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Unapologetically Black Baby Showers – Black and Gold

Baby showers are a wonderful way to welcome the newest member to the family. I believe in empowering children while they are still in the womb, as soon as they can hear your voice. The baby shower is no different. Let your child know they are great by throwing them a royal baby shower or a baby shower in their own image. One day your child will look back at the photos and know their greatness started early. We’re going to showcase one baby shower theme every month, so keep coming back for more and sign-up for our notifications to stay updated.

THEME: Black and Gold

The black and gold baby shower theme is untraditional and is gender neutral. I like this regal theme because it is reminiscent of Egypt when the pharaohs and queens ruled Africa long ago. Let’s start with a few invitations. The below are available as printables for a DIY party or you can send the download to a professional print shop to create it on nice stationary, which I highly recommend.

INVITATION

$10 Printable on HappyApplePrinting on  Etsy.com
$10 Printable on Wonderbash.com
$28 Printable on DigieBuddaPaperie on Etsy.com

DECOR

Decor seen here can be purchased as a kit from PlatinumDiaperCakes on Etsy.com

Available for $11.99  to ship from Afalasca on Etsy.com
Available for $11.99 to ship from the HouseofConfetti on Etsy.com

GAMES

Games are available for $7 as printables from Printables4Less on Etsy.com

CAKE

Photo Credit: CatchMyParty.com
Available from Las Vegas Custom Cakes

SNAPCHAT FILTERS

Available for $9.40 from SweetBabySnap. on Etsy.com

Snapchat filters can add the fun of a photobooth to your party. The filters seen here are only $9.40 to design and you can get them at Etsy.com from SweetBabySnap.

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