How to throw an owl-themed gender reveal party

Posted on March 29th, 2016

We show you how to throw the perfect owl-themed gender reveal party if you just can’t face another baby shower. By Noeleen Foster

Owl-themed gender reveal party

Gender reveal parties are loads of fun for both parents and guests and are a wonderful way to celebrate when it isn’t your first child and you can’t face another baby shower. We show you how to throw a gorgeous owl-themed gender reveal party.

Clever ideas for an owl-themed gender reveal party

  • Breakfast and brunch celebrations are often overlooked, but are a wonderful option.
  • Breakfast foods are often easier on the budget, and serving small food items along with sparkling wine and orange juice is more appealing to many than sitting down to a meal − it’s more child friendly too.
  • An earlier gathering will help you beat the heat of summer and will free up the rest of your day, so you’re not entertaining or cleaning up late into the evening.
  • Stick to simple recipes such as muesli, yoghurt and fresh fruit parfait, a refreshing Cajun chicken and pasta salad, ready-made waffles with ice-cream and chocolate sauce.
  • Fresh melon is always a hit, so serve it cold for a refreshing finger food.
  • Chip sticks will create a great little owl’s nest.

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Contacts:

  • Blue and yellow paper lanterns, daisy paper foldouts, Jelly Cat owl soft toy, blue striped paper cups and wooden cutlery, owl lip-gloss favours, owl food toppers, blue heart-shaped chalkboard and yellow paper bunting,    In Good Company, 011 447 1628 or 071 2171 240, ingoodcomapany.co.za, contactus@ingoodcompany.co.za.
  • Owl cake, owl macarons, owl biscuits, owl cupcakes and owl cake pops, Annica’s Designer Cakes
    011 326 1526 or 011 326 0937, annicas@mweb.co.za, annicas.co.za.
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