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Welcome to the Club | Brilliant Baby Bashes the birds & the bees at Hard Rock Hotel


Not only does the theme pay homage to the metaphor behind the expression; it allows for gorgeous visuals and tons of creativity. Think nests, honey and ducks. The theme also sets an ideal environment for a coed celebration (one sans uber-feminine décor) and is perfect for first-time fathers or couples that want an unconventional affair.


Megan & Carlos Navarro (of DeLand) welcomed Lennon Love on January 19.


BOY OR GIRL? If the baby’s gender is in question, use elegant linens from Kirby Rentals (www.kirbytent.com) in a neutral palette of warm grey, black and white. Using “pops” of yellow and red, traditionally gender-friendly colors, will add visual zing to the festivities and tie together the overall theme.


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IT TAKES A VILLAGE When it comes to raising a child, any guidance from those who are near and dear is helpful. Invite guests to share valuable advice, a favorite saying or words of encouragement with the mom- and dad-to-be. Hang it on a decorative tree that the couple can take home as a keepsake.


PLAYGROUND Spring 2011 PLAYGROUND Spring 2011


SWEET SOIREE


The combination of flowers and candy is the perfect recipe for a beautiful and edible tabletop. Fill a vase with marshmallows and top with a simple floral arrangement, or adorn minimal greenery with sugar-spun flowers. Keep treats in the same color palette for sophistication.


THE HIVE


For the coed shower, be sure to cater to all guests. Create a man-friendly area filled with beer, playing cards and perhaps a television so they don’t miss the game. The Hospitality Suite at the Hard Rock Hotel offers an outdoor garden and enclosed office area for guys to gather in.


GROWN-UP GRUB Let Puff ‘n Stuff (www.puffnstuff.com) cater the menu with gourmet pizzettes, deconstructed cheeseburgers and a french fry bar. It will be more than enough to satisfy any adult’s childhood cravings. Spoonful of a spaghetti-wrapped meatball, anyone?


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