There isn't much that Seattle-based Jenny Keller touches that doesn't turn to gold. The baker and event designer behind Jenny Cookies — who just happens to be the brains and oven behind many of Tori Spelling's kids' birthday parties, the Guncles' Doc McStuffins party for their daughter, Simone, and the sweetest Cinderella party we ever did see — is now sharing her secrets with other aspiring party-throwers with the release of her new Eat More Dessert: More Than 100 Simple-to-Make and Fun-to-Eat Baked Goods From the Baker to the Stars ($13, originally $25) this week.
Among the parties she shares in the book is this adorable vintage-themed baby shower she threw her cousin. "My aunt Susan and I both share the same love for all things vintage, so when my cousin was expecting her first baby, we knew we wanted to give her a shower with a vintage theme," Jenny shared. "We had been picking up all sorts of darling antique baby items at secondhand stores, flea markets, and estate sales, saving them for the perfect occasion. We'd found a vintage tin baby scale, a gorgeous glass baby buggy, an old stork piggy bank, and various vintage baby fabrics. The combination of everything just seemed to flow together, so we went with 'vintage baby' as our shower theme."
Read on for all of the details about the special day, and pick up a copy of Jenny's beautiful book for even more party inspiration!