Gender Reveal Party

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My husband and I are expecting our first baby in October and decided to throw a Gender Reveal Party to share the news of what we were having with friends and family! It's a Boy!

Design Inspiration

I decided to do a Blue and Pink theme so I just kept my eyes peeled for blue and pink items when I would go shopping. I also got inspiration from DIY blogs.

Decorating Style

Simple yet fun!

Project Details

For this project, I looked at many different websites and blogs. I got inspiration from a few other ladies that I knew that had done this typ of party before. I made all the decorations and desserts myself. I love DIY projects!

Favorite Items

My favorite decorations that I made for the party were the "party poms"! They're easy to make and look great!


Have fun with everything and DIY decorations are really easy to make! Give it a shot!


  1. 1

    Kudos to you for making everything DIY! Your decorations look fun, and I like that you didn’t go overboard. So how did you reveal your baby’s gender? Through the color of the icing inside your cupcakes, as seen in one of the photos?

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    Yes, everyone bit into their cupcakes at the same time for the reveal! We just injected blue icing into the middle of the cupcakes before icing them.

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    Very cute! What was the blue juice? I’m having a boy shower and the colors are turquoise and lime green. I’ve been trying to think of what drink to use that’s blue.

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    i love the idea of a gender reveal party! and the blue icing is great. well done :) and at gg4jc: maybe have lemonade with a few drops of blue food colouring?

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    gg4jc- Sorry I am just now responding to your question! The blue drink was actually blue Kool-Aid. They have 2 or 3 different blue flavors. Hawaiian Punch also makes a blue punch! 

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    The cookies are precious! I love them, wish I had thought of that for our daughter’s gender reveal this past June

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