Jenny is fondly referred to as “Jenny from the block” by her co-workers, so when it was time to have a baby shower, we had to have “I’m still Jenny from the block” on her cake, with apologies to J Lo, natch.
My co-worker Scott was having a little boy and wanted to celebrate with a baby shower. He and his wife Ailen wanted a cake with baby blue baby booties and a onesie. And since he’s going to be a little rock star, I added baby blue stars. Congrats you two and can’t wait to see that little bundle of joy!
My co-worker Scott and his wife Ailen are expecting and the baby shower is this weekend. They’ve decided to keep the gender of the baby a surprise so “Waddle it be?” is a ducky way of saying that we’ll all be surprised and delighted together.
These sweet cupcakes were for a baby shower with an elephant and balloon theme.
I got a call from the mum-to-be’s sister who was putting on the shower, saying that the sex of the baby would be known on Friday afternoon. The shower was on Sunday. Could I make the cupcakes with a “gender reveal” interior?
On Sunday after lunch, the shower guests all held cupcakes and at the same time, took a bite. They had pink icing interiors. It’s a girl!
This baby shower cake matched the adorable invitation that featured an elephant and a balloon. Polka dots and a yellow bow tied it all together. Sweet!
These adorable sugar cookies of sleeping baby girls, with different pink caps on their heads and wee pacifiers in their mouths, were takeaway gifts to thank everyone for coming to a baby shower. Fun idea. And fun to do too!
Friends Jen and Pat, who call themselves Mama and Papa bear are expecting a baby bear. And it’s going to be a girl!
For their baby shower, I made this polka-dot two-tiered cake, resplendent with a pink fondant bow and a pink fondant bear. Sweet!