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A gender reveal baby shower is the most creative way to let your friends and family know what you are having! And... to top things off, there are some cleverly adorable ways to tell them! Get ready to be flooded with cute ideas for hosting a gender reveal shower!
Grab our free printable gender reveal clipart here!
We whipped up some simple clipart that you can print from home and cut out in a matter of minutes. Use for gender reveal confetti, mini favor tags, drink stirrers, invitation embellishments, water bottle decor and so much more!
Tip: for favors, hand out pink and blue candies bundled in baby food jars - add a cute label to match!
Get these creative gender reveal baby shower invitations here.
We picked a few of our favorites for gender reveal invitations.What do you think of the controversial duck invite?! Perfect for a couple with an edgy sense of humor!
Clever wording ideas if you are making your own invitations:
He or She, What Will It Be?
Pink or Blue, If We Only Knew
What Will It Bee? A He Or A She? (for a bumble bee shower)
By Jan - Tulsa, OK
Guess the Gender Baby cake
Done for a friend of mine who had a party for her family to reveal the baby's sex.
The mother-to- be wanted Chocolate cake with whipped chocolate ganache filling so I made that the bottom cake (two 9x13's) and covered with chocolate butter cream.
The 'gift' box on top was the cake that held the answer.
A 6" torted French vanilla cake with pink butter cream mixed with raspberry filling inside and regular butter cream outside.
I doweled the corner where the gift box would be so that the small cake would not crush the chocolate cake
Multi-colored fondant stripes on the chocolate cake mirror the invitation. A bright pink gum paste bow is atop the blue gift-box cake. I used Tappit's funky alphabet letters for the lettering.
Isn't this just the most clever cake!? Perfect for a hunting family or a couples baby shower! We don't know the source of this image - so if you do, let as know and we will give credit to the creative baker!
I made this Lil' Peanut Cake for my sister's 'sex of the baby' shower.
Throughout her pregnancy until the time of the shower we didn't know the sex of the baby and everyone got into the habit of calling it lil' peanut so I thought it was only right to make a peanut themed cake.
It is a 3 layer butter cake with butter cream icing. The inside icing layers were blue to announce that it was a boy!
The small peanuts on the sides are made of fondant and I just put pink and blue bows on them, the large peanut on top is several layers of cake cut in the shape of a peanut and then covered in fondant.
He Or She, Who will I be? - gender reveal baby shower cake
I made this cake for a friend's gender reveal shower. The cake was French vanilla with vanilla butter cream frosting.
The outside was covered in homemade fondant. Her nursery theme was jungle animals so we stuck with that theme for the animals on the cake.
Everyone really loved the cake. They were especially surprised when they cut the cake to find a PINK inside, she has three little boys already and thought for sure this baby was going to be a boy.
This gender reveal baby shower cake is fantastic! I love all of the detail there is throughout the cake. The elephants are so cute and I really like how you did the wording!
My niece is having a baby this summer and they are not going to find out what it is until the baby shower. So this cake would be perfect!
I love this new "gender reveal" trend. There are so many creative things you can do when planning!
This is a JPG file so all you have to do is right click on the picture and save as an image to your computer. Print onto laser paper or card stock and have guests write their name under HE or SHE, depending on what they think the baby will be! This makes a cute keepsake for the baby book.
Click the pic to grab this free printable of the popular "Guess the size of mommy's waist" game! Print, trim, pop into an 8x10" frame, place on a table with yarn and scissors - and you're all set! Have guests cut the yarn to the length they think will fit around mommy's belly! So fun!