Throwing a baby shower…

14678108651_6e0bebdb86_kIS SO MUCH FUN! I may have gone a little overboard planning a party for the arrival of my best friend’s baby gurl this past weekend. But it was worth it. Seeing as it was my first crack at throwing a baby shower, I didn’t really know when to say stop. But I couldn’t help myself. I was like a kid in a candy shop! After throwing my fair share of wedding related parties, it was like going into uncharted waters. I literally went down a Pinterest blackhole and ended up in Etsy heaven.14494570010_78b6896c5e_kThe theme was easy. This little girl already has an insatiable craving for cakes, cookies and ice cream, so an ice cream sociale seemed appropriate. Plus who doesn’t love a party that ends in cake and ice cream, right?14701113903_8d6d20bd9c_kPlus, an ice cream theme lended itself nicely to a pickle bar too. And again, foolproof. Who doesn’t love a pickle bar?!14681219625_aafff64d98_k14494540748_9ed542c57a_kWe did a few classic games but the real hit was the onesie decorating station! All you need is some scrap fabric, scissors, washable fabric glue and a needle and thread and BAM, you got yourself an instant craft circle.14677992101_54e2457c2f_kSeeing as all I can think about are all the ways I will spoil the little chickadee once she is born (because that’s what aunts do after all), I thought filling her mommy with 7 layers of cake and an ice cream sundae bar was the best way to start!14494515079_2c0d8d8957_k14494510948_b44f69b7d3_kAnd my favorite part about having cake and ice cream for dessert on a Saturday? The Sunday morning breakfast cake I get to have! xo Cait14678804634_b45ea4ee12_k

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