Today's baby shower is full of colour. We were anticipating the arrival of not one but two babies to our group - a baby boy and a baby girl. This party was planned by my friend, B who catered food for this party. So if you aren't confident in cooking up a party, don't worry, you can always outsource that aspect.
She bought mini chicken pies and fruit tarts and a delicious chocolate cake from awfully chocolate which was very good (as always). We also enjoyed ampang yong tau foo from a famous stall that is closeby to her house.
For decorations, she hung little toys that her kids used to own on the table lamp (see the image above). Don't you love that simple but clever idea?
As a special gift for the mum-to-be's, I set up a craft station with fabric paint and stamps. Guests were given free reign to design bibs for the babies. I squeezed the paint onto sauce plates and we used straws to evenly apply the paint to the stamp. Ideally, you should use a paintbrush but I forgot to bring those and so we used straws.
STAMP A BIB Craft Station
- Fabric Paint
- Sauce Plates
1. Choose the colour of the paint and the stamp that you want to use.
2. Paint an even layer of paint on the stamp.
3. Press down on the bib.
4. Remove & wipe the paint off with a wet wipe.
5. Continue stamping until your design is completed.
6. Leave the bibs to dry overnight.