Tuesday, April 5, 2011

Winnie the Pooh Baby Shower

I had my first baby shower about a week and a half ago and it was so fun. Erik's aunts and mother-in-law threw me a Winnie the Pooh themed baby shower to match my nursery. All the women from Erik's side of the family came and we had such a good time. The decorations were super cute and the atmosphere was so festive. We got to eat great food, and play baby shower jeopardy. Erik's cousins made the game and it was really cleverly done. It ended up getting crazy, since Erik's family likes to get loud and have fun. If one of the aunts didn't like a question, they would veto it and make one up on the spot. Then all the other aunts would argue whether or not it was a good question and then make up another question. Then that question would get challenged. It would continue on like this for 5 minutes till we went back to the original question. So it took a while to get through the game. It was so funny and entertaining though. We laughed a lot! After the game I opened all my presents. Everyone was so generous and brought really great gifts. Eli got tons and tons of cute cute cloths. He will be the best dressed baby ever. Thanks everyone!

Here are some of the pictures from the event. There aren't that many since my camera ran out of battery. My mother in law took a ton with her camera though so I will post them as soon as I get them.

Here are the party favors we handed out. My aunt Lora made them and she did such a good job.

I loved this table. These are all the stuffed animals that are going to go in Eli's nursery.

This isn't the best lighting for this picture, but you can see the beehive cakes and other cute decorations.

Here is all the fun food and the cute beehive drink dispenser.


Cory&SadieK said...

Super cute! Did you buy the cake tins and stuff at deseret book? Or did somebody already have them? I saw them the other day and thought they were soooo cute!

Kristen and Erik Cambridge said...

Turns out Erik's aunts already had most of the decorations and cake tins in their mercantile. It was like it was fate. So it looks super fancy, but it really didn't cost much. I just saw the beehive stuff in the deseret book catalog yesterday myself and thought hmmm those look familiar.