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My sister's gender reveal party was a huge success. Here are some pictures from the fun event. For a little recap-this is my sister's 4th kiddo. She has 3 boys and wanted to do something fun to see what the gender of the 4th baby would be. I told her that Creative Celebrations could help her throw a fun Gender Reveal Party. Her color scheme was green (for a boy) and purple (for a girl).
We had a great time hanging out with friends and family and finding out what the gender of this precious baby would be!!!
We decided on a download invite from Etsy. My sister was then able to send out the invitation via text and created a Facebook Event for the party using the invitation.
We went with a Popcorn Bar for this events snacks. There were 4 different types of popcorn to choose from and 8 different types of candies to add to the popcorn. We also had tea, lemonade and a cake!
The color scheme was purple and green so we went all out with those colors and added a hint of gold for an accent color. Since the invite read: King or Queen Which Will It Be we also incorporated crowns into the decor.
Since this was not a baby shower we didn't do games, but we did have some activities set up around the room that could keep guests entertained.
Guests brought packs of diapers and for every pack they bought they were entered into a drawing for a prize given at the end of the party!
Jelly Bean Guessing
Guests guessed how many jelly beans were in the jar, BUT there was a twists. The jelly beans were green and purple and there were more of one color than the other depending on whether baby was gonna be a boy or girl. The winners won gift baskets.
Name That Baby
Guests were asked to give name suggestions for the baby. They wrote girl names on purple paper and boy names on green paper.
here were so many families with kiddos that were coming we wanted to be sure that the kids had something to do. On their table there were crowns and crayons for them to decorate as well as green and purple beads for them to wear. There were horn blowers and suckers for the kids to enjoy.
Guests were given a chance to get their picture taken and write their guess of boy or girl on the picture. There were props they could use and a cork board for them to display the pictures and guesses!
My sis wanted to use silly string to reveal the gender of the baby. If the silly string was purple then it was a girl. If the silly string was green then it was a boy.
I'm so happy for my sis and bro-in law! Another boy to add to the crew!
All About ME
I am Tanya, a 38 year old wife and mother of two. I currently reside in St. Louis, MO. I started Creative Celebrations as way to share with others my love for party planning. I hope that each time you visit you will come away with a tip, trick or new idea to make your event a CREATIVE CELEBRATION!