There's no need to stress over fondant, sprinkles, and icing gels. Just bake, add a glitzy seasonal topper, and enjoy!
We can all agree that the best part of Halloween is dressing up. Okay, and the candy. Thank guests for their commitment to the theme by awarding them with trophies for "Cutest Costume," "Spookiest Costume," and more.
What you'll need: plastic skeleton ($19, ), gold spray paint ($7, )
Shower the momma-to-be with love that she can put on display in the newborn's room for years to come.
What you'll need: artificial pumpkins ($33, )
Because what's a baby shower without a diaper cake centerpiece?
Trade blue and pink for this festive, one-of-a-kind corsage. It might even take Mom back to her prom days.
Because if Mom's about to pop, then so should these DIY favors.
What you'll need: pipe cleaners ($9, ), googly eyes ($5, )
A wizard? A witch? Either way, Mom will be happy.
As if guests needed another reason to eat more candy corn...
What you'll need: mini mason jars ($12, )
Welp, all parents can relate.
Every baby shower has some kind of baby food test, so why not tailor it to the theme?
What you'll need: baby food pouches ($10 for 12, ), white streamers ($6, )
Give a gift that keeps on giving ... until it burns out, at least. These customizable soy candles will remind guests of the new bundle of joy.
Encourage guests to bring a Halloween-themed onesie and hang 'em with clothespins as decor.
What you'll need: clothespins ($10, ), Halloween onesies ($6, )
Heads up: You might have to remind guests to carve open these adorable pumpkin favors to see what treats are stored inside.
What you'll need: tissue paper ($9, )
This sweet fruit dessert is an activity in itself. To make, you need sliced apples, a big bowl of caramel, and an array of toppings, including chocolate chips, Oreo crumbles, and salted peanuts.