Here are some cute Donald Duck baby shower duck theme ideas! Decorating ideas to inspire you and get your creative juices going! The popular baby shower duck motif goes hand in hand with bath time, making decorating even more enjoyable!
Donald Duck Themed Baby Shower Invitations
Customize this fantastic invite with all of the crucial party facts that your visitors will want to know, such as the party date, time, and place. Once the design is complete, you can quickly and easily send your invitations via text message, email, or social media!
How to Download
There are two basic ways to download the file:
- Left-click the preview image > Right-click > Save Image As
- Or directly Right-click > Save Image As.
- After that, locate where you want the file to be placed or saved on your device.
- For easier access, you can place it on your desktop if you are using a laptop or PC.
- Anyway, if you are done with where the file is going to be placed, tap “Enter” to start the download process.
Software to use: Microsoft word, Adobe Photoshop, Ms. Paint (Choose one).
Basically, all the provided texts were written inside “Text-box”, so if you’re going to add additional text, you’ll need to insert another text-box for that.
Party Foods Ideas
Serve crackers and cheese, but only make up a little table sign saying “quackers and cheese” and set it next to the appetizers. If you want to get extra-creative, use a mini duck cookie cutter and cut the cheese into little ducks.
Oftentimes, when you go to the park, you bring bread to feed the ducks. With this idea in mind, take a large loaf of French bread and hollow it out, saving the insides. Fill the bread bowl with spinach dip (you can find the recipe on the package of Knorr vegetable dip). Place all of the bread pieces in a bowl and add a cute sign that says “Please Don’t Feed The Ducks!”
Get some cute yellow and blue dishes, fill them with goldfish crackers, and label them “Duck Food”.
Make up some duck sugar cookies and frost them bright yellow. Serve them as a snack or wrap them up and give them as simple party favors.
Float mini rubber duckies (found at dollar stores) in the guests’ water glasses – looks extra cute when served in wine glasses! (hint: prior to shower, rinse ducks off with water to get rid of any plastic taste).
Make some blue finger jello, cut into squares, add a dab of whip cream and top with a mini rubber ducky.
For the cutest centerpiece idea, fill a round vase with Styrofoam or ping pong balls to resemble bubbles (you can also use clear ornament balls) and add a cute rubber ducky on top!
For an elegant look, use a white or cream colored fabric tablecloth. Lay down some yellow tulle and sprinkle daisies and baby’s breath around the table.
Jazz up your tableware by using yellow or blue plates, cups, napkins, and utensils, or use cute duck-themed supplies.
Pass out some cute baby shower duck favors such as mint tins, duck soaps, duck bath fizzies or duck candy bars with the shower info printed on them.
Another cute and simple favor idea is to hand out mini bottles of “bubble bath” along with a cute washcloth wrapped around it – tie with a cute ribbon! You can also attach a favor tag to the favor that says “From our shower to yours!”