Monday, January 23, 2012

Baby Shower

First, I have to start by saying that I am sorry for the bad quality of the pictures you are about to look at. While prepping for the party, I forgot to charge my, completely dead, camera, so I had to snap these with my cell phone. I was able to get a few before everyone showed up.

Other than not having a camera for the first half an hour of the part, everything went well! The happy parents-to-be LOVED everything! I am so happy that they had such a great time. With that, here are the few pictures I took:

Here is the finished table. 

 
 This was taken right before I filled the pop corn boxes. The cars in front are these:

You can find these at The Lil Bee , or directly HERE for the brown and orange, and HERE for the blue and pink

I changed the colors to a darker brown with blue, and printed them on white card stock. This was a BIG hit! There were some really sweet answers that were tear jerkers. I had the guests full them out as soon as they arrived, and the mom-to-be read them after dessert.

Ready to Pop Boxes filled with pop corn. I bought he pop corn that you microwave, popped three bags, and filled these up. Super easy. Everyone loved them. I also made a little holder for the Wishes for Baby cards. Once the guests filled them out, they just slipped them into this sleeve. 

 
The last picture shows the cake pops I had set out, the blue lemonade, and pretzels. I also made that frame. Since we don't know the baby's name, I cut out a P for their last name. I used a matted frame, scrap book paper that read "baby boy" at the bottom, and the brown card stock to create that P.

Ok, one last picture... I wasn't going to show this one, but I also made a diaper wreath, and hung it on the back door. 
I also took off the curtains we had up and made some blue ones out of quilter's fabric. They only cost me $4! The diaper is off to oen side in this picture, but was eventually moved to the center. 

I wish I had better pictures for you, but I wanted you to see how everything turned out. I hope you enjoyed the pictures as much as we enjoyed the party! If you have any questions, feel free to shoot me an email.

1 comment:

  1. How did you chance the Wishes for Baby card? I found it as a PDF and am also looking to change the colors from orange to blue. Help!

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