It certainly seems like all our favorite celebrities are expecting this year. Halfway through 2017, it's been a joy to follow the prenatal journeys of the famous mamas-to-be, from their sweet pregnancy announcements to their covetable maternity style to one of the biggest days before baby—the baby shower. Just this past weekend, three lovely ladies—Beyoncé, Lauren Conrad, and Rosie Huntington-Whiteley—celebrated the little ones they'll soon be welcoming to their families. Though coverage of the fêtes was limited (these celebs keenly kept their festivities more or less out of the public eye), we were able to track down some photos for a glimpse into the 2017 way celebrities are doing baby showers. Keep scrolling to see the sweet ways Beyoncé, Lauren Conrad, and Rosie Huntington-Whiteley threw their push parties and take a look at the baby shower trends in store this year.
The mom-to-be has said she isn't a fan of traditional maternity wear and opted for a summery striped Ulla Johnson dress.
Conrad kept the decorations low-key with white balloons and green foliage that almost blended right into the surroundings.
The pool made a lovely backdrop for photos with friends.
Topped with berries and actual flowers, the white cake was a lovely tie-in to the laid-back, natural theme.
Since announcing she's expecting twins, Beyoncé has taken a much more extravagant approach to her pregnancy, with gorgeous photo shoots and plenty of Gucci for maternity wear.
It's no surprise that her baby shower, aptly titled "Carter Push Party" was an over-the-top affair, complete with floor-to-ceiling decorations and lavish costumes.
Beyoncé's ornate party outfit included a henna tattoo on her baby bump.
The party fittingly had not one but two cakes to celebrate.
Instead of a photo booth, Beyoncé had a photographer take gorgeous black and white photos with "The Carter Push Party" handwritten below.
Rosie Huntington-Whiteley donned a wedding dress for her baby shower, and the rest of the festivities followed in her footsteps, exuding elevated elegance.
With a white and burlap color palette accented by pops of yellow and a hint of rose, the décor was befitting of a wedding but a lovely setting for the shower.
Speckled sunlight through the shade of trees gave the backyard party picture-perfect lighting for photos.
Sprigs of greenery instead of flowers provided a more modern take on florals.