Bonjour! Take a look at this wonderful Ratatouille themed baby shower celebration. These ideas have everything you need for an inviting and warm family party, including a rich menu, adorable family photos, and, of course, the cutest little chef ever! What a lovely way to commemorate a one-of-a-kind baby shower!
Ratatouille Baby Shower Invitations
When it comes to cooking, we have an invitation that has a character from a cartoon that tells the narrative of how a little mouse can cook like a five-star chef. We have something adorable for your personal Ratatouille baby shower party!
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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.
I used a combination of items I purchased and things I made. First I took three heavy poster boards and drew one with Linguine holding a spoon while Remy the rat sat on his head under his chef’s hat.
The second poster showed the food critic, Ego, ready to sample his next meal. The last one showed Remy’s hero, Auguste Gusteau, floating as he did in Remy’s imagination.
I attached these posters to some wooden stakes and had them line the front walkway to greet the guests when they arrived. I made other signs for the party as well. For the house, I used regular poster boards.
The first sign had the title “Welcome all little chefs!” I drew a picture of Remy making a pot of soup, and Colette and Linguini were in the background wearing their chef’s attire.
This sign I hung on the front door. Another sign was of Gusteau’s cookbook “Anyone Can Cook!” with Remy standing beside it. This one was placed over the dining room table.
The next sign said “The Little Rat’s Room” and had pictures of Remy, his brother Emile, and their father. Of course, this one was hung on the bathroom door. The final sign was of the movie’s antagonist, Skinner, with the title “I smell a Rat!”
This one I put on the fireplace mantal since the fireplace was in the main room of the party. For all of these signs, I used a Ratatouille coloring book as my guide and used a large variety of markers to get the colors just right. I admit these signs took awhile to make, but the end result was worth it.
Other decorations I found at a party supply store on the internet. In the entrance way to the main party room, I hung a Ratatouille baby shower banner. I covered the table with a Ratatouille plastic tablecloth.
Party Foods Ideas
We decided that since rats don’t use utensils, we would serve finger food. Of course, we had to have a cheese and fruit tray. We also had chicken fingers, chips and dip, and tacos. To drink, we had the usual soda and lemonade, but I also had some sparkling apple cider in plastic champagne glasses.
I know the whole point of the movie is that Remy makes ratatouille for the food critic at the end. However, it doesn’t make the best party food. Instead, I took a box and covered it with tissue paper and filled it with fresh vegetables from my uncle’s garden.
Eggplant, zucchini, green peppers, and tomatoes. Sticking out of the top of the box was a card with the recipe for Ratatouille written on it. I put the box on the buffet table next to the other food, and yes, I did prepare the Ratatouille later.