I absolutely love mason jars, I love how this baby shower tied a bow around the jars and used pink for the straws and sign. From: http://www.trendy-baby-shower-ideas.com/images/pink4.jpg
Here is another cute idea, you can wrap a cloth around the drinks and put a baby diaper safety pin to hold it in place. I like how they used a pink drink for their girl baby shower. This would be yummy with some Jones Soda. From: http://www.donnahay.com.au/styles/60-baby-shower-drinks/
Here is the same kind of idea with a cloth and baby pin. It doesn't need to be a blue or pink drink, if you are using different colors in the baby shower, the drinks can be a great way to bring that color into the shower. From: http://littlelovely.typepad.com/littlelovely/2010/06/little-party-rustic-baby-shower.html
This baby shower used gray and yellow. The drink was a great way to bring in that color. I love the gray and white straws, what cool glass containers they used. These could definitely be thrown in the dishwasher to use again for another party. From: http://blog.peartreegreetings.com/2012/05/baby-shower/
Another cute drink idea for a baby shower was using milk. I loved these cute milk glasses filled with milk with a cute straw and bow. They used a palet of gray, white, and red. Really really cute. From:
Another party using milk. Can you tell these striped straws are quite popular? From:
I love the pitchers they used in this baby shower. Using a few (whether they match or not) can look so cute and give a variety of options. From:
Back to mason jars, I love the bow ties around the jars and how the jars are placed onto a cake stand.
If you want to decorate your mason jars more, you can buy different lids to put straws in. Makes it really cute and something I would for sure use over and over again. From: http://blog.hwtm.com/2009/02/sipping-in-style-clever-barware/
Here is a taller mason jar with a cute lid. On this jar they glued a cute mustache sign to go along with their boy baby shower theme.
Ha, I wanted to include this drink idea too, punching a hole in the top of a baby bottle for guests to drink milk out of. You probably wouldn't be able to use the top part again, but interesting idea.