Bumble Bee Baby Shower Inspiration Board

Bumble Bee Baby Shower Inspiration Boards

 
Today’s post provides inspiration for throwing a bumble bee baby shower for the Mother to Bee and the soon arrival of the new bundle of joy that is as Sweet as can Bee! Typically most people will utilize a black and yellow color palette for this popular bumble bee theme, however I wanted to show you a couple inspiration boards for different color palettes: yellow and gray & yellow and brown!  You can even get fancy and use a variety of shades for each color i.e. charcoal gray and mustard yellow or dark brown and light yellow; add accent colors such as ivory, white, tan, gold, and silver; and/or add patterns and shapes such as chevron, circles, stripes, and floral. (Please bee kind and leave me a comment below letting me know which one is your favorite.)

 

Bumble Bee Baby Shower Inspiration Board – Yellow & Gray

Bumble Bee Baby Shower

Bumble Bee Baby Shower
(Gray & Yellow Color Palette)

Photo Collage Credits: Bumble Bee Baby Shower Invitation by Its A Fine Time | Tissue Poms by Sweet and Savvy Designs | Yellow Chevron Favor Bags from The Tomcat Studio | Circle Paper Garland from Randi Elise | Sweet As Can Bee Honey Pot Favors from Beau-Coup | Bumble Bee Cupcake Toppers from Dream Party Paperie | Lovely Tablescape with Chevron Aisle Runner (Featured by The Every Last Detail & Photographed by Brandi Welles Photographer)

 

 Bumble Bee Baby Shower Inspiration Board – Yellow & Brown 

bumble bee baby shower

Bumble Bee Baby Shower (Brown and Yellow Color Palette)

Photo Collage Credits: Bumble Bee Baby Shower Invitation by Inviting Design Studio | Beehive DIY shared by True Love Ideas Blog | Bumble Bee Cupcakes by For The Love of Sugar | Bumble Bee Banner by Parkers Prints | Sweet As Can Bee Honey Favors from Beau-Coup  | DIY Spice Bee Cookies by Martha Stewart | Yellow Tablescape (Featured by On To Baby & Photographed by Amanda Bevington Modern Photography)

 

SHARE WITH ME: What did you think of these 2 inspiration boards for a Bumble Bee Baby Shower? Which one is your favorite? Any other color palettes you can think of for this theme that would be fun and doable?

NEW ADDITIONS TO THE BLOG: You may have realized by now how much I LOVE weddings, but that is not the only decor that I am in love with. This year I have decided that as a reflection of all my event decor love that the blog will feature more than wedding decor and will include creative event decor from special occasions such as baby showers, bridal showers, dinner parties, birthday parties, etc – after all this blog is about sharing lovely inspiration for event decor & design, weddings, & DIY projects. So this year my promise and commitment to you is to share more resources, tools/tips, DIY projects, and inspiration for a variety of events because I truly believe that “beauty is in the details” and LOVE it all! In return I have one little request to ask of my readers – let me hear from YOU! I want to hear more from you in comments, ideas, feedback, submissions, emails/notes, social media – whichever format you prefer, I want to hear from YOU. Hearing from my readers not only keeps me motivated to share amazing eye-candy with you, but it also inspires me to continue come up with creative content to share and let’s me know if I am providing you with what you are looking for when you come to my site. Deal?

My goal is to share creative themed event decor inspiration boards such as this with you every Inspiration Board Tuesday, continue with amazing Etsy wedding finds every Etsy Thursday, and share DIY projects/tutorials, tips & resources every DIY Friday. Of course, you can expect to find additional wedding inspiration from my guest blogger (Gail) twice a month and if anything else amazing comes up you can expect for me to write about it and share with you!  With this being a new year and my goals set on growing the blog and offering even more amazing content, I want to start with committing to these 3 posts a week and hope that you come back 3 times a week to check out these posts and share with your family and friends. Can you guys do that for me?

NEW SUBMISSIONSI am looking for new submissions! If you have a DIY project/tutorial, creative ideas, or decor for an event you did, I’d LOVE to hear from you! It’s easy – find the details here! Remember, sharing is caring! :)

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The beauty is in the details…

One of the biggest and sometimes hardest choice when it comes to wedding planning is the stationary suite—invitations, save-the-date, RSVP/response cards, favor tags, place card names, table names, bridal shower, etc. These paper decor items really set the tone for your event and typically embodies the theme, idea, feelings/emotions that the couple wants to convey to their guests. Generally, these items are designed to match and compliment each other and the wedding’s decor.

The fashion-forward paper product that is gaining popularity with a $$$ pricetag is the beautiful letterpress. I LOVE the look of letterpress products—its timeless, elegant, artistic, vintage, and makes a beautiful statement regardless of its words. Here are some beautiful letterpress products for weddings that come from a very talented graphic designer that I have the pleasure of knowing personally. She does an amazing job creatively and delicately tailoring her products to her customers and I hope you enjoy her work as much as I do. I also invite you to read the insert below of my interview of this creative designer~Marsinah Burgos~who shares some tips for brides and gives some insight about letterpress! (Check out her website below for more samples of her work! Also, for you fashionistas, you may find an attractive interest in her blog as well.)

Interview with the mind behind the design, Blushing Pearl’s Owner & Designer~Marsinah Burgos

1. Tell us about your business, what is Blushing Pearl and the inspiration behind it?

Blushing Pearl is a design and letterpress printing studio that specializes in fully customized design and paper ephemera. The studio is owned and creatively designed/letterpress printed by Marsinah (yours truly!). We have an online Etsy shop and we are in the process of opening up an online wholesale website, as well as expanding our pre-designed Wedding Stationery line fondly called “Bliss”. Here are some links to Blushing Pearl:

{shop} http://blushingpearl.etsy.com
{blog} http://blushingpearl.blogspot.com
{website} http://blushingpearl.net
{Bliss-wedding guidebook} http://bliss.blushingpearl.net

2. Besides wedding invitations, what other custom design work do you do?

Aside from Wedding invitation suites, Blushing Pearl also specializes in design work for business cards, baby showers and announcements, graduations, and ready-made paperie (found in our Etsy shop). We also specialize in branding and logo development, which will help you create the look of your business through logo design, color palettes, stationery options, website layouts, and unique collateral material to fully brand your business.

3.       What is your inspiration for projects that you develop that are not custom ordered (ie. Etsy portfolio)?

Inspiration comes from everything and everywhere. The luxury about owning your own business is that you can determine what you want to design and produce. Having worked in the Fashion Industry, I would have to say Fashion and textile patterns have a great impact on my creativity. I also like traveling and photographing street art as well.

4.  Your letterpress work is beautiful! Can you explain to us what letterpress is, why it’s typically more expensive, and the value of using letterpress over traditional design processes? Do you only do letterpress custom design work?

The art of Letterpress printing is a vintage process that requires a methodic technique and physical labor. Each individual piece of 100% cotton fiber paper is hand-fed by me, one color at a time, into my vintage Chandler & Price 8×12 letterpress. A delicate impression is made on the paper that is unique to the art of letterpress. Some of my clients appreciate the exquisite art of letterpress printing, which creates a tactile and sophisticated look of the design onto cotton fiber paper. My letterpress studio is in my garage. The press itself is cast iron and weighs about 800 lbs. I’ve restored and repainted my press. You can view the beautification process and how it works here:

http://blushingpearl.blogspot.com/2009/09/birth-of-monster.html#links

http://blushingpearl.blogspot.com/2009/09/action.html#links

If you have an existing logo or design file, Blushing Pearl can letterpress print  your design. Just keep in mind that your artwork is original and not copyrighted!

5. What advice can you give a bride looking to make her wedding unique and what to keep in mind when selecting the save-the-dates, invitations, response cards, favor tags, etc?

Brides- it helps out to keep an “idea binder”, where you take all of those favorite magazine cut outs and samples from bridal shows and keep a visual journal of what you like or don’t like. This way you can clearly see what direction your wedding is headed. As a designer for wedding invitations, I usually ask for visual references to better help me know what style you are looking for. From there, we can narrow down your options and start creating a cohesive look for your invitation.

Another very, VERY important tip- make sure you proof read, and then proof read again. The little extra time it takes to proof read twice will help save added expenses in the end.

6.  Anything else you want to share or want us to know?

Take a look at our Website…It’ll give you a glimpse at our past work and capabilities!

http://blushingpearl.net

We love to socialize and network :) You can also find us on Twitter, Facebook, and Linkedin:

{tweets} http://twitter.com/blushingpearl
{fb} http://twitter.com/blushingpearl
{linkedin} http://www.linkedin.com/pub/marsinah-netto-burgos/1/814/472

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