A Breakfast at Tiffany’s baby shower is one of my favorite party themes. It’s easy to pull off at home or in a public venue, and the color scheme, of course, is already set: Tiffany blue, black, pink, and white. I’ve planned this party before, and made the mistake of spending way too much time on Pinterest pinning ideas that I figured I’d just order online and put everything together in the couple weeks leading up to the shower. Alas, my pinboards were filled with great ideas, but not really ways to execute or buy anything. It was nothing short of a time slurp.
Lesson learned: For the next party I planned, I used the Partyology website and app. The majority of the ideas there are actually shoppable, so so I can plan a party there knowing that it’s way easier to actually get the goods I need to recreate what I’ve seen online.
If you’re planning a Breakfast at Tiffany’s baby shower, check out 15 of my favorite ideas (that you can actually buy!) in the slideshow.
Jacqueline is a stylist, writer, creative consultant, and momma to a toddler fashionista. She writes about style, décor and family life.
After an extensive career in the fashion and design industry, in 2009, Jackie launched Merci New York, a boutique styling house and website. Her company creatively directs fashion campaigns and tends to the style dilemmas of NYC brides-to-be, but as a young mom, Jacqueline holds a sweet spot for the maternity, kid and chic-momma set.
She is excited to see her bridal clientele returning for home design and maternity styling advice, and loves sharing style and décor tips with other new moms as she navigates family life as a city girl in suburbia.
Jackie has been featured in GLAMOUR, The New York Times, Martha Stewart Weddings, Brides, The Knot, Page Six and Harper’s BAZAAR. She has appeared as a guest style expert on CBS’s morning shows, and has beenquoted as an industry expert for Fox Business News. When she’s not styling models, moms and kiddos, Jackie loves traveling with her family and entertaining friends at home. Come chat with Jackie on Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest and Instagram.