When you’re pregnant, there’s only one question that everybody wants to know the answer to; are you having a girl or boy? Pink or blue? Oliver or Olivia? Even strangers like to speculate on the shape of your bump and what they think you’re having.
If you’re prepared to pay there are very expensive tests you can have as early as 10 weeks to discover the sex of your baby, but most people prefer to wait until the 20 week scan, after which it’s now increasingly popular to throw a gender reveal party.
Gender reveal parties involve the guests and the expectant parents finding out the sex of their unborn baby in many different ways. Some choose to pop balloons, which shower them in either pink or blue confetti, while others cut open a cake to reveal either pink or blue sponge inside.
But that’s just for starters; there are many other ways you can reveal the gender of your baby, just take a look at the video for tons of inspiration and lots of heartwarming gender reveals.
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