Rubber Duck Photo Booth

Party, Styling, Text and Photos by Sara Schmutz of Confetti Sunshine

This Project Is Part Of The “Rubber Duck Baby Shower” Party Series.

Photo booths are a party favorite, so why pass up an opportunity to grab a fun pic? For our rubber duck baby shower, we added a seat for the mother to be, and turned it into a gift-opening station and place to mingle with the guests.





  1. Create floating bubbles by using an assortment of white balloons. Fill white latex balloons of various sizes using the Balloon Time Helium Tank.
  2. Use a threaded needle to string the balloons all together on one string.
  3. Tape the bubble balloons to the ground.
  4. Arrange the honeycomb balls, giant rubber duck and banner around the balloons.
  5. Place a seat in the center of the arrangement for the perfect place for the mother-to-be to sit and enjoy the celebration.
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Note: Adult supervision is required when using balloons. Please read all warnings and precautions on the Balloon Time carton.

Written by: Sara Schmutz

Sara has been in love with parties and planning parties for as long as she can remember. And, she must be destined for more, since she has been blessed with three party loving daughters. There can never be too many tea parties at their house. And, her love for parties and unique ideas have not been overlooked. Sara has been a regular party contributor on One Charming Party, Pizzazzerie, Handmade Charlotte, Confetti Pop, Oh It's Perfect, And Then We Saved, & Red Barn Blog. She has also been featured on Pottery Barn, Disney's Baby Blog, Amy Atlas, Hostess with the Mostess, Babble, Apartment Therapy, Huffington Post, and more. Sara has also recently had a number of guest appearances on Utah's KUTV Fresh Living Show, where she shared some of her favorite party ideas. Sara loves planning parties and celebrating the special moments with her family and friends.