|Wreath at Front Door|
|About to Hatch|
|Gerbera Daisies in Watering Can|
|Gerbera Daisies with Birdhouse|
|Birdhouse Diaper Cake|
|Hors D’Oeuvres Table|
|Grenadine, Sprite and Mason Jars with Straws|
|Coordinating Chocolate Cupcakes|
|Fondant Toppers matching the Invite|
|Mama and Papa Birds and their Egg|
|Basket of Cookies|
|Green and Pink Bird Sugar Cookies|
Mason jars in various sizes held different candy eggs, from jelly beans to malted eggs to chocolate eggs.
|Candy Mason Jars|
|Chocolate, Malted and Jelly Bean Eggs|
I also made nests with crispy chow mein noodles and melted butterscotch, which held pastel-colored chocolate eggs.
|Butterscotch Nests with Chocolate Eggs|
Lastly, Jessica crushed up some Oreo cookies, which we placed in cream-colored pots, along with gummy worms to top ice cream in small flower-etched glass tea light holders.
|Ice Cream Station with Oreo Dirt and Gummy Worms|
|My daughter scooping up some dirt!|
Since the table had a beautiful wood and had a rustic feel, we decided to forego a tablecloth and simply add the décor and desserts to it.
One of the bird cages re-created the invitation with wooden birds and a nest with an orange egg and small buntings like the wreath , also reading “about to hatch”.
|Birdcage with Invitation Re-Creation|
The other birdcage displayed baby photos of both Melissa and her husband, held by wooden clothespins.
|Birdcage with Baby Photos|
|So Tweet of You to Come!|
|The Party Chicks!|
|The Mama Bird and I!|
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