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It all started with a design I did on photoshop...this just helps me be a little more organized and keeps me on track (or else I keep buying and adding more things). Then I made a super cute and useable invitation (for those with little ones). They were rolled up invitations in GLASS baby bottles. I filled them with color themed confetti and tied with multiple ribbons and a mini pacifier. For the centerpieces I used paper umbrellas in pilsner vases (its a SHOWER). I put my utencils in mini cheveron bags and tied a "Buen Provecho" label to it...which means Bon Appetite in spanish. The hubby made a table top canopy and I made a BeBe Bistro sign for our buffett station. The dessert table was filled with tons of goodies.
What People Ate
We had tons of Mexican food, Pozole, Tacos and Tostadas with Shrimp.
What People Drank
Lemonade & Water & Mexican Punch
When the ladies measured my belly!
It was just priceless to see all the ladies smelling and tasting the dirty diapers (melted chocolate)!!!
Most Touching Moment
Opening presents and realizing how tiny my little man was going to be and that soon he would be with me.
Tres Leches cake, sugar cookies, cupcakes, petite fours, jello, yogurt, bannana moonpies, rice krispies, ice cream and color themed candy.
Our guest got to take a Chinesse box home with tons of candy.
Activities / Games
We had the dirty diaper game, clothes pin game, and the meassuring of the belly game.
Baby Boy Onesie Babyshower
Cheveron and clothespin inspired