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Baby Shower Party Decorations & Party Food Menu
By Sarah Porter, http://www.announcements-shoppe.com
Dated: Dec 04, 2007
If the baby shower party is in a restaurant, you will still need to buy baby shower decorations and supplies
like balloons, streamers and other baby shower decorations. However, the restaurant might restrict the baby
shower decorations you can use in the restaurant. If you're hosting the baby shower somewhere other than a
restaurant, you will need to buy plates, napkins, cups, eating utensils and other baby shower party supplies.
Make sure you have enough napkins and forks for appetizers and cake as well as making sure you have
cups for both hot and cold liquids.
It is customary to serve food and beverages at a baby shower party, http://
www.cards-411.com/Twins_Triplets_Multiples_Baby_Shower_Invitations/browse-11.htm In the past,
baby showers were at high tea hour (afternoon) when women with their umbrellas would sit around on a
warm day and get together for tea and light snacks. Today, for food, nearly anything goes, from finger
foods, candy on tables, appetizers, to complete meals at restaurants. Tea has been replaced with cold
beverages, wine, coffee and other drinks. However, the one “must” is to have a baby shower cake for the
Mommy-to-Be. The menu for baby showers should be based on: (a) what the Mommy-to-Be wants; (b)
budget; (c) length of the baby shower; (d) location of the baby shower; (e) number of guests attending; (f)
time of the baby shower and (g) the season.
There are many options for the baby showers menu, ranging from appetizers to a full meal. If the baby
shower is at a restaurant, you will need to coordinate the menu with the restaurant. Most restaurants provide
food set up as a buffet or a sit down setting. The restaurant will help you match the men