“Sip and See” Welcome Party for a Baby Girl with Sweet, Stylish Details

After our recent post on a Baby Boy “Sip and See” Welcome Party, how could we not have one for a little baby girl, too? This time, our color palette inspiration is sweet baby pink with touches of lilac and lavender, plus gold for a hint of glam. The decor looks forward to spring with floral elements gracing the table settings, a sweets table, and the favor packaging. Petite and pretty finger foods make the party menu a breeze to serve, while pink champagne is on hand to toast the little princess. Now, we get to show you the delightful details! (*this post contains affiliate links)

Pretty-in-Pink Decor Elements for a Baby Girl Welcome Party

How sweet it is! Every detail of this special celebration is pure adorable-ness—from the party palette to the decorations all the way to the drinks.

Sip and See Welcome Baby Girl Party Food to Decor

The very first hint of this occasion, a delightful Sip and See party invitation (1 – from Purple Trail), already sets the baby girl color scheme of pink and pastels.

Then on party day, more pink! But with hints of glitz added—like a fancy “Baby Girl” cake topper (2 – via Amazon) in gold-finished acrylic or wood to adorn a dainty pink cake. While on a special sweets table (3 – via Bellenza), an array of candies and confections like bonbons, macarons, and foil-wrapped chocolate balls—all in pink, of course—are irresistibly displayed.

For drinks, what could be more fitting than pink-tinted juices and lemonade? Or fruity spring cocktails and mocktails, pretty berry concoctions, and virgin (alcohol-free) blends? And finally, a bottle or two of fine rosé bubbly, ready on a champagne and sweets table (4 – via Bellenza) to honor the infant celebrant!

Easy-to-Serve Appetizers, Canapés, Crackers + Dips

So pretty to look at and such a delight to serve! These recipes we suggest for a Sip and See Party menu will dress up your table display when set out on trays and platters. Plus their bite-size presentation allows guests to just help themselves with ease. (Hint: Click on the links to get to the recipes!)

Sip and See Baby Girl Party Food Appetizers

Take your pick from these delish choices, featuring fresh, light, and flavorful ingredients. Cheddar Cracker Appetizer Bites (1 – from Land O Lakes); Cream Cheese and Tomato RITZwiches (2 – from Snack Works) using RITZ crackers; Cucumber Bites (3 – from Daisy Brand) made with pumpernickel bread, cottage cheese, fresh dill and red onion; and a creamy Low-Fat Spinach Dip 4 – from ALDI US) to be enjoyed with crunchy veggies, pita chips or crackers. Shrimp and Ricotta Endives (5 – from Dairy Goodness) would be a fancy, but easy option for including seafood in the party fare. While Egg & Bacon Canapes (6 – from Eggs.ca) look so appealing on rounds of whole wheat toast garnished with fresh herbs.

Other ideas to consider would be a French Country-style bread bar with a selection of spreads, fillings, and toppings; as well as a scrumptious assortment of fruit desserts, mini pies, and parfaits.

Candy Favors in Frilly, Flowery Packaging

Of course, the Sip and See party favors should be as sweet as the little honoree! And the favor packaging should be just as lovely.

Candy for Sip and See Favors in Pink

Think of candies and goodies like Hershey’s Kisses in pink foil (1), Madelaine Premium Milk Chocolate Booties (2) and special Light Pink and White M&M’s (3)—all available from Amazon.

Purse favor bags for sip and see baby girl favors

Then, tuck these into dainty purses (above), floral sachets (below), or vintage-style pouchesall Bellenza SHOP exclusives. And you’ll be delighting guests with favors that are both sweet and stylish, too.

Pink and lilac sip and see girl favors

In fact, that’s the look you’ll be aiming for in this baby girl Sip and See gathering. Sugary, yes, but chic as well!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <s> <strike> <strong>