Here are the details:
Mommy-to-be Becky didn't know if she is going to have a girl or a boy so I wanted her baby shower to be gender neutral. I also wanted her shower to be uber elegant for this very classy lady. So, I decided to go with a classic black and white color scheme and include touches of red for a pop of color. The theme of the shower is Baby Love and it features bold stripes, classic damask print and red hearts.
The dessert table featured gluten-free items, such as marshmallows, chocolate covered strawberries and fresh summer berries, because the mommy to be is on a gluten-free diet. Also, I was able to purchase a single gluten-free cupcake from Oh Snap! in Pensacola. Everyone was able to take home a personalized Hershey chocolate bar as a party favor.
Of course, no baby shower would be complete without fun games. First we played “Candy Bar Clues.” Co-host, Sarah, created a board on which she attached various candy bars using velco. The board was placed at the front of the room so everyone could see the bars. She then read a list of clues to describe each stage of having a baby and the first guest to shout out the correct candy bar got to keep it. We then played Baby Bingo. Whilst the mommy-to-be opened her gifts, each guest checked off her items on a bingo sheet.
What People Drank
Ginger lemonade, apple cider, bottled water.
Chocolate and vanilla cupcakes including a gluten free option for the mom-to-be. Gluten-free lemon wafers, gluten-free truffles, chocolate covered strawberries, cake pops, summer berries with clotted cream. Other sweet treats such as marshmallows and Hershey chocolate kisses.
Activities / Games
Baby Bingo and Guess the Chocolate Bar