We wanted a gender neutral color palette because as it was gender reveal, we didn't want to give anything away! We figured that white and gold was the best way to go.
We had the guests wear pink if their guess was that the baby is a girl and blue if it was a boy. The pinks and blue we believed would go perfectly with the neutral decor color palette.
What's amazing here is that since almost everything was DIY except for the rented props (even the cake was homemade), we spent so little on the decor so we were able to splurge on the food and giveaways.
We decided to style a photo backdrop and a simple tablescape/dessert table with the cake as the focal point. Everything was set up in less than 30 minutes and it turned out better than we imagined.
For a good look at the event, you can view the blog post here: https://usofiae.wordpress.com/2017/12/23/baby-shower-gender-reveal/
What People Ate
Pina Colada Cheesecake
He/She Hershey's Bars
Activities / Games
Pop the Baby, Guess the Belly Size, and Guess the Number of Cookies in the Baby Bottle