Yellow Dress: Rent The Runway
Colorful Hoola Hoop: DIY from my amazingly talented sister-in-law!
Happy Tuesday, friends! I am SO excited to finally share the details from our Fiesta-themed gender reveal party. I knew I wanted to go all out with this first baby and do all the fun things that come with pregnancy (gender reveal party included). We had the BEST time celebrating with our closest family and friends (minus a few....cough cough MacKenzie and Chase) and couldn't be more thrilled about having a little GIRL. It still feels surreal to say that, and I honestly don't even know if it has sunk in yet. Get ready for all the little girl outfit inspiration because you know she will be styling!
We went with a fiesta theme because I wanted to do something a little different for our actual reveal, and I thought busting open a piñata would be super cute. We ended up filling this adorable cactus piñata that I got on Etsy with a couple bags of pink confetti.
For the decor, we worked with WittyBash and PaperFoxLA. WittyBash provided the amazing paper goods and a the colorful fan garland. I LOVED that we were able to incorporate the adorable cacti plates and napkins, and I think they really made the table scape. WittyBash has the most amazing selection of party supplies and is a one-stop shop for any of your needs when it comes to celebrations. I cannot wait to use her for future birthday parties for our little GIRL. The tassel garland was from PaperFoxLA and was the perfect colorful addition. We put one underneath the food set-up and another near the drink station and both ended up looking so cute. My incredibly talented and crafty sister-in-law, Sarah, designed and made the adorable floral hula hoop. Isn't it the coolest thing ever? I'm trying to convince her to custom-make them for people, so let me know if you would be interested.
My rockstar mom and MIL helped with all of the food. We started the evening with some delicious finger foods (I made these and they were a hit) and had a taco bar for dinner. It was SO yummy and relatively cheap to feed a bunch of people. For dessert, my friend Kayla from Sweet Freedom Cakes, baked us the most delicious cake I have ever tasted. My husband, who doesn't even really like cake, had three pieces. Kayla is amazing and does beautiful cakes for any occasion. I recommend the cinnamon bun flavor with the cream cheese frosting (to die for).
It was the best night to celebrate our sweet little girl! We are counting down the days until September.