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3 Creative Ways to Throw a Gender Reveal Party

Whether you are planning a gender reveal party for your first child or the third one, it is still an exciting event to plan. Gender reveal parties are becoming as popular as baby showers, with many parents to be choosing to invite friends and of course family members to their gender reveal party.

While there are some parents who already know the gender of their baby and are the ones who reveal it to their guests, others choose to entrust the gender to someone they know who will then plan how it will be revealed.

Whatever way you choose to do it, you will never run out of creative ideas on how to do the gender reveal party. Here are some tips and Gender Reveal Party Ideas on how you can plan a successful and stress-free party!

1. Pick a theme for the whole event – the first thing you should do is to choose the theme for the event. Any party, whether it is a birthday, a wedding, etc is easier to plan when it centers on a theme. The theme can be as simple as a color motif, or it can be something personal for the future parents, such as nautical if one parent is in the Navy, or perhaps an autumn party if the party will happen during that season. There are many themes to choose from. If you are having a hard time choosing, you can talk to your partner or, if you are a friend of the parents, ask them if they have any preference on what theme they would like to see for their party.

2. Involve your guests in the party – an interactive party is always fun, and there are many ways to get your guests more involved in the party. As soon as the guests arrive, you can have them take a guest on what the gender could be. You can make this creative, for example, have them choose the color of balloons, pink if they think it’s a girl, or blue if it’s a boy. Then, anyone who guesses correctly will be able to take home a prize.

3. Get creative when doing the gender reveal! – the most important part of this type of party is, of course, the gender reveals, and this is where you can really get creative. There are so many ideas you can see on the internet. The most common is having a cake and the parents would cut it to reveal the inside of the cake that will indicate pink or blue.

Another idea that is getting more popular is the Egg Russian Roulette, which always elicits a laugh from the guests. In this game. you will prepare a dozen eggs, six colored blue and six colored pink, with 11 being hard-boiled and one raw egg. The raw egg will be the gender of the baby. It’s always fun to see the parents trying not to pick the raw egg, but also being happy to find out which one will be the raw egg because it will be the gender of the baby.

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See Jared Leto Dressed as an Antelope and Laugh for the Rest of Eternity

You need to see Jared Leto’s most recent wacky outfit, ASAP.
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Scott Disick Left Rehab to Party Apparently

Last week, Scott Disick checked himself into a rehab facility for his consistent alcohol abuse. Whether if he was trying to resolve his addiction or create a good marketing stunt, he left only a week in stating he has “business” to take care of in LA. Well it seems that making club appearances was the business.

According to TMZ, Lord Disick hit up 2 nightclubs before leaving his rehab clinic, and continued his regular party antics last night at 10AK in Vegas. A partygoer caught his appearance on video including him trying to get a married man a blowjob.

He claims that he will return to the rehab facility to finish the rest of his program, but he’s clearly living it up to the fullest until that day comes. Catch a glimpse of last nights shenanigans above.

So was his trip to rehab all a ruse? See what The Gossip Table has to say about it.

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Celebrity Hairstylists on Iconic Doobies, Edgy Cuts, and the Business of Hair

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When it comes to Hollywood, the celebrity hair game is no joke. Whether it’s a bold transformation or a signature style for television, celebs like Rihanna, Jennifer Hudson, and Orange is the New Black‘s Dascha Polanco are calling on the best to get their hair slayed. Many A-listers know the importance of having edgy hair that keeps the people guessing. We caught up with celebrity hairstylists Ursula Stephens, Cesar Ramirez, and Cynthia Alvarez to talk doobies on the red carpet, chopping off a star’s locks, breaking into the glamour business.

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Rihanna (pictured), Iggy Azalea, Rita Ora, K.Michelle, and Laverne Cox.

Ursula and Rihanna

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How did you come up with some of Rihanna’s most iconic looks?
Ursula Stephens
: When I first did Rihanna she was a good girl gone bad, so we did a bob which fit what she was doing. It was taking that risk of chopping her hair off, but not really going super short. When she decided to do her Good Girl Gone Bad album she was ready to show the world who Rihanna was. She was very forbidden by the label to change her look, so this was her coming out. She wore the bob for a while and I kept saying, “You can’t change it, it’s too early.” And one day I just felt like, I’m over this bob I want to change it. And that was her going to Rated R. So a lot of things happened because our mood changed at the right time.

Rated R was more of an edgy mohawk look, right?
Yes, more edgy and the music was tougher. I didn’t really think about it that much when we did it, it kind of just rippled. And then after that it was just a lot of, “I want to try this, I want to try that, I want to have that.” Just a lot of fun.

What about the looks for albums Loud and Talk That Talk?
She talked about going red before and I remember her saying, “I want to go red because there’s nothing louder than red.” I was on a flight and her team called me like, “Bring everything you need to make her red.” After Loud there was Talk That Talk, and I think she got kind of cocky in that era — in a good way. We did a lot of different things. It got sexy and vintage at the same time. Every time she would want to do something or I wanted to do something, we would always be on the same page.

How do you balance input from your clients? Do you have to pull the “I’m the stylist, trust me!” card a lot?
Hell yeah! Definitely. Sometimes you have to really pull back with them because they want to do a lot of crazy things that may be fun — or sometimes they want to do something so bad they don’t think [about whether] it’s appropriate. Some styles are great for red carpet and some are really great editorial.

Was there ever a time when Rihanna wanted to do something really bad and you had to talk her out of it?
I think it was more of a hair accessory. I was like, “I don’t think you should wear that hat,” but the stylist really wanted it ’cause the stylist was thinking about the wardrobe. That was a back and forth, but we never really thought ahead like that when it came to hair. With the red, she was like, “I want to do it,” it was like, “Fuck it, we’ll do it.”

Let’s talk about Rihanna’s doobie at the 2013 American Music Awards. Whose idea was that?
That was one I didn’t want to do and she did. I wasn’t really into that and we went back and forth but after a while it was like, “Let’s take the risk and do it.” It wasn’t a plan. I got to work to talk creative with her and it’s what she wanted.

When you guys meet to discuss creative, do you do it the day of or do you meet with the whole glam squad a few days before?
It’s different every time. We just text back and forth and send images to each other with our ideas.

Obviously the doobie was a bit controversial. How do you deal with criticism you get for some of your work?
It is what it is. It’s not like I’m going to a psychiatrist and talking about it. It’s my job. I love what I do, and I work with clients who want to take chances, and who are willing and want to have fun. So I’m not really bothered by it. I’m confident in my work and what I do.

Do you think more stylists should take risks?
I feel like if you have a client who could pull it off, yes.

Which celebs do you think can pull off any look?
Rita Ora
is one — she doesn’t really have a problem coming up with looks. She does it really easy and confidently.

What can we expect from Rihanna’s hair over the next few months?
I don’t know. It changes all the time! She changes her hair so much [that] even working with her you don’t know what she’s going to do or what she’s going to want.

What’s next for you?
I have a shoot with InStyle. I’m also going to be doing some classes and my salon [The Salon in Brooklyn, NY] is gonna be three years old in May, so I’m preparing for that. I’m going to do a big photo shoot for that.

Ursula is the queen of finding her client’s brand through hair, but check out the video of celebrity hairstylist Tokyo Stylez helping us with our struggle extensions.

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