A Baby Shower For My Newest Niece

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Hi, I'm Lianne

My little sister is expecting a baby girl next month and I was so excited to host a small baby shower to celebrate. Given the current state of the world, hosting an event is no easy task. We had to reschedule twice, and ultimately switched it to just a small gathering with some close friends and family. Either way, it was a beautiful day and I thought I’d share some photos from before company arrived, i.e. I forgot to take any while everyone was here!

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While it was a small event, we had a few fun things setup for guests between drinks and food. These baby prediction & advice cards were so cute, gender neutral and a great keepsake for the mom to be. As a little activity, I ordered blank onesies, some floral stencils and fabric paint and everyone got to create a onesie. They turned out so adorable!

Of course I didn’t remember to take a photo of them all finished but here are a few of everyone working on them. It was a great activity for the kids and adults alike.

Onesie Craft Supplies

  1. Onesies
  2. Fabric Paint
  3. Sponge Brushes
  4. Stencils

Directions: Place a piece of cardboard inside of onesie to prevent paint from bleeding through. Hold stencil firmly down on top of fabric and dab sponge brush over. I loved the ombre effect created when the colors are blended. Such an easy activity for everyone and the mom to be was left with something she will get a ton of use out of!

It was a great day to celebrate and I’m counting down the days until she’s here and I get to be an aunt again! Linked some other decor and sources we used below if you’re looking for an event you’ll be hosting!

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  1. Nicole Wise says:

    Beautiful! Do you have any suggestions or can you share what you used for plates, utensils, center pieces?

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