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Baby Campbell-Howard Baby Shower

On Sunday, March 14, 2010 I, along with some wonderful friends hosted a Baby Shower for our Sophisticated Soror and Friend Shauntell. Shauntell and Kenyada are expecting their first Baby Girl in April and they are really excited. The color scheme for the shower was Lavender, Green and White and it was hosted at the Charles Towers Community Center located in Baltimore, Maryland. Below are some pictures from the shower:

Baby Kendal's gift table before the overflow of wonderful gifts!

We purchased Daisy centerpieces and wrapped the stems in Green ribbon.

The color scheme was also carried out in the the gifts for the shower games.

A Mold A Baby Contest was held and there were a lot of entries! The babies were made out of bubble gum and gum drops!

Shauntell and Kenyada were very thankful for all of the love that was shared towards them on this day! Congratulations Shauntell and Kenyada!!!

A Chic and Stylish Baby Shower

The Sophisticated Affair is in the process of planning a baby shower for a special couple. This couple is very sophisticated, fly and the mommmy-to-be is such a DIVA. We're planning a shower that will be fun but will also reflect the personalities of the couple.

As I was perusing the web this morning, I came across a website, The featured Baby Shower was a Chic and Stylish Hot Pink and Black Baby Shower for Adults. Check out the table designs, decorations and dessert selections.

Event Planners: David and Kaylane Crandall

David Crandall and his wife Kaylane love entertaining and had a fantastic time doing this elegant and fabulous pink and black baby shower. The white lace table cloths laying over the black table cloths give the room an air of distinction. A baby shower after all, is a party for adults, and this is a super chic affair!

The flower “vases” were cleverly disguised glass baby bottles. Wrapped with three different layers of ribbon in hot pink, white and black, they are a special design touch to bring the ‘baby’ into the room. Black napkins were wrapped in pink and black ribbon and a baby rattle was tucked inside. Place cards and goodie bags also followed in the color theme of the day.

As a healthy dessert, the couple served strawberry ka-bobs. “I love how the cored out part was filled with whipped cream,” David said. But he takes real pride in the cake toppers that he made himself. “These three toppers took over two hours to do. By the time I was done making them I was tired of looking at them! I was actually really happy with how good they looked. I got lots of compliments too.” They removed the toppers from the cake before it was cut, not only because “no one wants to cut into babies” but because they “couldn’t even bring ourselves to throw them away. I think Kyla still has them!”
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