts, and the cutest pink “poison” candy apples. Mom-to-be will love it! This post contains affiliate links and Bellenza, Inc. will be compensated if you make a purchase after clicking the affiliate links. You can find our disclosure statement here

Pink-themed Food and Drinks to Serve for a Halloween Baby Shower

From savory and sweet bites to bubbly beverages and chilled desserts, our selection should give you delicious ideas for your own baby shower menu. Just think pink + Halloween!

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Bite-size appetizers and finger foods are the easiest to serve at a gathering. So for savory choices, we selected Ham Pinwheels on Crackers (2), Bruschetta with Prosciutto, Ricotta, and Arugula (3), and Beet-Pickled Deviled Eggs (5).

For sweet selections, we found Soft Pink Cotton Candy Candy Apples (1) to “tempt” guests with. Plus these scrumptious-looking Raspberry Swirled Cheesecake Cupcakes (4) and darling little Ghost Cupcakes (6) that you can make yourself.

In honor of the celebrant, how perfect is a MOM-osa Bar (7)! But offer a choice of sparkling water to mix with, in addition to the champagne. (Hint: You can get the printable sign and labels from the link below.) Then, for dessert-type drinks, serve Pink Sherbet Punch (8) topped with raspberries and No Bake Pink Lemonade Cheesecake Parfaits (9).

Sources: 1 – Rose Bakes / 2 – Kraft Recipes / 3 – Ted Allen, via Food Network / 4 – Cooking Classy / 5 – The Kitchn / 6 – Buttercream Blondie / 7 – Crisp Collective / 8 – Dessert Now Dinner Later / 9 – Homemade Hooplah

More Pink + Pumpkins for Halloween Baby Shower Decorations

Halloween never looked so sweet and dainty as in these decorating ideas we found, but with touches of black for some chic edginess! You can easily craft your own spin-offs of these for the shower.

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For your entryway, make a “Jill-o-lantern” pumpkin display in baby form (1)—complete with a crown, big bow, and pacifier all in pink! Pair it with a chalkboard sign announcing a fun greeting for the guests.

For centerpieces or to grace the dessert and drinks tables, arrange varied sizes of pink and gold dipped pumpkins (5) trimmed with beads, buttons, and flowers. Then, hang black paper lanterns (2) overhead as a nod to Halloween.

Keep the table settings (3) simple in white table linens with burlap runners, all-white china ware, and bunches of baby pink blooms in gold-dotted pumpkins. For a pop of bolder color, add fuchsia-tinted votive holders (4) and sprinkle fun confetti bats (6) in black and pink amidst the place settings!

Credits: 1 – via Pinterest (uploaded by user) / 2 – via Amazon (*affiliate link) / 3 – The Kitchen McCabe / 4 – via Amazon (*affiliate link) / 5 – Jo-Ann Fabric & Craft Stores / 6 – via Amazon (*affiliate link)

Candy Table + Favors in Pink and Black for a Halloween Baby Shower

You can actually give anything pink as favors—from jelly beans to lollipops to candy melt-dipped pretzels to popcorn to mini chocolates—and just add tags, labels, and trims that say Halloween!

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Take store-bought favor boxes, bags, or pouches and finish them with printable pumpkin tags (1). Or fill brioche baking cups (2) with treats, wrap them in cello, and tie with ribbon. For an element of surprise, set up a fun pink themed candy table (3) complete with black and pink decorations. You can include popular favorites like gumballs, lollipops, and rock candy.

If you prefer to DIY, try these adorable ghost treat boxes (6) with the tutorial for 7 designs provided. Or go for dip-dyed treat bags (4) made with muslin pouches and personalized with kraft paper circle tags.

And for the girliest baby shower favors, tuck candies or small gifts into these pomander-style sachets (5). Guests can use them later to hang fragrant closet fresheners at home, while the new mom can make them into an adorable nursery mobile for baby!

Sources: 1 – Get Creative Juice / 2 – Martha Stewart / 3 – via Amazon (*affiliate link) / 4 – Polkadot Prints, via Design Mom / 5 – Bellenza / 6 – Minieco Co. UK 


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