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March 30th, 2007, 08:06 AM
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We are trying to have a shower for 2 employees (1 woman and 1 man). My ideas are GONE!!! I'm used to planning showers that are held in homes/parks/etc. But not within a company setting. I need ideas and I need them fast. Firstly, there is no real room for us to get together. I thought about renting a tent to place in the parking lot and having pizza, cake, drinks, etc. Is this too cheesy? We probably will only have the usual 1 hour to do this, so, probably, no time for too many, if any, games. I guess when it boils down to it, it's more about the thought of honoring the parents-to-be.

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May 23rd, 2007, 06:58 AM
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I did a company baby shower for a coworker of mine. We did not have any games, just a small luncheon. We ordered deli meat sandwiches, a fruit tray and a cake. We also had mini Hershey's candy bars with labels that said the baby's name. There is software that makes these labels and you just have to tape or glue the label paper over the top of the candy bar wrapper. This was cute and fun. I also made a diaper cake that had goodies for the new baby, and a bouquet of flowers (purchased) with baby sock roses for the mom. The dad didn't get to do too much, mostly he held the baby while her mom got a chance to open gifts! We held our baby shower after the birth of the baby.
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