Unique Baby Shower Diaper Cakes are always a big hit at a baby shower. In fact, you’ll often see one used as a baby shower centerpiece to decorate the table of the mother-to-be. Sometimes, mini diaper cakes will be placed on each table at the shower to create a festive baby mood.
Traditional diaper cakes are designed to look just like a cake. Most often they come in two, three, and four layer configurations. Really good ones look fabulous and are made with diapers plus quality layette items for baby. The above photo, for example, shows multi layer diaper cakes in pink and blue made by Silly Phillie® for 1800flowers.
Unique Baby Shower Diaper Cakes don’t have to look like a Cake
Who says all diaper cakes must look like a cake? Today, you’ll find many less traditional “diaper cakes” designed to look like something other than a cake. Some examples Include baby carriages, bassinets, strollers, sailboats, and lots of different animals.
In fact, Silly Phillie® just introduced two new animal inspired variations of a diaper cake. The first is an Elephant Diaper Cake for Twins. It includes diapers and layette items for both babies! In addition, the gift can be customized to match the gender of the new arrivals. Gifts for twins are hard to find. Check out
The second is the Caterpillar Baby Shower Centerpiece Gift Set. This one is made for a single baby and includes the customary diapers and layette items you’d expect in a diaper cake from Silly Phillie®. We’re excited about these unique new animal inspired baby shower diaper cakes. Look for others to follow in the near future.
About Silly Phillie®
Silly Phillie® designs and manufactures unique baby gifts, layette accessories and kids bathrobes. Silly Phillie® branded products are made with love in the USA. They are sold in select retail stores, on scores of e-commerce gift boutiques, and directly on www.sillyphillie.com.
Silly Phillie® Creations, Inc. is a woman owned family business since 1985. Please call 855.885.3900 to inquire about our uncommonly high quality baby gifts. Or send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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