Jessica Alba, 36, anticipates the birth of her third child she is expecting a baby boy. On Saturday The Honest Company founder gathered around her close friends and family at a star-studded bash thrown for the actress.
Guests included model/actress Molly Sims, 44, and fashion designer Rachel Zoe, 46, to name a few. It was a tea party themed affair thrown by the entrepreneur’s mother Cathy Alba and best friend Kelly Sawyer.
The shower was held at Laduree in Beverly Hills. Attendee’s munched on macaroons and a decadent cake that was covered in stars. The private room was garnished with Gold and Silver balloons while the tables had rose centerpieces.
What Jessica Wore to Her Baby Shower
Jessica opted to wear a simple black dress with strappy black sandals for the occasion. She went for a more dramatic makeup, a black smoky eye and wore a black headband in her hair with a bow. At the pre-party bash, she gave a shout out to her hair and makeup crew on Instagram thanking them for the glam treatment.
The mother already to daughter’s Honor, 9, and Haven, 6, gave a heartfelt and funny speech to her guests. She went on to tell the room, “He’s gonna fall out of me any time now, so this is good that we’re doing this. You guys really do mean so much to me. Thank you guys so much for always being there for me. I’ve asked a lot out of you guys at different points in my life and I’m so grateful you guys are my chosen family.”
Alba went to social media with several pictures from the tea luncheon, giving thanks and praising appreciation especially to her bestie, co-founder of Baby2Baby Kelly Sawyer.
She posted a pic of she and Sawyer standing side by side with Kelly cradling her BFF’s belly. Kelly earlier at the party gave a speech to her best friend where she admitted “I can’t wait for him to come. I feel like I’m having my own little boy.”
Alba is said to be due before Christmas. She and husband Cash Warren, 38, has been seen out and about a lot lately in Los Angeles, staying close to home. Now the family just wait’s in anticipation of his arrival.