Baby showers traditionally fall into one of three categories girl, boy or gender neutral. When the mom-to-be is pregnant with a little boy, the shower usually focuses on blue and might not have any real theme. A great idea for a boy shower, however, is to give the event a prince theme. The ideas can be integrated into the event easily and will hold the shower together. If mommy-to-be is expecting a little boy, then it’s a perfect time to plan a baby shower for a little prince. This theme is one of the most loved ones because everyone tends to spoil the baby to come. There are plenty of versions of this graceful theme; you only need to tickle your creative skills in order to properly receive the new royal baby. One of the loveliest ways to have a beautiful shower is to pick a theme that can inspire invitations, thank you cards, decorations, centerpieces, treats, gifts, and games. Having a theme creates an overall cohesiveness and a pleasant experience for your guests and encourages some delightful nostalgia for yourself.
The preparations for a prince birthday party begin with the invitations. Create special invitation cards for your guests. You can either use the castle shaped cards or have a royal scroll that sends out a regal message from the king, inviting all his guests. Let it look like a formal invitation card from the royal family. Use golden ribbons, fancy fonts and bright colors to make the cards attractive. Inform your guests about the party venue, time and date along with instructions about the dress code. Garnish the room according to royal traditions and set a real imperial gathering. First of all, you have to treat parents to be as king and queen and get creative by building two majestic ‘thrones’. Take two red chairs and some tinsel to make them look pretty. Place the chairs on a small stage and craft a banner “Hail to the little prince” and put it on the wall at the top of the royal thrones. If you know the name that’s even better. Try to create a unique design to perfectly mark the event. Parents-to-be will be amazed by your idea. If you want to get deeper into the theme you can also craft some castle walls out of card boards. It’s not so difficult, you only have to cut them on the top and then give them the final look by drawing some cool bricks. Of course, don’t forget about the crowns for parents to be, plus a little crown which will happily wait for the little prince on a red pillow. Don’t leave the guests out, craft or purchase different crowns for them too. Food and drinks Because it’s not an ordinary baby shower, food will have to be pretty special. But don’t go too far. Try to keep it simple and casual. Some crispy chicken sticks, for example, with exotic sauces or stuffed mushrooms will do just fine. They are easy dishes and look good on a plate. A centerpiece made of fruit platter will be a perfect addition.