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For those of you looking for some baby shower ideas with some class and finesse, then a Tiffany Themed Party could be just what you are looking for. This stunning theme party was brought to us by Khloe from KG Style Designs.
Khloe is an event designer and knows how to use a party checklist to create amazing parties. She designed her own baby shower with a Tiffany theme and I’m sure you will agree that the result is absolutely stunning.
Khloe said about the party planning: “I wanted to do a Sunday brunch that was relaxed and chic, and a Tiffany themed party was perfect. I didn’t open any presents and had minimal games, but instead enjoyed the company of my guests.
My vision was to use Tiffany blue and damask prints and it turned out more beautiful than I had imagined”.
Tiffany Themed Party Decoration
Party decoration is incredibly important for setting the overall vibe of any party. Khloe did an amazing job at creating an air of sophistication with her awe inspiring design.
Damask prints were used as table runners with Tiffany blue colors present in the party favors, which were incorporated subtly into the decoration.
Each table also displayed white roses in clear vases which further enhanced the feeling of sophistication and style.
Tiffany Themed Party Food Ideas
This party was held over brunch so the food was fairly simple consisting of small bites including ham and cheese croissants and sandwiches and macaroni salads. Guests sipped on Moscato and Mimosas with pretty pink juice for the children.
The standout at this party was certainly the dessert table that featured a Tiffany inspired cake and cupcakes with cookies and chocolate truffles.
The Tiffany cake was made by a friend of Khloe and gifted to her for the shower, so it made it even more special.
Tiffany Themed Party Baby Shower Favors
The party favours given to the guests were absolutely stunning. Guests were given cookies and cupcakes in Tiffany blue bags. The personal touch of Gadson & Co (Khloe’s family name) printed onto the bag was simple yet incredibly effective, and the simple white ribbon completed the stunning look.
Khloe said “The party favors were one of my favorite details of the party. We used iconic Tiffany bags, but instead of Tiffany & Co we changed it to Gadson & Co which is my family name”.
Baby Shower Party Game Ideas
Baby showers are one of those parties where people generally expect to play a few games and are happy to do so.
Khloe used a couple of games at her party which were “poop in the nappy” and “Guess the baby tune”.
“Poop in the nappy” typically consists of nappies with a different squashed chocolate bar in each. Guests have to guess the chocolate bars in each nappy. It is not too often you see people quite happy to stick their nose in a dirty nappy!
For “guess the baby tune” consisted of playing songs that had the word “Baby” in it (like “Hit me baby one more time, Be My Little Baby..etc). Guests had to guess the name of the song and the artist, and they won a gift card to either Amazon or Itunes.
Whilst it is not essential to hold baby shower games, it is a nice idea for guests to be able to interact with each other and have a little bit of fun at the same time!
If you would like to see some more of Khloe’s design ideas, you can follow her on Twitter.
What are your thoughts on this Tiffany themed party?
Does this theme give the chic vibe that you would like to have at your next party?
Whilst this Tiffany themed party was held for a baby shower, the theme can be incorporated into almost any party where you are looking for sophistication and style.
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