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A baby boy shower doesn’t always have to be decorated in baby blue. Because this baby shower theme was for a gender reveal party, Jennifer, of Bella Grey Designs, wasn’t going to give away the surprise (although this was for a boy baby).
She used lemon yellow, white and grey decorations to carry the You Are My Sunshine ideas. The invitations, dessert table and carry-out favor boxes offer you some lovely ideas for a gender reveal theme. For the most delicious reveal ever, check out these gender reveal cupcakes.
- I love the colors and natural touches in this Woodland Boy Baby Shower.
- This gender neutral baby shower is full of beauty and vintage touches.
In all aspects of this shower, Jennifer used lots of texture; there is paper, metal, glass and fabric. Those contrasts, coupled with the repetition of colors, make a party more visually satisfying.
I really like the idea of using baby clothes as a banner. The tiny clothes look adorable and Mama-to-be receives an extra perk to take home, too!
The backdrop of paper medallions and the tub of cuddly, stuffed animals all partner for a cheery welcome. The chevron “guess” pennants are a fun way to front the dessert table for this theme.
Jennifer used a fabric cloth that has a sheen to it for the foundation, and that subtle shine also goes well with the silver pedestal and sparkly glass serving pieces, too.
A grey zinc bucket holds tree branches embellished with yellow and grey tissue flowers; a simple enrichment with a lovely result. A favorite quote displayed on the dessert table is nice touch; it’s one more thing to pique interest.
A selection of yellow and white candies and desserts fits well with the sunshine idea. Of course, lemon would be a first choice for yellow desserts. I like the lemons stacked in the vase behind the carafe holding lemonade.
Wrapping the beverage bottles with a grey sleeve and tying a yellow ribbon is another way to pull the colors together. Striped straws are a great choice.
Instead of serving a cake with a pink or blue interior, Jennifer opted for mini tins, which she filled with colored candy to match the baby’s gender.
If you’re looking for a fun way to host a gender reveal baby shower, this might be all the incentive you need!
Get the look of this gender reveal party with these party supplies:
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- Yellow Chevron Paper Treat Bags
- Yellow Pom Poms
- White Pom Poms
- Large Tub
- Yellow & Gray Paper Straws
- Vintage Glass Milk Bottles
- Tin Containers with Lids