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Robot Baby Shower for Pottery Barn Kids

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I’m so excited to share the Robot Baby Shower theme that I styled for Pottery Barn Kids with you today – which they’ve playfully dubbed “Bundle of Bots”! Best news of all? This one comes with FREE downloads of all the robot party printables that I designed for this shoot. Enjoy!

Everything is covered in detail over on the PBK website – from how-to info on each of the party details to recipes for the super easy “Spare Parts” Pasta Salad and “Nuts & Bolts” Snack Mix. Here’s a screenshot from PBK:

potterybarn kids bundle of bots

Robot Mom + Baby Bot

The felt “mom” robot pictured above was probably my personal favorite detail from this theme… she was inspired by a plush robot toy I’d seen… but being the non-seamstress I am (sigh…), I needed to figure out an easier way to make a cute robot that didn’t require sewing. The solution? Empty gift boxes covered in (hot glued) felt! Yarn, buttons, and bamboo skewer “antennas” were used to add pops of cuteness and color.

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Scroll down for a closer look at some of the robot party details… and if you like the look of this theme but want something a little girlier for your favorite mom-to-be, we also have a Pink/Orange/Yellow version of the printables available on Ink!

robot baby shower printable napkin ring

glitter pacifier

robot baby shower ideas

glitter thought bubble sign

hwtm robot baby shower food table for potterybarn kids

robot baby shower food ideas

macaroni salad

robot baby shower from hwtm

robot party flag

robot baby shower cupcake toppers

robot cake pops

robot baby shower ideas

For the full recap and DIY Tutorials go click here! To download the FREE Printables click here!



– Party Styling & Printable Design: Jennifer Sbranti / Hostess with the Mostess
– Chevron wood spoons: Sucre Shop
– Display Tower: The Cupcake Tower
– Cake Pops: KCreative Cake Pops

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POSTED BY:jenn s.JENNIFER SBRANTI is the Founder and Creative Director of Hostess with the Mostess®, a hip and modern party planning resource.

34 responses to “Robot Baby Shower for Pottery Barn Kids”

  1. CONGRATULATIONS! The shower is amazing! What a great theme.

  2. Amy Cluck says:

    Beautiful! Could you tell me where the aqua cupcake liners came from? I’m having trouble finding that color for my wedding cupcakes.

  3. You are so talented and you make our Cupcake Tower looking amazing every time!

  4. Ledingham says:

    This robot party looks great. Love all the styling.

  5. Check out this cute party theme! Our White Kraft Favor Boxes make the perfect robot canvas for you to decorate.

  6. Love this!! I am working on a party right now, and would love to know how you made those cute thought bubbles for the table! Thanks for any help :)

    • alyssa says:

      We used wooden shapes with spray adhesive, then dusted them with glitter, then to seal the glitter use a layer of laquer. Also, just a quick tip, this can make your hands extremely sticky so we recommend wearing gloves. Thanks for asking, good luck crafting and please upload an album after your party- we’d love to see how it all turns out!!

  7. Christa Morgan says:

    This could not have been posted at a better time. I am throwing a baby shower for my sister-in-law next month for her new baby boy and the theme is robots! Her colors are grey and yellow and this is cute, but not too cute-sy. Exactly what I was looking for. Thank you!

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  12. Nicole says:

    Where did you get the pacifiers? I’ve seen them in various colors on some of your different blogs and would love to know how I can get my hands on some for my sister’s baby shower.

    • jenn s. says:

      Hi Nicole – They’re actually acrylic pacifiers that we add glitter too… you can get them at Michaels, Party City, Amazon, and a bunch of other places if you just google “acrylic pacifiers”. They usually start out blue or pink, then we cover them with spray adhesive and shake glitter over them. A little messy but super easy :) Hope that helps!

  13. Barbara says:

    Absolutely stunning! Is there any other way to download the free printables? It appears as though the Pottery Barn website ( cannot be accessed. I don’t know whether it is location-related, as the error states: “Sorry, due to website restrictions we are unable to display the requested page”. I am trying to access the website from South Africa?

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  15. Justine Temke says:

    Hi, i love this party theme, i am throwing a baby shower for my best friend i would love to order some of those articles from you. I am just wondering if you could let me know how you made those pompoms? thanks

  16. Justine says:

    Hi, i love this party theme, i am throwing a baby shower for my best friend i would love to order some of those articles from you. I am just wondering if you could let me know how you made those pompoms? thanks

  17. Ike says:

    I love this robot theme. how many of the decorations can be made from printables? The robot toppers are super cute.