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Don't Want A Baby Shower? Check Out 12 Sip + Sees!

By Casi Densmore-Koon |

If you’re anything like me + your due date is against you than a sip + see is just perfect!

For those of you who may miss your shower because you have the baby early or, you’d rather just give your little one a grand celebration after birth. Whatever the reason, a sip + see is a really great alternative to your average baby shower. So, what is a sip + see? It defines itself. You sip pretty drinks and eat yummy food as you “see” the new arrival. I guess you could call it a meet + greet! It’s a great time to celebrate the birth of your new addition.

It’s perfect for those who don’t need to register, hate playing baby shower games and well, just having the focus on them. I know at my baby showers, I wasn’t a big fan of having all the attention. Which is why, this time around, I am having a sip + see. It’s so fun to get together with close friends + family and show off your little.

After you browse these real-life sip + see parties, you will be ready to forget a baby shower. Take a look, after the jump!

Did you have a sip + see?

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12 Pretty Sip + Sees

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This is a great theme, perfect for a newborn baby. After all, what baby doesn't love milk?
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About Casi Densmore-Koon


Casi Densmore-Koon

Casi Densmore-Koon is the founder and editor of cupcakeMAG, and cupcakeMAG Littles, ringleader of her five kids under ten, and her darling hubs. When she isn’t writing, interviewing celebs, and styling clients, you can find her reading the “weeklies,” wishing she had a nanny, and chasing after her little ones! Read bio and latest posts → Read Casi's latest posts →

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