Spring Shower Menus (Perfect for Baby or Bridal Showers)

Spring is just around the corner, and with it, warmer days and blooming flowers. It’s an excellent time for a bridal shower or baby shower because everyone will appreciate the opportunity to celebrate with family and friends after months of winter hibernation.

Our carefully crafted Spring Shower Menus are perfect whether you’re celebrating a new baby or a happy couple. The brunch menu is great for a lovely morning with your besties. Our dinner menu is light enough for an all-girls event, but filling enough for a co-ed shower where the guys are included. We know your guests will love whichever one you choose!


I love hosting brunch because most of the food can be prepared the day before your event so you’re not up cracking eggs at the crack of dawn. You’ll only have to turn on your oven and pop open your bottle of bubbly. Then you can sit back and sip mimosas alongside your best gal pals.

Blueberry French Toast from Sally’s Baking Addiction

Blueberry French Toast from Sally’s Baking Addiction

Your guests will enjoy a slice of heaven when they taste this Blueberry French Toast Casserole. And you’ll be in heaven too because it takes less than 30 minutes to prepare this delicious dish.

Asparagus, Spinach and Feta Quiche from Two Peas and Their Pod

Asparagus, Spinach and Feta Quiche from Two Peas and Their Pod

This quiche is full of spring veggies and takes only 20 minutes to prep. So the moral of the story is you can have an amazing brunch spread ready to go in about an hour. P.S. Leave off the crust for a lighter version of this quiche.

Fruit | Brunch Shower Menu

Honey Lime Rainbow Fruit Salad from Cooking Classy

Finish off your menu with some fresh fruit. This fruit salad is drizzled with a honey lime dressing for an extra special touch. If you’d prefer to have a green salad, feel free to snag the kale salad recipe from our dinner menu below.

Donut Cake | Brunch Spring Shower Menu

Donut Cake, photo courtesy of I Do Y’all

Mother always says you can’t have cake for breakfast, but we think this donut cake is perfect for breakfast! Just stack your favorite donuts and embellish with a few flowers for an easy “dessert.”


When it comes to hosting an evening shower, I often choose to serve a buffet style dinner (as opposed to a menu full of small bites) because it looks impressive and is always easier to prepare!

 One Pan Lemon Parmesan Chicken and Asparagus | Spring Shower Menu Dinner

One Pan Lemon Parmesan Chicken and Asparagus from Chelsea’s Messy Apron

This lemony chicken and asparagus recipe comes together in 20 minutes and can be made hours ahead of your party. Bake it right before you’re ready to serve dinner and you’re good to go.

Strawberry Spinach Salad

Spinach Strawberry Salad with Balsamic Poppy Seed Dressing from Well Plated

Because your entree includes a veggie on the side, you only need a salad to round out your dinner menu. This spinach salad has all the color and flavor to do the trick. Add more color and sweetness by tossing in some blueberries, raspberries, or mandarin oranges. 

Honey Lavender Cake | Spring Bridal Shower and Baby Shower Menu | RegistryFinder.com

Honey Lavender Cake from Sprinkles for Breakfast

Your dinner menu is complete, but we haven’t started on dessert yet! Every good shower has a cake and this Honey Lavender Cake fits the bill perfectly.

Lemon Bars

Lemon Bars with Shortbread Crust from Sally’s Baking Addiction

Brighten up the dessert table with some delicious lemon bars. These bars have a creamy lemon curd over a buttery crust. They are an easy dessert to have sliced and ready for guests to grab and devour!

Still looking for that perfect recipe? Take a peek at our Pinterest Board: Spring Shower Recipes for more great ideas!

And be sure to refer your guests to RegistryFinder.com where they can find all of your guest of honor’s wedding or baby registries in one place.

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