The moment you learn the sex of your baby is magical. Share it with friends and family by hosting an epic reveal party.
If you're planning on finding out your baby's gender before giving birth, consider throwing a gender-reveal party to let friends and family in on the excitement. Will there be pink frosting in the centre of the cupcakes? Or will everyone get sprayed in blue silly string?
Set the date and invite guests.
Send your invitations out at least six weeks ahead of time, so you can get your gender-determining ultrasound, and even a 3-D ultrasound, and plan your big reveal. Some guests may not have heard of a gender reveal party, so be sure to include a brief explanation.
Schedule an ultrasound.
It's clear to a skilled ultrasound technician whether you're having a boy or a girl at around 18 to 20 weeks' gestation. Ask the sonographer to write "boy" or "girl" on a piece of paper and place it in a sealed envelope (instead of announcing the sex of the baby).
This information needs to remain confidential and be handed to me at Harry Rose Ceremonies.
The sex of your baby remains secret until the reveal party.