This past weekend, I was part of a Baby Shower Committee.
(I hope you are laughing when you read that word. It sounds very official, our committee was substantially less official. Mostly it means no single person had too much to do. That is the most awesome way to throw any party.)
Some of my responsibilities included
I like to believe that I performed my duties to the very best of my abilities...
Rather than going over the top with a theme, I simply went with a color palette.
Our guest of honor is having a little boy so my yarn wreath was able to get put to use!
The joy of party throwing via committee is that all of that beautiful food came from other people! I only provided the lemon bars, which you should probably make today.
These are the best lemon bars you will ever make or eat. I promise.
Another joy of party throwing is the residual benefit of leftover fresh flowers scattered around the house.
Check out those mini cups with individual servings of mushroom risotto! Delicious.
It was such a fun party. I had a blast making my felt circle garland and little strands of bunting. The best part of my color palette is that I think these decorations will work quite nicely come Easter.
My little Ruby is already dreaming of the next baby shower we can host, when it's for a little girl. She has visions of tulle and pink. Sounds lovely...
Of course, a little something for the little man himself. I could not resist the opportunity to make another pair of quick-change trousers, with my favorite elephant onsie to go with it: