Born to be wild!
Six star Brianne Davis and father Mark Gantt, who are expecting their initial child together, were a guest of respect Saturday during a coed baby showering during a family friend’s home in Los Angeles.
Attended by about 40 guest — including luminary pals Jana Kramer, SWAT actress Bre Blair and Davis’ Six costar Nadine Velazquez — a whack was themed after woodland animals, featuring taste and refreshments desirous by an darling accumulation of critters.
“My Husband, Mark Gantt, and we wanted a woodland-animal thesis given that’s a thesis for his room,” David, 35, tells PEOPLE of her baby child on a way. “We both venerate animals and wish a son to be surrounded by other forms of life on this planet.”
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Guests dug into some of Davis’ favorite foods: Mexican-inspired transport like duck and beef tacos, burritos and chips and guacamole. They also sampled a accumulation of candy — including mixed cakes and a dessert list pleasantness of Polkatots Cupcakes.
And while there were no showering games, there was one really suggestive organisation activity that gave a mom-to-be something special to take with her on smoothness day.
“My favorite partial of a coed showering was carrying 40 of a closest friends and family share their blessing for a son’s future,” says Davis. “Each chairman brought a stone and shared their hopes and dreams for both a son and a new tour together. The beads will be strung together into a necklace and I’ll wear it in a smoothness room.”
Photographer, actor and executive Gantt and Davis sent any guest home with a singular favor: a parcel of wildflower seeds for them to plant during their homes.
And a integrate can’t wait to accommodate their new addition. “As a mom, I’m many looking brazen to lifting a kind and honeyed child who is not fearful to destroy and to be his possess person,” Davis shares with PEOPLE.
She adds, “And saying my father being a good father we knew he would always be. He was done to be a father.”