Baby showers get creative

This undated publicity photo provided by Anders Ruff shows designers and stylists Maureen Anders and Adria Ruff�s use of a palette of mint, aqua, yellow and lime green for a gender neutral baby shower in Tega Cay, S.C. Incorporating handmade elements like wool pompoms, simple printable paper decor, and using paper, marshmallows and cake decorations as centerpiece �flowers,� is an inexpensive and creative way to create a unique display. (AP Photo/Anders Ruff, Becca Bond Photography)

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