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Friday, January 22, 2016

a piñata gender reveal

i started making gender reveal cakes several years ago. it's a lot of fun especially when i am the only one that knows the gender of the baby. it gets a little tricky because people want the gender reveal to happen pretty quickly after the ultrasound. the turnaround time is pretty quick.

cakes are fun, but it's fun to do something different sometimes. lisa wanted to do a fun gender reveal party with her family, but she wanted to keep it pretty simple. instead of a cake, she decided on a piñata.

i filled the piñata with candy and circles. the kids had fun taking turns trying to break it. 

it's a BOY! big sister ava is excited for a brother.

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  1. That's a very creative idea! I like it!

  2. I wish we lived closer so I could hire you to make gender reveal party poppers for the twinners!

  3. This is such a cute idea! I have not seen the pinata idea and really like that. We did a gender reveal with the cake when I was pregnant with my second child. However, we waited until I was 36 weeks to do the party and find out the gender. Mainly because that was the only time we could get the family together. I love gender reveal parties a lot!

  4. Such a fun way to celebrate the arrival of a new baby. I am still impressed with all you do, Aubrey!

  5. I want to have you do this for me next time I have a baby!! :) That's perfect!

  6. I want you to do this for me next time I have a baby! This is so fun!

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