Baby Blair’s Reveal Party

Last month, Kristin shared a quick peek at my too-cute-for-words reveal party, along with our DIY cake decor. This month, I’m happy to share the full reveal with you – insert excited squeal here!

On March 11th, my husband and I discovered (via the wonders of ultrasound) just what our baby-to-be would be. I was anxious to share the news with the world, but had to have a little fun with it first. So, in true TGK fashion, we decided to throw our own mini reveal party. I have been into the idea of reveal parties for a little while now – and even wrote an article on the trend over a year ago – so, I couldn’t resist having a tiny one of of my own! I kept the gender a secret from the girls and made a little reveal cake. The middle of cake would be either blue or pink, but the “Roo Crew” would just have to wait and see.


Aren’t our “bee” themed decorations cute!?! I’m in love with them! I have a feeling that a few items may be making a reappearance in Baby Blair’s nursery in few months – but that’s another article for another time …


The girls wore either pink or blue to cast their vote and our crew was split 50/50. Monica and Kristen donned blue, while Kristin and Katie sported peachy-pink attire. Once the cake was cut, the “reveal” was out. Baby Blair #2 is a GIRL!!! Peachy-pink wins! We are over the moon!


For more Reveal Party ideas, check out my Pinterest board, The Big Reveal!

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4 thoughts on “Baby Blair’s Reveal Party

  1. Kristin Austin

    So cute… I’m happy we could do a reveal party! And I can’t wait to meet little miss baby Blair!

  2. Jan Francis

    I love the entire story and all you did to introduce Baby Girl Blair to the world. You are so
    talented Lori!!! Love you.

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