This weekend I threw my aunt Mikelle (who's only 2 years older than me, so she's more like my sister) a lovely little baby shower brunch. I love planning parties, and this was my first baby shower to plan so you can imagine my excitement. It turned out great and everyone, especially Mikelle and baby Aubrey (still in the womb) had a wonderful time.
This was my inspiration for the shower. Mikelle loves breakfast so we had to go with a brunch theme.
Isn't it so cute? The only thing I wish we had that we didn't is the bottles for milk and juice.
This is how it turned out. Not bad, check out that spread.
Thanks to everyone who helped out in bringing the food!
Instead of doing games we did crafts. We made bows for baby Aubrey and tied a quilt that I made for baby.
|The bows turned out so cute. We used mainly felt and satin.|
|All finished. It turned out so cute I think. (boy, finding the right fabric was quite the chore)|
And for the little details...
I made these two banners with fabric, ribbon, and fabric glue. Super easy, no sewing required!
These two garlands were also easy but time consuming. I borrowed my moms round die cut and punched out all those little circles then glued two together binding the string in the middle.
Oh the ever popular poms! Here's the tutorial for those precious little balls of fluff. (Sus loved them)
Here's a little snapshot to send you on your way. Our garbage lady. Yes she did this all on her own, she needed a little rest... crazy baby.
Hope everyone had a splendid weekend!