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Lucian’s Gender Reveal Party


I had no idea what the sex of our baby was yet, so we had the ultrasound tech. write the sex on a card and place it in a sealed envelope, and we took that to our baker, who then filled the cake with the color filling that matched the sex of the baby.... our baby BOY! so it was filled with blue, it was a really fun & emotional way to find out, I'm really happy we did it this way! I didnt want a baby shower, but still wanted a party, and this was perfect!!

Design Inspiration

I chose Tiffany blue, Gold, Silver & white as my color scheme...I wanted a regal/royal theme- because Tiffany blue is a shade of blue that I think works for both girls & boys (but I must say its a tough color to match perfectly when accessorizing the party, half of what I ordered online arrived being actual baby boy blue... but it all worked out in the end!!)

Project Details

I did a TON of online shopping since I was on bed rest most of the time, but searching online is a great way to save on items that cost WAY more in stores anyhow, between that, party city, michael's & smarty had a party, I was set. But remember before shopping to utilize what you already have at home! Its a great way to save $$$!!!!

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  2. avatar Marissa says:

    I think this was beautiful. Where did you find the pink and blue passy ornaments in the tree? We did this with cupcakes for our daughter, and we did blue decor for our son’s party to surprise our family so I love these parties. I didn’t have the willpower or patience to wait to find out though, lol. I kind of enjoyed our guests watching to see if we were going to slip up before cupcake time, but we didn’t.

  3. Very cute! We have another fun way to reveal a baby’s gender. Check it out:

  4. avatar Rachael says:

    I love the idea and the colors. I wish I had come up with an idea like this. Finding out with friends and family has to be better than in an uncomfortable doc office with the ultrasound tech. :) It looks beautiful.

  5. avatar michelle says:

    I loooooove this idea! How amazingly special. Such a great job with the decor as well

  6. avatar Beccy Foulger says:


    I love the pics and love love love the idea! i think it’s great! how did you reveal the baby’s gender? x

  7. avatar Amanda Ross says:

    I love this idea! As the mother of one suprise baby, and a second surprise on the way, I have two unopened envelopes in my china cabinet with the sex of the baby written on a paper inside them. This was such a cute idea!

  8. avatar justmissy says:

    Thank you!!! It drove me crazy having to wait to actually find out, but I’m really happy I did it this way!! It was worth the wait and the happy tears were flowing!! :)

  9. avatar Dandelion says:

    The color scheme you chose is so classy and elegant. I love Tiffany blue! And I like how you made the party a surprise for yourself, too. It must have been so fun and thrilling.

  10. I love how this party turned out!!! It looks amazing, and Veuve is definitely my favorite champy {although I haven’t had much since getting pregnant and even after having baby J.