A welcoming baby party is another type of baby shower. This blue and white sweet table was created for baby Alexander to be able to introduce him to family members that did not get the chance to meet him after his birth.
I love anything that has to do with celebrating kids. Since starting my business, I’ve held some of the greatest parties for my kids. They work so hard all year. Why not give them something to look forward to.
This sweet table set up was all envisioned by my client. She sent me exactly what she wanted and, well, I executed it. I was able to incorporate some of her desserts into the set up. Traditional arabic desserts for when baby is born like: meghli, a traditional spice pudding prepared for the family when baby is born. Here’s a recipe for you to try! Please let me know if you do make it. I’d love to hear how you liked it!
Also, the new trend coming out of Australia for the last couple of years is the use of balloon garlands. You probably saw in my last post the one that I had made for my birthday. It gives the table so much depth and grandeur. I highly recommend having them. They are super fun and creative. You can have them as big as this one (they actually can get bigger) or just a small one like the one I created for my nieces 1st birthday last year.
Although baby was a bit tired, the family had a wonderful time celebrating his new life. A welcoming baby party is another excuse to have all your family members in one place at the same time. Sometimes it’s just easier for both mom and baby to get as much as the rest they need.
How did you celebrate your baby coming home? Please let me know in the comments below 🙂
Until the next table, stay sweet!
Photography, Styling, Desserts by Chocolata
Balloon garland by Balloon Lounge
Rentals: tables and plinths from Event Boutique Mtl
Meghli and baklava provided by client