The Latest Baby Shower Gift Wrapping Ideas

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Lately there have been so many lovely images popping up of wrapping ideas, and many of these would be perfect inspiration for how to wrap baby shower gifts.

The Zulunar team thought that we would share some great ideas here that we found; Most of these techniques would work perfectly for wrapping our knitted baby blankets in!

 baby toy bunny on baby gift wrapping

gold deer toy on baby shower gift wrapping

We love this idea of celebrating the baby by including a toy on the outside of the gift as decoration, how cute does it look?

 colorful baby shower wrapping

festive baby shower wrap

There's nothing like a baby shower to get you feeling all bright and happy, so convey the same message with your wrapping. Multi coloured wrapping is also great when you don't know if the baby will be a boy or a girl.

 hot pink fluro wrapping with silver star

fluro pink love hearts

The fluro trend doesn't appear to be going away anytime soon, and we love this idea of using fluro pink accents on the wrapping when attending a shower for a baby girl.
Stickers make the decorating process quick and easy.

 baby gift wrapping painted and drawn

A fun idea where you can even get the children involved is painting loose shapes of colour onto brown craft paper and then drawing a shape on top to add definition.
The image here shows trees, but you can imagine the endless possibilities that could be used to decorate baby gift wrapping.

 colored pinwheels on baby gift

Paper pinwheels are back on trend thanks to brightly coloured paper. Set against a brown craft paper backdrop, these colours really pop.

 baby gift wrapping with colorful circles

Simple to do, yet so effective is to create this look using circles of coloured paper, tied with fine gold ribbon, the colours used here look so celebratory against white.

wrapped up newborn baby gift in japanese method

Lastly is this beautiful Japanese method of wrapping the gift in fabric. Not only is this method more eco-friendly by using leftover pieces of nice prints, but fabrics can always be reused or re-purposed by the receiver.
For purely practical gift giving, you could even use a swaddle or wrap to dress the present, then you know that the packaging will be used and loved time and time again.
Simply tie the two horizontal ends of the fabric together in the centre, then repeat with the vertical ends of the fabric, tying the second knot into the first to create a bow effect.


{All images sourced via Pinterest}

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