25 DIY Ideas and Inspiration for a Gender Reveal Party

Gender reveal parties are popping up left and right and rightfully so. They are a new spin on the classic baby shower that is so much fun for everyone.

Some couples have chosen to find out the gender before and reveal it to all their loved ones, while others find out right along with everyone else.

Either way, the expressions are priceless. Whether you’re doing the planning or daydreaming about your future party, check out these 25 DIY Ideas and Inspiration for a Gender Reveal Party…

  • Coming Up With the Perfect Theme 1 of 25
    Coming Up With the Perfect Theme
    This could be the hardest part, so try to brainstorm cute phrases to work off of like this one.
    Check it out at The Tomkat Studio.
  • Box O’ Balloons 2 of 25
    Box O' Balloons
    Fill a cardboard box with balloons and watch the couple's reaction as the gender is revealed.
    Spotted at Side by Side.
  • Going Neutral 3 of 25
    Going Neutral
    A gender neutral party allows you to experiment with unexpected colors like green and grey.
    Get the DIY party printables at The Pretty Blog.
  • Piñata Surprise 4 of 25
    Piñata Surprise
    Fill a Chinese lantern piñata with blue or pink confetti and watch as the cute couple opens it to reveal the gender.
    Check it out at Oh Happy Day.
  • Free Printable Reveal Cards 5 of 25
    Free Printable Reveal Cards
    Download and assemble these adorable gender reveal cards to give to friends and family or the mama-to-be.
    Get the free printable at Here's Looking at Me Kid.
  • Take a Slice 6 of 25
    Take a Slice
    Give the baker the baby's gender in a sealed envelope and have them bake it into a cake for the big reveal.
    Check it out at On to Baby.
  • Cake Topper Bunting 7 of 25
    Cake Topper Bunting
    Add a cute bunting to the top of the cake, but don't peak inside to see the gender reveal.
    Get the tutorial at A Pair of Pears.
  • Baby Balloon 8 of 25
    Baby Balloon
    Use a giant balloon to be the focus point of the table and hide the gender reveal inside.
    Find out more at On to Baby.
  • Wear Your Guess 9 of 25
    Wear Your Guess
    A great way to show your vote is by having your guests wear their vote whether it be a mustache or bow.
    Find out more at Colour Her Hope.
  • Pretty Bows 10 of 25
    Pretty Bows
    Cut out this template to make some pretty bows for your guests to wear.
    Check it out at Natty by Desing.
  • DIY Mustache 11 of 25
    DIY Mustache
    Cut out an assortment of mustaches for your guests to choose from.
    Get the template at Easy Makes Me Happy.
  • Waddle It Be? 12 of 25
    Waddle It Be?
    Use a book to help you get inspired like this family used, Make Way for Ducklings. The bottle cups are pretty good too.
    Check it out at Layla Grace.
  • It’s Time 13 of 25
    It's Time
    Collect vintage clocks to use as the focus of your It's Time gender reveal party.
    Find out more at Kara's Party Ideas.
  • A Whole Lot of Gumballs 14 of 25
    A Whole Lot of Gumballs
    This fun couple made gumballs the focus of their gender reveal. You must check out their faces when they find out.
    Find out more at Baby Lifestyles .
  • Sonogram Garland 15 of 25
    Sonogram Garland
    Decorate the mantel with the baby's sonograms, careful not to reveal too much.
    Find out more at Hostess With the Mostess.
  • Unexpected Themes 16 of 25
    Unexpected Themes
    Go ahead and try a new theme for your gender reveal, like focusing on mama and her many cravings.
    Find out more at Apartment Therapy.
  • Homemade Touch 17 of 25
    Homemade Touch
    To add some vintage charm to the party make signs with chalkboards and string a burlap banner.
    Find out more at Spearmint Baby.
  • Framed Chalkboard Sign 18 of 25
    Framed Chalkboard Sign
    It's so easy to make chalkboard signs to use for the party.
    Get the tutorial at Intimate Weddings.
  • Voting Booth 19 of 25
    Voting Booth
    Set up a voting booth and have the guests choose their favorite names or what they think the gender will be.
    Find out more at On to Baby.
  • Make a Film 20 of 25
    Make a Film
    This couple made a stop-motion film to reveal the gender of their baby.
    Check it out at On to Baby.
  • Bright and Sunny 21 of 25
    Bright and Sunny
    Set up a warm and inviting table for your guests to congregate around.
    Find out more at Hostess With the Mostess.
  • Decorating With Pom-Poms 22 of 25
    Decorating With Pom-Poms
    Learn how to make the pom-poms that can so nicely adorn the table.
    Get the tutorial at Martha Stewart.
  • He R She Bars 23 of 25
    He R She Bars
    Turn a Hershey's bar into a gender reveal appropriate He R She chocolate bar.
    Find out more at Kara's Party Ideas.
  • What’s Inside That Tasty Morsel? 24 of 25
    What's Inside That Tasty Morsel?
    If cake is not your thing, hide the gender reveal inside chocolate chip cookies.
    Find out more at What's In My Belly?.
  • Sweet Surprise 25 of 25
    Sweet Surprise
    This couple took pictures of them eating blue and pink colored ice cream to reveal the gender of their baby to their loved ones.
    Find out more at Sessionine.
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