If you’re a summer mama (or a friend of one) who happens to be planning a June baby shower, you’re in luck! We at Peerspace have all kinds of adorable June baby shower ideas to help you get inspired as you plan, so keep reading for our top suggestions.
And in case you didn’t know yet, Peerspace is also the largest online marketplace for hourly venue rentals. So we not only provide you with sweet June baby shower ideas, but we can also connect you with the perfect baby shower venue to make it the perfect celebration. We’ll introduce you to a few such spaces ahead! Let’s get started!
1. Picnic baby shower
Here’s a pretty foolproof June baby shower idea: enjoy some of that gorgeous summer weather with a lovely outdoor picnic! Just make sure that mom-to-be has access to a comfortable seat of some kind so she’s not stuck sitting on the ground during her baby shower.
And you might want to go ahead and rent a private outdoor space for the event, like this outdoor event space in the metro DC area. It’s an outdoor space for up to 30 guests, with access to a kitchenette and a bathroom, and tables and chairs for an added charge.
One happy renter described their experience: “Ms. Georgina was amazing. She was very responsive and accommodating. She was friendly and great service which I love. The space was awesome. Clean and had everything I needed for our baby shower. The backyard is very spacious and beautiful, it allows you to be very creative.”
2. Provide adequate cooling
Whether you’re hosting your June baby shower indoors or out, if you know the weather is going to be sweltering, take this into account and make sure you and your guests aren’t going to overheat. There’s nothing that’ll ruin a party faster than the guests becoming sweaty and uncomfortable.
If you’re outside, you can run an extension cord from indoors to some fans near you. And if you’re indoors, make sure the space has air conditioning to keep the party adequately cooled. We’d also recommend providing umbrellas for shade if you’re outdoors, as well as plenty of iced beverages!
3. Have a plan for if the weather goes bad
Many of the ideas on this list – and many June/summer baby showers in general – take place in the great outdoors. If you’re planning on holding your baby shower outside, make sure you have a backup plan in case it rains. This could mean having an alternate date for the party already planned or having an indoor event space you can relocate to when you can no longer stay outside.
If you’re in Los Angeles, you can always opt to book this well-equipped downtown backyard oasis. It includes a large wooden pergola, an outdoor kitchen with a barbecue grill, a heated pool, an outdoor fireplace, an outdoor TV, and best of all, a covered cabana.
“This place took my event to another level, we loved it,” shares a Peerspace reviewer. “The host was very attentive and helped us a lot. We will definitely rent this place again.”
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