How-To: Plan an “Apple of My Eye” Fall-themed Baby Shower

Nothing brings autumn and babies together more heartwarmingly than an “Apple of My Eye” themed baby shower! And it certainly helps that this beloved fall fruit is plentiful and oh-so-pretty for decorating! Just add country-inspired elements like baskets, burlap, and gingham fabric, plus homemade apple goodies and drinks. Then gather family and friends to celebrate Mom-to-be and her awaited bundle of joy!

Country-inspired Elements for an Apple-themed Baby Shower

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The country look never gets old. Especially for such a charming fall-season theme as this! It all begins with the sweetest vintage-style invitation (1) to get everyone excited for an apple-filled event.

Then, on shower day, lay out the most appealing outdoor tables (3) with gingham runners and napkins, and basket centerpieces brimming with fresh, crisp apples. Place matching mini ones on each place setting. Then, draw all eyes to a dessert display (5) of all sorts of apple treats—pies, donuts, cupcakes, and of course caramel apples—labeled with the cutest printables. With an apple bundt cake (4) as a delicious home-baked dessert.

For shower favors, guests would love to take home jars of caramel apple dip (2) and the most darling apple-shaped pin cushions (6). The perfect ‘country cottage’ type gifts for fall!

For more apple-inspired party ideas, visit these posts:

Apple Favors for Fall! 10 Yummy Finds with a Homemade Spin

How-To: Set Up a Caramel Apple Bar for Your Fall Wedding

Image credits:

1 – Vintage apple invitation – Bee and Daisy on etsy
2 – Caramel apple dip – A Creative Momma
3 – Farm party table – Aesthetic Nest
4 – Apple bundt cake with caramel frosting – Lake Lure Cottage Kitchen
5 – Vintage apple party printables – Bee and Daisy on etsy
6 – Apple pincushion – Retro Mama

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