21 Sep

Free Printables: Cirque du Bebe {PINK}

French Circus Baby Shower printables

The original Cirque du Bebe Baby Shower featured lots of electric blue & yellow, but this theme would be fabulous in a bright pink & yellow palette too!

French Circus Baby Shower printables

For those of you that would like to host this theme in honor of a new baby girl, I created new versions of the custom prints & party signage with all of the blue areas swapped out for hot pink.

You’ll find downloadable versions of each of the different PINK party signs below – including framable prints in 4×6/5×7/8×10, a 22×28″ poster, drink menu, place cards/buffet labels, and paper patterns for wrapping vases, embellishing party favors, etc. Please read the Important Note at the bottom of this post before downloading. (To download the BLUE versions instead, click here.)

French Circus Baby Shower printables

PINK Cirque du Bebe title poster – 22 x 28″Download

PINK Cirque du Bebe title print – 8 x 10″Download


French Circus Baby Shower printables

PINK Cirque du Bebe 4×6 prints (2 designs) – Download


French Circus Baby Shower printables

PINK Cirque du Bebe 5×7 prints (6 designs, pictured above & below) – Download

French Circus Baby Shower printables

French Circus Baby Shower printables


French Circus Baby Shower printables

PINK Cirque du Bebe drink menuDownload
{Customize this menu by printing your drink menu out on a piece of white cardstock sized at 5×6″ or smaller, then center it on top of the pink area in this menu design.}

PINK Cirque du Bebe Foldover Cards – Download
{These small foldover cards work well as food markers/labels on a buffet or as table place cards. 2 designs / 4 cards per page}


French Circus Baby Shower printables

PINK Cirque du Bebe paper patternsDownload
{Each pattern is sized to fit on tabloid paper (11×17). Use these patterns to cover vases, embellish party favors, create DIY napkin rings, placemats, etc.}


For best print quality, I strongly recommend having these files printed at a place like Kinkos, Copy Club, or another local printer. Due to the heavy ink coverage in the designs, it will most likely be more affordable in the long run to have them printed commercially than to use up all of the ink cartridges on your home printer… and less of a hassle too! (Just download the files and burn them to a disc or copy them to a removable thumb drive for easy file transfer.)

If you do plan to printing these at home, be sure to use photo-quality paper for best results!


For detailed info on all of the decor & drink ideas for this theme, click here. (Just remember to swap out anything blue for PINK in this case!)


*IMPORTANT NOTE: You are free to download and print these designs for your personal use only. Please do not attempt to resell or redistribute them. If you’d like blog about these templates, please make sure to link to the full post at HWTM and not directly to the downloadable files. Thank you!

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jenn s. SAYS:

Hi Kandice –

The font is called “JF Ringmaster”. You can find it on dafont.com for free! :)

Reply September 22, 2009 at 12:02 pm

Kandice SAYS:


Reply September 22, 2009 at 12:28 pm

Margie SAYS:

Thankyou to send this through, that sounds great. Enjoy the day.
P.S can I send through some images also, where would I send them?
Kind Regards Margie

Reply September 24, 2009 at 8:55 pm

PartyPrimadonnna SAYS:

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Reply September 26, 2009 at 9:19 pm

lindsay SAYS:

hey! i LOVE these. I’m doing a fake ad campaign for an english class I’m in, and really want to use some sort of frame like the one you used. was that a vector image/brush? if you could point me in the right direction, that would be great. keep up the great work!!

Reply September 28, 2009 at 8:52 pm

jenn s. SAYS:

Hi Lindsay –
Are you referring to the swirly border that the words “La Celebration” are in on the very first print?

Reply September 29, 2009 at 6:18 am

lindsay SAYS:

yup, that’s the one! :)

Reply September 29, 2009 at 7:54 am



Reply February 24, 2010 at 8:40 pm

Melanie Bauernschmidt SAYS:

Love this theme!!!! Can you tell what font that is for the invites???? thank you

Reply March 3, 2010 at 12:47 pm

Melanie Bauernschmidt SAYS:

BTW, I went to print the invite at a copy place and the invites turned out to be more of a red than pink…Has anyone else had that problem???
thanks again

Reply March 3, 2010 at 12:48 pm

jenn s. SAYS:

Hi Melanie –

The main font used on these signs is called “JF Ringmaster” and you can download it for free here:

Sorry to hear about the color issue you had with the pink! These files definitely came out hot pink at the local printer that I use… it all depends on the ink output of each individual machine, but sometimes shops can adjust either the machines to alter the color or the files themselves to fit the machines. Good luck!

Reply March 3, 2010 at 8:16 pm

solid wood furniture SAYS:

good design ,this pictures are really beautiful!

Reply August 4, 2010 at 1:58 am

Silk bouquets SAYS:

I love the colors, it’s a great theme.

Reply October 12, 2010 at 1:39 am

Gaby SAYS:

I can’t download anything. It is something worn with the files?

Reply November 15, 2010 at 1:10 pm

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