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Pink & Peach Baby Shower

Pink and Peach Shower

November 15, 2013 Sarah Coggins
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Our playgroup is growing by one more little girl and, naturally, we had a nice moms afternoon out for tea. Our theme this time took a little creative thinking. We decided on a Pink and Peach Shower – pink for a girl, peach for Georgia peaches (a tribute to her name, Savannah), and lollipops in honor of her older sister’s nickname for her “Lolly.”

Knowing that tea service fills the table, we kept our decorations to a minimum – pretty peach roses added to the existing floral arrangement, rose petals spread across the table, and homemade Oreo lollipops in little buckets for favors.

Alicia made another one of her gorgeous diaper cakes. This one accented with lollipops, peach roses, and onesies in lollipop shapes.

I made the keepsake invite for the mom.

I wish I had taken a better photo, but this gives the idea. Using a free template, Stacey cut the bracket shape for me on her Silhouette. I then printed the outline and text; and finished it off with a peach flower sticker that matched the Oreo lollipop favors.

We also had small bags of flavored popcorn with labels “ready to pop” and jars of candies provided by the mom’s sister.

A simple & sweet Pink and Peach Shower – a wonderful afternoon for us to celebrate. We’re all looking forward to meeting the newest member of our playgroup!

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