What Will It Bee Baby Shower

What will it be?  What will it be?  When you’re expecting a child, that’s the top question on everyone’s mind.  And today’s feature is a thoughtful baby shower for a mom who chose to wait until the big day to find out.  Building on the suspense, her family celebrated with a bright shower filled with fresh yellows and adorable bee details.  It comes to us from Noelle Nielsen of Fishtale Photography who teamed up with Laurie Pyle of Cocoa & Fig to create this charming dessert display.  Lovable bees buzz about a table filled to the brim with gorgeous goodies, ridiculously cute onsie cookies, and a sweet beehive cake.  There’s a whole lot to love about this What Will It Bee Baby Shower… so I’ll let the stunning photos take it from here!

What Will It Bee?  |  Baby Shower by Fishtale Photography and Cocoa & Fig  |  TheCakeBlog.com

What Will It Bee?  |  Baby Shower by Fishtale Photography and Cocoa & Fig  |  TheCakeBlog.com

Noelle of Fishtale Photography gives us the scoop on this adorable shower:

“My mom and I actually planned this shower for my sister (who happens to also be my best friend).  Since she decided not to find out what she was having, I thought it would be fun to have a “what will it bee?” theme.  I designed all of the graphics, signs and invitations, and floral arrangements…but knew I could not do any justice to a cake or dessert table, so I left that to the amazing Laurie from Cocoa and Fig.”

What Will It Bee?  |  Baby Shower by Fishtale Photography and Cocoa & Fig  |  TheCakeBlog.com

What Will It Bee?  |  Baby Shower by Fishtale Photography and Cocoa & Fig  |  TheCakeBlog.com

Laurie of Cocoa & Fig tells us about the desserts:

“When Noelle of Fishtale Photography first presented her idea for a bee themed dessert table, we were thrilled!  We love coordinating desserts to a party’s theme and it was really fun to incorporate the yellow “bee” theme into this dessert table spread!  The centerpiece cake (black velvet cake with cream cheese icing) was covered in white fondant, dressed with a yellow pearl border and a baby badge completed the front.  The bee hive cake topper was done in rice krispie treats and the little fondant bees circling around it brought the whole thing to life!

Mini desserts included vanilla cake lollipops dipped in yellow chocolate with black accent stripes, lemon yellow French macarons, toasted coconut mini cupcakes accented with a small fondant flower, lemon meringue tartlets, and onesie sugar cookies with a cute, little bee on each one.”

What Will It Bee?  |  Baby Shower by Fishtale Photography and Cocoa & Fig  |  TheCakeBlog.com

What Will It Bee?  |  Baby Shower by Fishtale Photography and Cocoa & Fig  |  TheCakeBlog.com

What Will It Bee?  |  Baby Shower by Fishtale Photography and Cocoa & Fig  |  TheCakeBlog.com

What Will It Bee?  |  Baby Shower by Fishtale Photography and Cocoa & Fig  |  TheCakeBlog.com

What Will It Bee?  |  Baby Shower by Fishtale Photography and Cocoa & Fig  |  TheCakeBlog.com

What Will It Bee?  |  Baby Shower by Fishtale Photography and Cocoa & Fig  |  TheCakeBlog.com

What Will It Bee?  |  Baby Shower by Fishtale Photography and Cocoa & Fig  |  TheCakeBlog.com

What Will It Bee?  |  Baby Shower by Fishtale Photography and Cocoa & Fig  |  TheCakeBlog.com

Seriously, could that onsie cookie be any cuter?  The whole shower is just delightful!  A special thank you to Noelle of Fishtale Photography and Laurie of Cocoa & Fig for sharing this yummy What Will It Bee Baby Shower with us today!

VENDORS & CREDITS
Desserts & Cake :  Cocoa & Fig
Photography : Fishtale Photography

Carrie Sellman , Founder & Editor

Carrie Sellman is the Founder & Editor of The Cake Blog. Her work has been published in BRIDES Magazine, Country Living Magazine and featured online at People, Today, Cosmopolitan, Glamour, Redbook, Real Simple, TLC, The Cooking Channel and more.

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