A Vintage Carnival Baby Shower

This past weekend, we held a “Vintage Carnival” themed baby shower for a lovely future mama! The shower was held at a wine bar, so we tried to keep the decor classy and understated. With the help of my darling friend Brittany, we gathered raffle tickets, fortune teller fish, marquee letters, and even soap crafted to look like a prize goldfish! It was a lovely event full of lovely people. Cheers to the new baby boy!

Sesame Teriyaki Patties

Ingredients:

1 package of Ground Turkey

1/2 cup Teriyaki Sauce

2 Tablespoons Sesame Seeds

1 Egg

2 Green Onions

1 clove of Garlic, chopped

1 Tablespoon each, Sesame Oil and Olive Oil

Directions: Combine all ingredients in  a bowl. Scoop out 1 inch balls of meat onto a baking sheet. Refrigerate for up to an hour.

Warm Sesame Oil and Olive Oil in a frying pan over medium high heat. Add sesame patties (in 2 batches) and cook for 4 minutes on each side or until cooked through. Brush with more Teriyaki sauce.

Serve over noodles or cabbage salad.

I made makeshift marquee letters for a carnival baby shower and I LOVE how they turned out! Begin with cardboard letters, cut of one side with an exacto knife, then paint the letters in some sort of an antique metal color. Most craft stores sell small wooden balls that can be painted white to look like bulbs. Glue them on and presto! Vintage carnival! I made makeshift marquee letters for a carnival baby shower and I LOVE how they turned out! Begin with cardboard letters, cut of one side with an exacto knife, then paint the letters in some sort of an antique metal color. Most craft stores sell small wooden balls that can be painted white to look like bulbs. Glue them on and presto! Vintage carnival!

I made makeshift marquee letters for a carnival baby shower and I LOVE how they turned out! Begin with cardboard letters, cut of one side with an exacto knife, then paint the letters in some sort of an antique metal color. Most craft stores sell small wooden balls that can be painted white to look like bulbs. Glue them on and presto! Vintage carnival!

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