Real Parties: PINK & GOLD {Baby Shower}

My 'baby' sister Becka is having a baby! So to celebrate, we hosted a beautiful girly PINK&GOLD shower.
The party theme really started with this invitation. Like me, Becka loves Chevron :) I found this beautiful invite at "Print Your Heart Out" on Etsy. Laura, the shop owner, was wonderful to work with! She helped me customize the invite and even designed party circles, a banner, and mini flags to coordinate with the invite. I loved how easy it was to print the paper-goods from home.

Invite found at Print Your Heart Out
With PINK&GOLD on my mind, I scoured the web for inspiration. And when I saw this shower over at "Savinest" via "OntoBaby"- I knew I wanted to create something similar. There is just something so glam and feminine about this color combination.



The shower was held at my Dad's house. My mom, stepmom, and Becka's friend Bergen also helped to host. This party was definitely a team-effort!

Bergen my amazing co-host!
Guests were greeted at the door with a large gold 'chalkboard' sign. (Simply done by spray painting an old frame gold and then filling it with black poster board. I used a gold Sharpie markers for the lettering.) 

The dessert table was my favorite part. Bergen made the beautiful poms that hung from the ceiling.

Banner from "Print Your Heart Out"

Lunch consisted of a variety of yummy, homemade goodies.
Sandwich Flags from "Print Your Heart Out"
Clusters of hydrangeas from "Flower Muse" filled gold painted mason jars.

 Guests were invited to paint onesies for baby Molly.

A beloved children's book "Guess How Much I Love You" served as the guest book for the shower.

Becka and Josh were touched by how many people gathered to celebrate the impending arrival of little Molly.

 We can't wait to meet their little girl!

Invites and Paper Goods:
**Shop "Print Your Heart Out" and receive %15 off with promo code: CRAFTYTEXAS1

Desserts: Market Street     Flowers: Flower Muse 

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