May02 The BEST Gender Reveal Parties 2012

What is this new explosion of fancy gender reveal parties? They are CRAZY!!! I remember when they started with photos of a small group, cutting a cake etc. and now they have developed into these ragers!!!

This one was found over at Sweet Designs by Amy Atlas. Bettijo and Aimee of PagingSupermom threw this “little” party to celebrate finding out the gender of their baby. “Cravings” is the theme of the snacks, which is totally hilarious as all pregnant women would agree. At the end of the party they opened a box of balloons with PINK balloons in it.
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Amy Rose King Photography featured another “little” gender reveal party they were able to take photos of. All of the goodies, were done with SUCH meticulous detail, and I’m loving the pink and blue theme. PS- the house…it’s making be drool, but that’s not the point. It’s a BOYpink2 The BEST Gender Reveal Partiespink1 The BEST Gender Reveal Partiespink3 The BEST Gender Reveal Partiespink4 The BEST Gender Reveal Partiespink5 The BEST Gender Reveal Partiespink6 The BEST Gender Reveal Partiespink7 The BEST Gender Reveal Parties
Now this one took it to a WHOLE. OTHER. LEVEL!!! FIREWORKS ON NEW YEARS EVE?!?! (sorry about the all caps, I know it’s intense but I’m really excited) Seriously though, it’s like a movie. Sarah of Indianapoluxe is the beautiful mother to be. If all the parties I ever throw…or even go to…ever add up to this one, I’ll be lucky. This party was featured on Hostess with the Mostess.
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GREY LIKES COMMENTS!

  • caroline tran on May 02, 2012

    this is awesome! i love the cravings theme & the confetti idea! i totally want a reveal party for my next now. :)

  • Meg on May 02, 2012

    What the…….. I mean, gorgeous events for real but… Not for me. Close friends/family at the dinner table opening an envelope together- more my style :)

  • shelby@honeysuckle on May 02, 2012

    These are really fun! We did one of these a few months ago, with a cake and a bunch of friends, it was a really fun way to find out since it’s our first baby: http://honeysuckleblog.blogspot.com/2012/03/gender-reveal-party.html

  • Kate on May 02, 2012

    I love these…we plan on doing a “sibling reveal” when we finally get pg again. Our daughter is 8 and totally ready to be a big sister, so I think it will be a nice way to involve her in the process. It will only been family and really close friends, but it will still be pretty! :)

  • Ali Hodges Events on July 12, 2012

    Such cute ideas – love them :)

  • Lauren on February 11, 2013

    Love the one where they kepy tally of what name people liked better! We did kind of the same thing, had family and friends place bets on what they thought the baby was going to be :) Had a huge reveal and gave our prizes – so fun. You can get sheets online or use the web (we used http://www.bellybets.com it was just easier not to organize everything :p).

  • Megan on February 12, 2013

    There’s an etsy shop that sells confetti balloon revealers. Sounds way easier than rigging up some kind of confetti drop! etsy.com/shop/genderreveal

  • Rita on April 07, 2013

    I made gender-reveal bracelets for my expectant colleagues at work. They were a hit, so I now list them in my Etsy shop.
    If you want to take a look, here’s the “It’s a Boy” bracelet: http://www.etsy.com/listing/105624099/its-a-boy-gender-reveal-bracelet-charm?ref=shop_home_active

  • Ariel N on January 11, 2014

    Gender reveals have become such an amazing way to celebrate! Beautiful parties! Both couple’s expressions are priceless!

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