My beautiful, amazing sister, Jamie, is about to have a baby and I couldn’t be more excited. So, when my mother, Karen Eyer, friend, Sara Landenberger and I decided to throw her a shower to honor her and Baby Isabell, we wanted it to be something she would always remember. We went with a boho chic theme and the basic motto was – the more flowers, the better. Keep reading for more details on how we styled my sisters pretty, boho baby shower.Since this shower was all about fresh flowers, we started by greeting guests with a bouquet of pink roses and hydrangeas, a framed copy of the baby shower invitation designed by Paperless Post and a sign asking guests to leave a note for my sister’s family on custom cards I created. In the dining room, a giant, floral heart wreath was the focal point. To make it, I took an old wire coat hanger from the back of my husband’s closet, disassembled it and bent it into the shape of a heart. Then, I secured the ends with wire and hot glue and added eucalyptus and roses, securing them with floral wire. Once it was complete, we hung it in front of a sheer fabric backdrop. It was pretty easy to assemble and added a big punch to the baby shower. Across from the floral heart wreath, we created a mimosa bar by framing the top of a chalkboard sign with roses and eucalyptus, using a custom “mimosa bar” tag as a table accent and then filled the ice bucket with gorgeous floral ice. To make the floral ice, I just added fresh rose buds and rose petals to ice cube trays, filled them with water and let them sit over night. It was an easy way to add a pretty, custom touch to each drink. In the center of the dining room, we displayed all the food for the shower. From chicken salad croissants, to soup shooters, to lemon cookies, we had a wide selection of foods, but the true show stopper of the shower was the gorgeous and delicious strawberry cake made by friend and desert artist, Amanda Miles of Half Baked Bakery. Flanked by two floral bouquets, this strawberry cake was not only pretty to look at, it was truly one of the most delicious cakes I’ve ever tasted. If you ever have an occasion to order a cake from Half Baked Bakery, you should do it. I promise, your taste buds will thank you! Finally, in the living room where we had presents and a few fun games put together by the lovely Sara Landenberger, we decorated with custom gold balloons that said baby Isabell’s nickname, “Izzy” and of course, another fresh floral bouquet. The day was filled lots of good food, good drinks, precious gifts and most importantly, lots of love and laughter. A special congrats to my favorite big sis on her new baby girl, Isabell. We can’t wait to finally meet her!