Literally precious! Have your doctor put the gender of the baby in an envelope, take it to a baker and they can put blue or pink food dye in the cake mix. Have a party with your closest friends and family, so you can share the surprise with your loved ones.
ended up making little stations around the house for girls to go. First was the photo booth and guestbook station, then I had drinks and some extra 80's outfits and accessories, then the main food and drink station, and lastly the game and prizes station. At the last station I gave every girl a to-go cup to fill with their drink of choice for the drive to downtown, drink tickets, a scavenger hunt list, and a bachelorette bingo card.
Another pinner wrote, "Milk and Cookies Toast for the kids. I've been to tons of weddings with my kiddos and this is the most attention to detail I've ever seen. How fabulous is that?? LOVE *is* in the details!?
Baby shower punch - We did this at a baby shower for a friend and everyone loved it. I don't know if it will work for ours since we're thinking hot chocolate bar (and people might get confused by the blue since she's having a girl but it's supposed to look like a bathtub with blue water, get it?!) but I wanted to throw it out there as an idea!
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