Rubber Ducky Baby Shower
I gave a ducky shower for my best friend and it turned out fairly well. The shower only cost me $22.26 (not including the food and drinks). I honestly can’t tell you what that cost came to. Here is my breakdown of my budget:
-Rubber Duckies $6.00 (Wal-Mart)
-Glass Bowls $2.59 (Hobby Lobby)
-Glass Balls $2.50 (Wal-Mart)
-Bandanas $1.26 (Hobby Lobby)
-Plates & Silverware $4.00 (Wal-Mart)
-Cups $2.00 (Wal-Mart)
-Diaper Pins $1.92 (Wal-Mart)
-Baby Bottles $2.99 (Target)
We played a game to see who could fill up a baby bottle the fastest, using rubber ducks. Everyone teamed up and sat facing each other about three feet apart, one person held the baby bottle while the other person had a bucket of water and rubber ducky. The person with the rubber duck had to fill the duck with water and try to shoot it into the bottle. The first team that got to 6 oz. first won.
I also set up a game for the kids to play. I had them go bobbing for ducks and pacifiers, which ending up turning into a water fight. They had a lot of fun with it. I first made them go blindfolded and other kids could give them directions if they wanted, then after they got three items, I let them take off the blindfold. I think the parent’s highlight of the party was watching the kids, they were pretty entertaining.
For the party we set out crackers and cheese (shaped like ducks using a cookie cutter), chips and dip, a veggie tray, and a sandwich bar. For desert we had ducky cup cake and cookies. For drinks we set out punch, bottle water and juice.