LilSugar’s 20 Adorable Baby Shower Cake Pops


We’re excited to bring you another great article from LilSugar, a fantastic source for mamas who want advice and news about everything from packing healthy lunches to mastering the art of stroller chic. This week, we’re featuring their 20 Adorable Baby Shower Cake Pops.



Bite-sized cake pops are the perfect sweet treat for baby showers. The dainty confections have become such a popular element of dessert tables, that there’s inspiration for every style of shower, no matter the theme or mood. We’ve rounded up 20 of the prettiest pops to shower mom-to-be!

Nautical Navy Cake Pops

Set sail to a nautical-themed shower with these elegant navy and white anchor cake pops.

Source: Sweet Lauren Cakes

Retro Chic Cake Pops

A playful palette of fun-colored pops adorned in whimsical designs are perfect for a vintage or retro-inspired shower.

Source: Molly Bakes

Baby Motif Cake Pops

Little duckies, onesies, bibs, and rattles are depicted on the front of these one-of-a-kind baby shower cake pops. We can totally see these in pink and purple for a girl’s baby shower!

Source: Anju

Owls Take the Cake Pops

These googly-eyed pink owl cake pops are a supersweet touch for an owl-themed (or any!) baby shower.

Source: Flickr User JT Events

Baby Feet Cake Pops

A cake pop bouquet makes a sweet table centerpiece at any baby shower! These baby feet cake pops – arranged in a vase – do double duty as decadent decor.

Source: Sweet Lauren Cakes


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Sophisticated Gender Neutral Cake Pops

Yellow and blue cake pops are a perfect color combo for Spring, and are appropriate for a girl, boy, or surprise baby!

Source: These Peas Are Hollow

Baby Bluebird Cake Pops

Sweet bird cake pops are perfect for a birds-and-bees-themed baby shower! These delicious bird cake pops are made from chocolate cake, dipped in blue candy melt, and decorated with rainbow sprinkles, food-color markers, and modeling chocolate for the wings.

Source: Midtown Sweets

Tea Time Cake Pops

Kick off high tea with beautifully-detailed cake pops in the shape of teapots and teacups.

Source: Molly Bakes

Color-Coordinating Cake Pops

For an affordable and simple look, you can customize plain colored cake pops with a striped paper straw as the pop stick and a coordinating ribbon. Super sophisticated, and easy!

Source: Seriously Daisies

Safari Baby Shower Cake Pops

Even if you don’t splurge on custom party paper goods, you can still have a one-of-a-kind baby shower – and custom cake pops to match your decor is a must! Check out these adorable baby lion cake pops for a safari-themed party.

Source: Sweet Lauren Cakes

Hatchling Cake Pops

Cake pops for a soon-to-be-here hatchling! To coordinate with the “Eggs Hatching” baby-shower theme, these cracked-eggs-in-a-nest cake pops are truly unique.

Source: Jasmin Fine of 1 Fine Cookies

Baby Face Cake Pops ($25 For 12)

Baby cake pops! Cupcake wrappers and ribbons look like bonnets on these handmade Baby Shower Cake Pops. So sweet!

Bees Baby Shower Cake Pops

Sweet bee cake pops are perfect for a birds-and-bees-themed baby shower. These delicious bee cake pops are made from vanilla cake, dipped in yellow candy melt, and decorated with black fondant and white chocolate wafers for the wings.

Source: Midtown Sweets

Baby Carriage Cake Pops

Baby carriage designs on cake pops make the perfect bite-sized treat for a baby shower. Choose your icing color to coordinate with your decor for a cohesive design.

Source: Sweet Lauren Cakes

“It’s a Girl” Cake Pops ($30 For 12)

Spell it out! Decorate the dessert table at a girly baby shower with cake pops that state the obvious – like these “It’s a Girl” Cake Pops.

Pretty in Pink Cake Pops

The sweetest sweets for a little girl! Celebrate mama-to-be and her soon-to-be-here baby girl with a pink shower featuring cake pops galore. The fondant teddy bears, booties, and flowers make these extra special.

Source: Anju

Baby Block Cake Pop

Get personal! Customize your baby shower cake pops by personalizing them with baby’s initials (or first initial of the last name, if the gender/baby name are still a surprise). Making your cake pops square to resemble toy blocks will have all the guests talking!

Source: Flickr User Cake Pop Lady

Little Lamb Cake Pops

White candy beads and pink heart nose make these sheep cake pops a supersweet treat for a little lamb or storybook-themed baby shower.

Source: Painted Sugar

Baby Rattle Cake Pops

What’s shakin’? A rattle cake pop, that’s what! Check out this original idea for a cake pop – the ultimate baby shower party favor.

Source: Flickr User KimC (NJ)

Baby Bootie Cake Pops ($20 for 12)

Tiny baby booties are the cutest accents for these sweet pink and white pops.

Source: Sweets Fairy Bakeshop

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  • Suzanne Brown

    I LOVE cakepops!

  • Lynn Tremblay

    Amazing T you really out did yourself, I would love to learn how to make them they look so hard though.

  • Marita S Homstvedt

    Wow! So pretty they are! I have never tride to make or eat cakepops but now I see that I really gotta try 😀 They look sooo adorable !

  • Kiara Ramirez

    They are adorable! and they are not hard to make, really, find a tutorial on line and try it just once and you’ll see that they are actually a lot of fun to make!

  • Jessica Orona

    OMG- delish!!! <3

  • Silje

    So pretty they are :)

  • Crystal Howard

    I love making cake pops. I Love the rattle pops! I defintely going to try those for the next baby shower I attend.

  • doreen porzio

    They all are so amazing looking but the ones that really stand out to me are: The Retro Chic Cake pops, Vintage looking!! Yellow & blue with the little pearls, Tea Time, Baby Rattle, & the Baby Bootie Cake Pops!!! Okay so I’m not good at making a decision!! I Love the Girly ones, I guess the most!! They are ALL beautiful!! :))

  • celestealayne

    These are truly edible works of art!!! Thank you so much for sharing these spectacular ideas!

  • Jeanne Tutt

    wow! truly taken off as a hit!making me hungry and wanting to eat my screen!

  • Kaleen Shaffar

    We make these all the time, for the past 4 years anyways. We use them at graduations, baby showers, birthdays, christmas, etc etc. We make oreo balls and sugar cookie balls for the inside of them. My next oreo balls are going to be dipped in white chocolate and placed on golf tees to resemble golf balls — for my husbands 30th birthday!! I cant wait! Oh, and I even made a how to video. :)

  • Alicia Cadet

    Love cake pops! These are ll beautiful and creative. Right up my alley.


  • itsmetigress

    Just wanted to stop by real quick, I know you featured The Sweets Fairy Bakeshop on your page awhile back. I had one order from her that was amazing, so in August I placed another order, and never received it. There are several people that have never gotten their orders and she has started removing the negative comments and blocking us from her page. She has gotten new traffic recently and I wanted to give everyone a heads up. Not sure what happened in her life but PLEASE be careful in ordering from them. I am also out of luck getting any money back from paypal since it is outside the time frame, do not let her make you wait more than 30 days for your order if you do decide to take your chances.