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Marcie is ready to POP! To celebrate, I’ve created Marcie’s Ready to POP! baby shower, complete with a white drizzle chocolate popcorn. Check here for the recipe!

The main sign, food labels and thank-you cards all center around a gender-neutral color with bubble imagery. Make the “Marcie’s Ready to POP!” your own by filling in the sign with the expecting mama’s name by using our file:

POP-1-fill(Simply click on the image, then you can either print it and write in the name you prefer OR you can download it, open it in Adobe Reader to add the name of your choice!)

You can even use our free, downloadable file for your own thank yous here:

Ready to Pop FREE Printables!

I gathered some various things that POP! to celebrate Marcie’s pregnancy. There are many other things that pop you can add to your baby shower! Here’s what I used:

  • Chocolate drizzle popcorn: This popcorn recipe includes M&Ms. Since Marcie is leaving the gender of her baby a surprise, I used gender-neutral M&Ms with this recipe. If you know your baby’s gender or have specific colors for your baby shower theme, make your M&M’s match!
  • Blow pops
  • Bubble gum
  • Pop rocks

For party favors, you can place the “Thanks for popping by” tags on the bubbles.

Better yet, send some of the delicious chocolate drizzle popcorn home in baggies with the tags either glued on or attached with ribbon. I’ve also seen cute popcorn containers you can buy that would be a great option!

The options for using the theme Ready to POP! are endless! Here are some other ideas:

  • Cake pops
  • Popcorn buffet (various types of popcorn such as butter, cheese, caramel)
  • Soda pop in individual bottles
  • Ring pops
  • Balloons
  • Fruit pops

Thank you to Lulu for providing the printable labels for this post. She would love to create anything from invites to decorations to thank you notes for you! Visit her website. Read her guest post on our site about taking Professional Quality Photos at Home.