Posts filed under Girl's Showers

My Baby Shower: Pink, White & Roses!

Pizzazzerie's Baby Girl Shower - Pink & Roses!

This is a post I couldn't have imagined writing four years ago when I launched Pizzazzerie.com! I've shared dozens and dozens of baby showers from around the world, but my own? Oh my! This is a TREAT! Needless to say, I'm over the moon to share my baby shower pictures with you. I'm so lucky that my Mom recently moved to the area … { Continue Reading }

{Party Feature} Honey Bee Baby Shower!

Adorable Honey Bee Baby Shower Photos + Inspiration!

We are LOVING this HONEY BEE Baby Shower styled and photographed by Lemonberry Moon! A beautiful color palette of yellow and gray, with a hint of pink, were used to celebrate the arrival of the baby girl, nicknamed "Honey Bee". From the floral centerpieces wrapped with beeswax to the beehive drink dispenser, this party is full … { Continue Reading }

Darling French Market Baby Shower!

French Market Baby Shower!

Several of my friends are expecting babies next year so I'm thrilled to gather up baby shower ideas that I hope you love as well. Today's post is dedicated to this darling French Market Baby Shower by Katie Rebecca Events! Katie shared a bit of inspiration for this shower. "Chami and Mat are going to make incredible parents they … { Continue Reading }

10 Pink Party Food + Drinks

10 Pink Party Foods + Drinks on Pizzazzerie

We love pink around here for a lot of reasons. Next month is Breast Cancer Awareness Month with its signature pink color, lots of parties revolve around pink (baby showers, bridal showers, birthdays, etc), it's just plain cute, and well - who needs a reason to love pink? We rounded up our favorite pink party foods (with some … { Continue Reading }

Pink Baby Shower

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Pink Kisses 2 egg whites, room temperature 2/3 cup sugar (we use Domino's) 1/2 teaspoon vanilla 1/2 teaspoon almond extract 1/2 teaspoon cream of tartar 1 cup white chocolate chips 1 cup pecans, chopped (optional) Red Food Coloring Turn the oven to bake at 375. Next beat the egg whites until they hold peaks. Gradually … { Continue Reading }