For quite some time, Annie-Marie of Elianna Noelle Events has wanted to do a bee themed event.  Life begins with the birds and the bees; therefore, how appropriate to have a birds and bees themed baby shower for a first time mommy! I loved the way she incorporated both birds and bees together to make a soft and gorgeous party for a new baby boy.

 The inspiration came from the lyrics, “Let’s talk about the birds and the bees and the flowers in the trees, and the moon and the stars…” In an effort to create harmony between both elements on the table scape, Anne-Marie decided to focus one half on the bees and the other half on the birds. The cake pops are my favorite!

Anne-Marie made these 2 amazing diaper cakes!  An awesome DIY effort!

I love the idea of the ABC book! Guests had to pick a letter and draw something that started with that letter.  It also served as a guest book.

The display below is gorgeous!

These cake pops are amazing!  Look at all the little details.

The Oreos made by SugarMama’s Chocolates are amazing with their honeycomb design!

Those cookies are the sweetest!

Vendor Credits:

 

Event Sylist- Elianna Noelle Events

Cake Pops- KM Cake Pops

Party Printables- PrintedInk

Cake and Cookies- Dania’s Cakes

Photography- Alyson Sivek Photography

Oreos- Sugar Mama’s Chocolates

Honey Sticks for favors- Honeyrun Farm

Honey Bee Scratch Off Cards- Inklings Paperie 

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