Is it a boy? Is it a girl? This is a highly anticipated answer by the parents and the entire family and friends, but when you are in the doctor’s office, it doesn’t seem as ceremonious as it was when my daughter and son-in-law first found out about their expected baby girl.
A few weeks ago I heard from my manicurist DiDi the most creative way of presenting this information to the parents to be. Her son asked the technician to not tell them the answer in the office. He gave the technician the name of a baker to call to order a cake with the inside layers of the cake to be either pink or blue depending on the sex of the baby.
The big event just happened this past weekend and we are thrilled to share it with you! Read on to find out the answer!
By Andrea Pyros
Invitations stating “your presence is our present” for engagement parties, anniversary celebrations, and other adult-oriented bashes isn’t new, but lately we’re starting to see “No gifts, please!” on birthday party invites for the 10 and under set, too. What’s next? A ban on Pin the Tail on the Donkey? A moratorium on piñatas?
We spoke with Linda Kaye, a top party planner in New York who’s put together kiddie festivities at the Central Park Zoo and the American Museum of Natural History, to hear her take on the trend.