Umbrella For Baby Shower

You’re taking your baby to the beach and you don’t have time to set up a tent or set of sun shades. We have the perfect solution for you and your growing family with our Schylling Infant UV Play Shade.

Are you looking for the best umbrella for baby shower? We have listed down the top rated baby beach tent and portable sun shelter options. This list is ideal for parents who are looking to keep their babies safe from the sun.

While there are many different sun umbrellas for babies, the best ones are the ones that you can take with you on the go. They can be used at the beach, in the park or even by your poolside. If a portable umbrella is what you need, then check out this list of best baby beach tent and sun shelter options to get started.

The Schylling Baby Beach Tent is a must have for parents on the go! This lightweight umbrella has a convenient carrying strap and fits easily in any stroller, beach bag or diaper bag. The Cool Spring canopy provides UPF 50+ sun protection. Featuring a zipper enclosure with a mesh window and includes a nylon carry tote bag.

Looking for the best sun shelter for your baby? Check out this guide, which includes reviews of three top-rated and highly-recommended options for keeping babies safe from the sun.

Baby Shower Umbrella Meaning

I stumbled across this gem of a party and just had to share it with you all. The bright pops of color used for this sprinkle are so cheerful, I just love everything about it!

My favorites are the hanging polka dot umbrella chandelier and the cute umbrella door hanger with a duck and flowers popping out of it. Simply the best!


cute picture of umbrella baby shower decorations



Baby Umbrella Net

Baby Umbrella Ne

BlogLovin had this amazing garden party featured on their site and it is just perfect!

The atmosphere is so cheerful – who wouldn’t want to be a guest at this party?


image of umbrella favors for a baby shower



Baby Girl’ Tutu Skirt – Blue

Baby Girl’ Tutu Skirt – Blue

Aren’t these umbrella favors just adorable?

Cute paper umbrellas filled with yummy candy! You can find the complete tutorial over at UnoriginalMom.

Baby Shower Umbrella Clipart

  1. Cut circles out of scrapbooking paper.
     Use a cup or mug to trace circles onto the back of a sheet of patterned scrapbooking paper, then cut the circles out. Choose a pattern that matches the theme of your baby shower. If you don’t have a theme, match the color to your baby’s gender: pink for girls or blue for boys.[1]
    • If you wish to keep the gender of your baby a surprise, stick with purple or yellow.
    • Patterned scrapbooking paper is about the same thickness as regular printer paper. Avoid cardstock or thick paper, as it will be too difficult to fold nicely.
  2. 2Fold the circle into eighths to create creases. Turn the circle so that the back/blank side of the paper is facing you. Fold it in half horizontally, then sharpen the crease with your fingernail. Unfold the circle, then fold it in half vertically and sharpen the crease.[2]
    • Repeat this step to create more creases between the horizontal and vertical ones.
    • Most patterned scrapbooking paper has a colored side and a blank/white side.
  3. 3Cut a scalloped edge into the circle. Use scissors to cut half-almond shapes into the edges of the circle. You will need 1 half-almond shape for each of the wedge-shaped sections. This will make your circle look more like an umbrella.[3]
    • You will have a total of 8 almond shapes, 1 for each section.
  4. 4Cut a slit into the circle starting at the edge and ending at the center. Pick 1 of the creases to cut, then cut along the crease until you reach the middle of the circle. This will allow you to curl the circle into a cone shape and make it look even more like an umbrella.[4]
  5. 5Overlap the adjacent panels to create a cone and secure them with tape. You will have 1 panel to the left of the crease and 1 panel to the right. Bring these 2 panels together and overlap them to create a single panel. Secure these panels with a strip of double-sided tape.[5]
    • You can use a glue stick instead, but you will need to wait for it to dry.
  6. 6Glue the umbrella to the top of a lollipop stick. Take a 4-inch (10-cm) lollipop stick, then place a drop of hot glue on top. Take your umbrella and quickly set it down on top of the lollipop stick. Make sure that the colored part of the umbrella is on the outside.
    • You can poke a toothpick through the top of the umbrella instead.
    • You can find lollipop sticks in the baking section of a craft store. Do not use wood craft sticks or “popsicle” sticks. They are not the same thing.

Method2Making Candy-Filled UmbrellasDownload Article

  1. 1Cut 1 paper circle and 4 tulle circles. Use a compass or a plate to trace a 10-inch (25-cm) circle onto a sheet of scrapbooking paper. Cut the circle out, then cut 4 15-inch (38-cm) circles out of tulle or lace. This is enough to make 4 tulle-wrapped umbrellas.[6]
    • Pink or blue are perfect for baby girls and baby boys, but you can use purple or yellow for a surprise!
    • Alternatively, you can cut 4 15-inch (38-cm) squares out of tulle instead.
  2. 2Cut the circle into fourths, then roll each piece into a cone. Fold the circle into fourths to make creases, then cut along the creases. Roll each quarter circle into a narrow cone, then secure it with hot glue or double-sided tape. Do not fold and cut the tulle circles. [7]
    • You can use a stapler or regular clear tape, but the result won’t be as neat.
  3. 3Tuck the tulle circles into cups, then stick the cones inside. Center a tulle circle over a cup. Take a cone, and insert it point-down into the cup. Make sure that the tulle is centered. The cup will keep the cone upright as you fill it with candy.[8]
    • Repeat this step for the remaining cones and tulle circles.

Umbrella Theme For Baby Shower

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