Hot pink cupcake liners by Bakers Bling Shop ($6.50/100)
Spring showers party banner by GFetti ($6/six foot banner)
Polka dot paper plates from Posh Party Box (matching napkins available)
Pink umbrella party picks by Below Blink ($3.50/two dozen)
It's just so easy to find pink decor. Check out Etsy.com, check out Target, check out Michael's craft stores and dollar stores. Check out anywhere that party decor is found. Where party decor is found, pink party decor is found. Don't be afraid to mix pinks, all shades of the highly feminine color get along nicely.
Pink Champagne Cupcakes
(recipe from Betty Crocker/The Cupcake Blog)
Strawberry cheescake jelly bean by Jelly Belly (consider all the pink Jelly Belly flavors: bubble gum, cotton candy, strawberry daiquiri, pink grapefruit)
Neapolitan lollipops by Sweet Lollipop Shop ($14.95/five)
It's A Girl lollipops by Liquorish ($18/dozen)
Heart cookie by EdibleGiftsPlus.com ($4.99/six)
Some of these treats are beyond the average kitchen mavens ability. But not all. The pink frosted heart cookie is an easy DIY with the help of a sugar cookie recipe (here) and a heart cookie cutter (here) and some pink frosting, which you can either find at your local grocery store or make by adding a couple dashes of red food dye to a basic white frosting. Or, just frost your cupcake with white frosting and decorate it with some delicious, pink jelly beans.
The Game Winning Prize
The pink umbrella above is from Debenhems, but just google "pink umbrella" and you'll find tons of fun choices. Baby showers tend to feature cute (and sometimes embarrassing and sometimes annoying) games. A pretty pink umbrella would be the perfect prize for the game winner (and it would make the embarrassing, annoying game worth the embarrassment and annoyance).