Alexandra got all dressed up for the occasion.
I put on my dress which I like to pretend is from Korea but is actually from Macy's.
I let out my crafty side and made this diaper cake, which says "love" in Korean.
We hung roughly 2,432 lanterns from the ceiling (or, 25 to be exact), and I made a garland with Jett's name for the mantel.
We gathered up all the random Asian-esque things from our possessions to decorate.
We made pretty little tea favors for the guests.
We served tea that had been flown all the way from South Korea for the occasion.
We ate lots of food, like sushi, kimchee dumplings, and of course, cake.
We made a wishing tree for everyone to hang their wishes for Jett on.
We played silly shower games, shared why Tara will make such a great mother, and opened lots of presents.
Now we just need Jett to get here and play with Allie!