I was actually smart about this shower though, and co-hosted it instead of being an idiot and trying to throw another one by myself. So, instead of feeling like this the whole time:
I felt more like this:
A. I actually had somebody to high five since I wasn't doing this solo, and B. Things went much more smoothly than I anticipated. If you ask anybody who was there they will more than likely call me a big fat liar, because I ran around like a crazy person all day long, but much less crazy like than I thought.
Another tip for shower throwing besides making sure you share the planning duties, is do a co-ed a shower if possible.
First of all, a group of boys will give you an excuse to get a keg and stuff a piñata full of liquor. Also, when you feel taking a break from hosting duties and
Baby Elaina will definitely not go without when she finally shows her beautiful face next month.
Another thing that helps when planning a baby shower? When the mother to be's sweet aunt knows how to make a kick ass cake.
That definitely saved me a ton of money/stress/few years off my life.
And like a bad little blogger, I don't have anymore pictures. Sorry, I was too busy coming in second in a co-ed beer chugging contest and doing shots of crown with Sarah, my handy dandy co-host. Sorry about it. But, I do have a fair amount of pictures coming my way shortly, so keep your eyes open for another post. Get excited. I promise to include a recipe for the crazy delicious sangria I made for the shower too, so seriously, stay tuned.