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A Pretty in Hot Pink Gender Reveal Party

Jun 4 2013 - 1:21pm

We're becoming more and more charmed by gender reveal parties [1], which lead themselves to so many cute and clever ideas for decor and treats. But this shower, set up by one of our favorite event designers Jesi Haack [2], proves that the gender-reveal concept doesn't have to be the center of your affair. In fact, if you want to create a bit of a spoiler (or throw your guests off track) by throwing a hot pink gender reveal party, by all means, go for it! Jesi, along with super florist JL Designs [3], baker extraordinaire Sweet and Saucy [4], and the paper princesses at Posh Paperie [5], created a bold, beautiful party, celebrating the relaunch of awesome party website Hostess With the Mostess [6], where gender reveal was just one more exciting element. Keep clicking to check out all the stylish details.

Source: Jesi Haack Design [7]


The bold color scheme was introduced through the Posh Paperie [8] invitations.

Source: Jesi Haack Design [9]

Gender Revealing Treats

Sweet and Saucy Shop [10] created a gender reveal cake and cupcakes for the party.

Source: Jesi Haack Design [11]


"We had cupcakes made for each guest with a pink frosting on the inside so that when they bit into the cupcake, they knew it was a girl," Jesi says.

Source: Jesi Haack Design [12]

Bold Blooms

"Carissa of JL Designs [13] brought in some very whimsical flowers with white feathers and fun plants that we placed in ceramic white vases and teapots," Jesi says.

Source: Jesi Haack Design [14]


Each guest received a Posh Paperie [15]-designed menu at their seat.

Source: Jesi Haack Design [16]

Pretty in Pinks

A closer look at one of the beautiful bouquets created by JL Designs [17].

Source: Jesi Haack Design [18]

Feathers and Flowers

Flowers and feathers mingled for a dramatic look, created by florist JL Designs [19].

Source: Jesi Haack Design [20]

Red Hot

We love how JL Designs [21] used a range of pink tones, from bright reds to corals.

Source: Jesi Haack Design [22]

Sweet Tea

How sweet is the greenery coming out of this teapot?

Source: Jesi Haack Design [23]

Lil' Man or Lil' Lady?

Posh Paperie [24] cards instructed guests to bite into the cake to find out the baby's gender.

Source: Jesi Haack Design [25]

Place Settings

Jesi used Glue Dots [26] to secure name cards to the teacups. Felt heart stir sticks were yet another cute addition.

Source: Jesi Haack Design [27]

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