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Welcome to the Club | Brilliant Baby Bashes good fortune fete at Vitality Wellness Spa


Celebrate the expectant mother’s good fortune with an Asian-inspired shower. Drawing from the Eastern philosophy of tranquility, a spa party is ideal for a repeat mom who already had a larger shower the first (or second) time, and the setting is just right for an intimate gathering of close friends and coworkers.


Jenny Fauser (of Winter Garden) gave birth to Isaac on January 24.


ORIGAMI


Spoil the guests before the shower begins by sending origami invitations custom- made by Sarah Hanna Calligraphy & Design (www.SarahHanna.com). The 3-D invites will set the tone and wow your friends and family, and can double as a keepsake from the event.


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SERENE SHADES Instead of fussing over décor, host the tranquil event at Vitality Day Spa’s modern, yet Eastern- inspired, space (www. vitalitywellnessdayspa.com). Teal and navy Chinese take- out boxes from Michael’s with nail polish inside will suffice as keepsakes for this fabulous Asian affair.


PLAYGROUND Spring 2011


SWEET SUSHI


Who says mothers-to-be can’t eat sushi? They can if it’s in the form of a cake! Leave it to local artist Anna Cakes (www.annacakes. com) to create a to-die-for sushi cake with a volcano roll, sashimi, ginger, soy sauce, wasabi and even some chopsticks. It will be the hit of the party.


OMG (OH MY GEISHA) Treat your guests to the ultimate luxury by hiring a geisha hostess (Karen Amano, 407-301-8121). Guests won’t need to lift their newly manicured fingers to get their food and drink. The geisha also will entertain with Japanese song and dance as well as a blessing gift for mom.


DIM SUM ...


AND THEN SOME Light bites, such as an organic fruit bowl and sandwhich spirals from Whole Foods, are sure to please your guest of honor. During the spa services, indulge in mocktails mimicking guests’ favorite drinks, then garnish the glass with a fortune cookie.


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