Continued from page 1
Try to serve as much of a selection as possible, so that there is something for all of guests. If there are any guests that have food restrictions, try to have some of food take these restrictions into account.
Preparing baby shower finger food needs to be as mess-free as possible. If guests are wandering around and visiting they won’t want to be juggling plates, cutlery, and drink glasses. This is where finger food comes in handy as perfect baby shower party food. Prepare finger food that is easy for guests to pop into their mouths without getting their fingers too dirty. Finger food can include vegetables and dips, mini sandwiches, sausage rolls, and crackers and cheese.
The desserts that are served can be as sinful as possible or they can be on healthy side. You’ll want to serve a variety of desserts that center around party theme.
There should, of course, be a baby cake that is centerpiece of dessert table. Other smaller desserts can be displayed around baby cake in a continuing theme. Some desserts that you may want to consider include iced cookies, squares, petit fours, and bowls of seasonal fruit. No matter what type of food that you decide to serve. Try to make sure that there is something for everyone and that there will be enough food to last for duration of party. You don’t want to run out of food before gifts have been opened and games have been played.
You might want to look up babyshower recipes to help with baby shower food ideas. There are recipes for cakes, cookies, appetizers, and much more.
© Copyright Randy Wilson, All Rights Reserved.
Randy is owner of How to Plan a Baby Shower where you will find further tips on baby showers and baby shower games.