In order to involve both parents in the celebration, coed baby showers, sometimes called Jack and Jill, are growing in popularity. For parent-to-be who want to enjoy the celebration together as a family this is a terrific way to do it, and coed showers can be a lot of fun!
There are a few considerations to make while organizing a coed shower over a more traditional celebration. One is to make sure there are an equal number of men and women on the guest list. This helps keep the celebration balance and it embraces the truly gender neutral nature of the party. Another thing you will want to do is to pick games and pursuits that everyone can take pleasure in. Also, don’t forget to provide the soon-to-be parents with some non-alcoholic beverages!
Try to avoid anything too “girly” or “boyish” in the party’s décor. Choose muted hues and straightforward, contemporary patterns, instead of opting for gender specific colors. Keep the cuisine basic, it can be a good idea to choose light snacks and finger foods when selecting your refreshments.
You can make a unisex celebration into a lot of fun for the whole family. By being creative and inclusive you can do a lot to achieve a fun atmosphere where everyone will have something to look forward too.