Cherish Precious Moments | Host Your Perfect Baby Shower at Knockerdown in the Derbyshire Countryside
At Knockerdown, we understand the importance of those cherished moments leading up to the big arrival, and we're thrilled to offer you the perfect setting for your unforgettable baby shower party.
Our Brackendale room is more than just a space; it's a canvas ready to be painted with the colors of joy and anticipation. This spacious room boasts an abundance of natural light, creating a warm and inviting atmosphere that's perfect for celebrating this significant milestone. As you step through the patio doors, you'll find yourself on our serene outdoor terrace, an ideal spot to raise a toast to the upcoming arrival of your little one.
You have the creative freedom to set up the room according to your preferences. Choose between long or round tables, elegant lime-washed chairs, and pristine white linen cloths to create the ambiance that perfectly suits your vision for this special day.
At Knockerdown, we're dedicated to making your baby shower a memorable and stress-free event. Let us be a part of your journey as you prepare to welcome your new bundle of joy. Contact us today to discuss how we can help you create the baby shower of your dreams in the heart of Derbyshire!"
Here are a few tips to help plan a fun filled baby shower.
1. Setting a date & time, normally within a few week's before the big arrival. Always check the future parents are available to attend.
2. Book the venue, always ask the venue if they can help with suppliers & decor
3. Send out the invites to Family, Friends & Future God parents
4. Choose a theme, including decoration, balloons, banners, centre pieces & goody bags
5. Plan the food, maybe get the guests to bring the buffet food between them or book a caterer to prepare a buffet or sit down meal
6. Games are always a great way to get the celebrations started, ideas like nappy changing game, baby bingo, guess the weight of the new born, a craft table. Maybe ask the guests to arrive wearing blue or pink clothes, depending on whether they think the gender will be a boy or girl