Posted at Thursday, September 22 2016 04:12:26 by for Baby Shower Cakes Girls
Have a costume party On the baby shower invitation, request that all the children in attendance dress in a Smurf or Smurfette costume. That way, the children can have their own version of the baby shower, and play games off to the side, in another room, or outside depending on the weather.Consider enlisting the help of a teen member of the family, or hire a babysitter to facilitate this portion of the party. That way, the adults in attendance can enjoy the baby shower without having to worry about if their children are up to no good or making mischief somewhere.
Throw a baby shower tea party for charity. Many charities already use this method of fund-raising themselves. The idea being that on a particular date they ask people to hold a tea party and ask guests to donate a small amount of money to attend. If the baby shower was due to fall around one of these dates it could be tied in with the specific charity publicising the event nationally. If not, however, you could perhaps ask the mum-to-be which charity she would most like to support. Make it clear in the invitations that you are asking for a charity donation rather than for them to bring a gift as the mum-to-be already has everything they need and that they would love to be able to give something to others whilst still being able to enjoy the company of their friends.
Don't forget to serve food and drinks that are colored blue to further add to the Smurf themed baby shower. Have fun with this, and be as creative as you can with the Smurf party supplies. Use blue and white streamers, blue and white balloons, and blue and white table decorations. If the baby-to-be is a girl, add some pink flowers, pink foiled candies, pink cupcakes, and other pink goodies. Try to balance the Smurf party supplies with the appropriate baby gender colors.