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Invitations:Cut a piece of stationary and fold to resemble a tri-fold diaper. Write the shower information inside. Then fold and fasten with a tiny gold safety pin. Or, begin with a piece of white or pastel flannel and fold it. Write the shower information on a notecard. (A three-by-five inch card in a pastel color is a good choice.) Insert the card in the "diaper."
I believe you can find invitations that are in the shape of diapers as well.
Name Tags: Fold a triangle of white or pastel contstruction paper int he shape of a diaper, and fasten with a small, gold safety pin. Guests write their names on the outside and use the safety pin to attach the tag. If you wish, put a small dab of mustard inside one or several of the "diapers." Guest who draw a dirty diaper win a door prize.
Centerpiece: Fold a piece of felt or flannel around a bowl and fasten with hand-painted or animal shaped diaper pins. Arrange flowers in the bowl. Give the diaper pins-or the entire arrangement-to the guest of honor after the party. Or "diaper" a blooming fresh plant and give it to the guest of honor.
Table Setting: Tie a white or pastel linen napkin around silver settings in a tri-fold "diaper".
Also as noted before you can have guests bring diapers for the baby, in any size.
All information taken from The Best Baby Shower Book
Angel mommy to Kenna Cole now 2 years old and ruling the roost!!! I need a new siggie!!!