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Recently we celebrated Cameron’s first birthday with a family-only party designed to match the sweet, feminine, precious personality of our baby girl. With inspiration drawn from The Beaufort Bonnet Company’s pattern “Everyday is a Gift”, the party theme was “She’s a gift!”. And that she really is!

Cameron’s T.B.B.C.-Inspired First Birthday

After days of brainstorming, my heart was sold on confetti poppers for our reveal. I just love the childish happiness that every person feels when standing under confetti falling from the sky. There are plenty of great sources online to purchase pre-made confetti poppers, but I decided to take the DIY approach. I just wasn’t confident in purchasing the product online and not knowing if they would actually “pop” for the big moment. There are several DIY how-to guides on blogs, and I think Lauren Conrad’s Guide is the most accurate to follow. An important note – none of the DIY guides online actually show the activation [launching] of the confetti popper. This can be very misleading for expectations.

The DIY Guide: Keys to Success for DIY Confetti Poppers

We recently got to share the exciting news of our upcoming baby’s gender with our loved ones at a Gender Reveal Brunch. Any type of event is fun for me to plan, and I will admit that I can get swept up creating over the top details in a heartbeat. However, Brince and I didn’t want to go overboard for this event. Our priority was to have an intimate, easy reveal with our families that didn’t inconvenience anyone’s schedule. Thus, we decided to host a Saturday brunch at our home with all the details taken care of so that everyone could just show up and enjoy!

DIY Details: A Blush and Mint Gender Reveal Brunch

We recently got to share the exciting news of our upcoming baby’s gender with our loved ones at a Gender Reveal Brunch. Any type of event is fun for me to plan, and I will admit that I can get swept up creating over the top details in a heartbeat. However, Brince and I didn’t want to go overboard for this event. Our priority was to have an intimate, easy reveal with our families that didn’t inconvenience anyone’s schedule. Thus, we decided to host a Saturday brunch at our home with all the details taken care of so that everyone could just show up and enjoy!

DIY Details: A Blush and Mint Gender Reveal Brunch

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