Boy or Girl? Let's Find Out Together

Celebrate the news of your baby's sex with a gender-reveal party

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Ben and Julie Hollis are having a girl

“What Will It Bee?” was the theme for Ben and Julie Hollis’ party, held at a home in Central Gardens. The table spread included all of Julie’s cravings — from Thai food to blueberry pancakes — along with jars of local honey for take-home favors. Susan McCanless of JPress Designs created invitations, team boy/girl honeycomb fans, and cards for the “Wishing Tree” made of pussy willows in a large vase.

Guests wrote down their wishes for baby and hung them from the tree with clothespins. Ben and Julie learned the sex of their baby bundle when they opened a huge yellow box. Out floated — a bouquet of pink balloons.  

Above: Pick your team fans. Below: Yummy treats and drinks. Says Julie, “We thought it was a girl the whole time.”    Invitations & Wishing Tree cards @


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