Party Recap

It all started with a design I did on photoshop...this just helps me be a little more organized and keeps me on track (or else I keep buying and adding more things). Then I made a super cute and useable invitation (for those with little ones). They were rolled up invitations in GLASS baby bottles. I filled them with color themed confetti and tied with multiple ribbons and a mini pacifier. For the centerpieces I used paper umbrellas in pilsner vases (its a SHOWER). I put my utencils in mini cheveron bags and tied a "Buen Provecho" label to it...which means Bon Appetite in spanish. The hubby made a table top canopy and I made a BeBe Bistro sign for our buffett station. The dessert table was filled with tons of goodies.


Party Highlights

  • What People Ate

    We had tons of Mexican food, Pozole, Tacos and Tostadas with Shrimp.

  • What People Drank

    Lemonade & Water & Mexican Punch

  • Best Moment

    When the ladies measured my belly!

  • Funniest Moment

    It was just priceless to see all the ladies smelling and tasting the dirty diapers (melted chocolate)!!!

  • Most Touching Moment

    Opening presents and realizing how tiny my little man was going to be and that soon he would be with me.

  • Desserts

    Tres Leches cake, sugar cookies, cupcakes, petite fours, jello, yogurt, bannana moonpies, rice krispies, ice cream and color themed candy.

  • Party Favors

    Our guest got to take a Chinesse box home with tons of candy.

  • Activities / Games

    We had the dirty diaper game, clothes pin game, and the meassuring of the belly game.

  • Budget


  • Baby Boy Onesie Babyshower

    Cheveron and clothespin inspired


Party Helpers

  • Nancy Flores

    Party Planner




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    Sandy D wrote:

    what size parasol did you use for this centerpiece?

  • Nancy F

    Nancy F wrote:

    It is a Large parasol and I believe the exact measurements are 32"diameter 21" in length :)