Happy Monday and get ready for some serious cute hitting your eyeballs! Today I am featuring a baby shower for my friend Stephanie that I was lucky enough to attend (but had absolutely no role in) and let me tell you, it was a true feast for the eyes!I could comb over this shower’s darling details for days, but let’s hit some highlights! First I looooooove how they put some of the pom poms on the ground! What a way to move the eye around and highlight the fun vintage cases. It really made the whole display super cohesive.One of Steph’s best friends was one of the hostesses and is also, very conveniently, a very talented floral designer. Aly of The Vine’s Leaf was responsible for all of the floral beauty. One of the cutest touches was the each vase was a mason jar because guess what Stephanie named her son? Yep, Mason! How cute is that!? Her mother-in-law even tracked down beautiful vintage mason jars for his nursery (which is just as darling!)Favors were mini mason jars filled with blue jelly beans. Just perfect! I really love how they used burlap to make the whole shower a little more rustic chic. It was such a beautiful balance of manly yet sweet for a baby boy. I didn’t stray far from the desert table. Not only was everything delicious but also so pretty to look at. It almost felt criminal to eat those cute giraffes!A bakery out of Long Beach called Sweet And Saucy Shop made all the beautiful desserts. I might just go broke in gas bills driving to the LBC for these delicious and gorgeous treats.And those sticks in those oranges? Such a great idea!They rented all the vintage furniture and props at a place called Found Vintage Rentals and it really made such an impact! The problem with this though, is that you have to give all this incredible furniture back! That would break my heart!Look at that awesome cart where all the presents ended up living! So truly fabulous! Don’t you just want to put your feet up and sip on some lemonade?Oh and let’s not forget the incredible lunch they served! They used Anything But Ordinary Catering and not only was everything to-die-for-delish, it was also so beautifully arranged. Again, too pretty to eat! It was one of the most stunning showers I have ever been too. Every detail was thought of, everyone had a smile on their face, and the mom-to-be was just as gorgeous as the shower itself! Speaking of Steph, she is talented photographer behind all of this pictures. One day soon we are going to force her to just admit to being a professional photographer and start up a business! She’s fantastic!