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Anchors Aweigh! Laila Plant of One Inspired Party casts off her own “Sailing Deeper Into Motherhood” Nautical Baby Shower + Name Reveal in a sea of bright colors, bold patterns and origami sailboats! I love the modern, colorful hues paired with the rustic nautical decor and earthy succulent accents. Sailing into motherhood is quite fabulous when you have a creative captain!

PARTY HIGHLIGHTS to look out for:

  • Bright & Colorful Wavy Nautical Inspired Cake
  • Shell, Rope and Origami Boat Frame Embellishments
  • Yarn Lifesaver Raft Wreath + Knotted Rope Bunting
  • Stripe Food Table Backdrop, Fishnet Overlay and Polka Dot Paper Rosettes

Baby Shower Games

Colorful Nautical Cake

Nautical Inspired Table Decor

Origami Boat Topper

Nautical Inspired Party Decor

Colorful Nautical Gender Reveal Party

Rope Name Banner Bunting

Colorful Party Decorations

Sandbox Centerpiece with Framed Name Sign & Origami Boat

Nautical Food Table

Gender Reveal Guessing Game

"Sea of Wishes" Wishing Sign


PARTY DETAILS, as told by Laila…

When getting pregnant this time around my husband and I decided that we would not be finding out the gender of the baby, so for my baby shower, it was very hard to settle on a theme that would be gender neutral but allow me to be gender specific with colors since we were revealing something: our choices for the baby’s name! Shopping around and playing with colors I loved the combination of the navy, aqua, chartreuse green and pink/coral. That was the first thing I narrowed down. I settled on the theme and began to design.

I decided to break the party into two sides making separate tables in different two different color combinations: one for our boy choice Lucas and for our girl choice Maya. For the centerpieces I took a wine crates I had previously collected for my daughter’s birthday party and filled them with white sand. I purchased sea shells at my local craft store and scattered them on top of the sand and added 4 white candles to each table. The candles looked like rope and fit the theme perfectly.

I made extra sure to make games that would get everyone chatting and having fun. So we went with baby scattergories, how big is Laila (guess the belly size), a lullaby competition and what’s in the bag. I made the game cards using the patterns I had used in the party to tie everything in.

I also made a corner for mementos, I had a guessing game and wishes for baby cards that everyone then put inside a fish bowl. We had a great time and are looking forward to the arrival of our Lucas/Maya.

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