I've gotten re-married, had a triple birthday and all kind of crazy stuff!
But while I haven't gotten to those, though I will, I couldn't stop myself from sharing this stunning baby shower I helped plan recently with the loveliest group of ladies ever.
Savannah and I are kindred spirits. Our crazy similar personalities and red hair endear us to each other and we have endless hours of laughter whenever we are together.
So, when she told us she was expecting her second... a party had to be planned.
One thing I truly love about Texas is that they throw a baby shower for every baby you have.
Cause every baby is important!!
I was blessed to work with our group's resident Baby Shower guru Claire (cause she's a beast at pretty much everything she does) and we took Savannah's adorable theme and ran with it.
Starting with this invite we made:
The theme was so charming. She had chosen shades of grey and lime green. She and her husband are big hikers and love the outdoors so it was a super natural choice for their first little boy.
I kept a lot of my Christmas decorations out like fake trees, pinecones and I hit up Hobby Lobby and got beautiful greenery pieces for under a $1.
Because I live in a new development they are always cutting down trees so I snagged a few logs and had my husband cut me a few stumps because what says vintage camping like random pieces of wood everywhere?
Check it out.
It was a blast and we were blessed to work with so many amazing ladies who knew how to cook (cause I don't) and I think Savannah was pleased to pieces!
That pile of wood and ax was added by my husband. He said it was 'manly'.
We found the vintage prints online and printed them out. I made those onsies with a super easy screen printing technique you can see here.
My lovely friend Claire made those adorable Levi blocks!
These were crazy good Maple Bacon Cupcakes our friend Jamie made.
My lovely friend Amy made these cookies and there may or may not have been a fight in my house for the leftovers...
I actually made these Smores Brownies and they were a huge hit. The recipe is here. Make them and you will be a rockstar.
Pigs in a blanket, Breakfast Casserole, Apple Turnovers and some fruit and veggies and it was a delicious morning.
Savannah's sisters came up with all the games and activities for the shower. Guess the Poopy was a great hit but since I was just barely pregnant the sight kind of made me ill but it was awesome.
Then they had a Decorate the onsie station and that was a huge success.
Here are all the lovely ladies I had a the pleasure to work with and for (being the adorable pregnant lady in the middle). We were missing Jamie in this photo but it was such a delight. Love them!
And Savannah made off with all my design art and decorations. ;)
Super successful Baby Shower indeed.
God Bless and Much Love,