14 Fabulous Fox Baby Shower Ideas!
There’s no better way to celebrate a foxy mama-to-be than with a fox themed baby shower! These cute animal friends make for a fun baby shower theme that’s easy to pull off. These parties can be backyard boho, full-on formal, and anything in between. It’s all in the details! Whether you favor woodland sweetness (sticks, tree stumps, natural jute runners) or grand scale balloon installations and metallic pops, you’ll find all the fox baby shower inspiration you’re craving right here!
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Why is it about baby animals that work so effortlessly with a vintage vibe? This aesthetic is just perfect for parents-to-be who love the look of a foregone era.
Fox Goes Boho-Glam
Can’t decide between rustic or elegant? You don’t have to! Combine them with a mix of eucalyptus and glitter!
Guests will be sippin’ pretty out of these birch tree inspired straws and their adorable fox companions. Order more than you need (sold on Etsy) because any guest with kiddos will for-sure want to take a few home!
Foxy Flower Power
How sweet is this DIY fox baby shower decor? Simply pick up small metal pails at your local craft store, draw the fox face onto white card stock or white vinyl adhesive, cut out, and attach to the bucket! Fill with real or fake florals for a cute-as-can-be decoration.
Dreamy Diaper Cake
In a few months, the mom-to-be will be ripping this beautiful diaper cake for a middle-of-the-night nappy change. But for the baby shower, this’ll sit pretty at the center of your expertly planned fox baby shower!
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Foxes are not just for fall baby showers! Loving this cool and clean arctic fox theme, perfect for winter. The soft baby mobile as decoration, plus the pale wooden touches, like the rustic wood slabs and the fox peeking from the flowers, warm up this seasonal shower.
Pinks, peaches, yellows, and greens make this woodsy table setting elegant and fresh. Incorporating pinecones as place cards ties this fox baby shower theme together beautifully!
Stuffed Animals Accents
Nothing screams “new baby” quite like stuffed animals! So why not incorporate them into your decor? Either purchase several stuffed foxes yourself—or ask guests to bring one each—and use each furry friend to accent your centerpieces.
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Planning in a pinch? Forget the custom cookies and order a bunch of beautiful fox themed paper goods, like these scalloped edged beauties. Add some green and orange balloons and—boom!—you did it!
Gah! This is almost too pretty to eat! The sleepy baby fox atop the expertly decorated baby shower cake takes this dreamy cake to the next level.
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Just because foxes live amongst the greens of the forest or the whites of a winter wonderland doesn’t mean you need to stick to that color palate. This modern combo of orange, turquoise, and gray are spot-on for a fresh fox themed baby shower.
A woodland fox theme baby shower is so precious…and easily executed with details like tree, mushroom, and fox cookies (shown here), tree stump serving platters, plaid accents, acorn table accessories, and more.
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Is it even a baby shower without books?! Either get one classic fox-themed book for guests to sign, or buy several to use as table decorations that morph into gifts for Baby! (Some ideas to get you started: What Does The Fox Say?, Fantastic Mr. Fox, Fox in Socks, and Little Red Fox has Feelings.)
Photo Op Pop
Go big with the balloons and add a cardboard fox for maximum adorableness. This type of setup is perfect for guests to take photos with the mama-to-be.
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