Hurry up and hide away! She might be here any minute. Keep the confetti gun and paper streamers ready! 3…2…1…Surprise!
You want to know what’s going on here? Wait, I will give you a hint. The walls are decorated with pink and light blue garlands. And the table is laid with plates and glasses in pink and light blue colors. Even the sweet treats stick to this color scheme. So, do you know, what’s going on?
Exactly, it’s a baby shower.
One of my good friends is recieving a baby in about two months. Finally, a long-awaited wish comes true and that needs to be celebrated. For this occasion I had to contribute my share of pregnancy approved pastries: Baby Shower Cakepops and (maybe my personal highlight) a baby bump cake. Sounds great, right?
Are you ready for some cuteness overload? Then, let’s start with these Baby Shower Cakepops.
I constructed two different forms to have a bit more diversity: light blue as well as pink, bulgy baby buggies and my favorites, little binky sucking baby boys and baby girls. Yay! Just look at those teeny-weeny details. The blue and pink soothers, those chubby cheeks and the cute selfmade paper bibs.
I can go on for hours finding more and more cute features, but you want the recipe for those Baby Shower Cakepops. Just one more thing. I was looking for cream cheese alternatives and found this easy-peasy recipe from sugarhero-bakery for baked cakepops and tripled the original amount.
In case you might want to use my paper bibs, I will provide downloadable Word documents (on request even as pdf):
Phew! That’s it! Sorry for this rather longish and quite elaborate entry.
With this in mind,
stay tuned for the baby bump cake.