Beautiful food table and flowers. Perfectly pink!
I loved this antique pram. One of the coolest parts of the showers was that guests were asked to bring a book with a note to the baby instead of a card. I can't wait to read her the messages from her well wishes each time we start to read a book. How special!
Some of the amazing gifts for little lady! I didn't open them myself and since I was chatting the whole time I really didn't get to see many of them. My mom helped me pack up the car and unload it at home (Forrest was en route from Colorado--he went on one last ski trip with the guys). I know that I will hold the evening that Forrest and I spent unpacking her presents and marveling at her tiny things in my heart forever. It was such a sweet moment for us.
Loved these amazing monogrammed goodies from Jenny. She owns Blossom Blanks, a "blanks" distributor, and I am reaping the benefits of all the sweet things she sells!!
The shower was not only an amazing party full of laughter and hugs, it was kind of a signal that the baby is really on her way. It also was a fun milestone for myself. I loved sharing the day with my mom and closet friends. Just like a bridal shower gets you set up to start your new life as a married woman, a baby shower gets you ready to start your new life as a mommy. I tried to cherish and remember every moment. I hope my little one is blessed with friends as wonderful as mine! Thanks again girls for a magical day! (Jenny, Farrah, Kelly, Kelli, Brittney, Lauren, Deborah, Randi, Julie, Mamatha, Kendall, Denise, Claire, and Claire!)