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Product description

Features:
This ultimate party supplies includes all your need for a amazing baby gender reveal party.
Letting out the secret of the baby's gender should be a great joy, impressing your guests with the chic pink and blue colour combination of this set. "br"Add a final touch and bring vigor and vitality to the gender reveal party."br"Grab your kit to celebrate your baby's announcement and have a blast party!

Specification:
Item Type: Baby Gender Reveal Party Supplies
Condition: 100% brand new
Color: As Shown
Material: Paper + Plastic

Package Includes:
1 x Boy or Girl Banner(3m)
16 x 9inch Plate
16 x 7inch Plate
16 x Cup
16 x Tissue
1 x Pack of Pink Confetti(20g)
1 x Pack of Blue Confetti(20g)
2 x Black Question Balloon(10inch)
2 x Blue amp; Pink Question Foil Balloon(18inch)
5 x Pink Confetti Balloon(12inch)
5 x Blue Confetti Balloon(12inch)
5 x Pink Question Balloon(12inch)
5 x Blue Question Balloon(12inch)
16 x Blue amp; Pink Knife
16 x Blue amp; Pink Spoon
16 x Blue amp; Pink Fork

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