I used some sweet girly fabric to make a pennant banner.
I think my favorite part of the decor, though, was this Baby Dear banner:
I scanned in illustrations from the book, found a similar font to the one used on the cover, and worked some Photoshop (Elements) magic. I printed the resulting images out onto cardstock and cut them out. I attached the letters to baby pink ribbon and hung it in my living room. I think it's adorable, if I do say so myself.
(Well, really, my favorite part were the invitations, but I already wrote about those...) :)
I scattered some Little Golden Books around the party area, especially ones that were illustrated by Eloise Wilkin (the illustrator of Baby Dear). Her little baby cheeks and pudgy fingers are so cute.
Add in some doilies and yummy food and you've got a fun vintage Golden Book party!
I made cupcake toppers with some pink scrapbook paper and these 1-inch Pretty Vintage Little Girl Circles from Free Pretty Things.
It was really nice to have an opportunity, in this house full of boys, to enjoy such girlishness! It was such a fun baby shower!