2012 was a really fun year at On to Baby, and we’re even more excited for 2013! We wanted to look back on the year gone by and share which posts were your faves. These ten posts were the most viewed posts first published in 2012. Some classics from 2011 actually topped the overall charts, but these were the most popular of those that made a 2012 debut:
1) Rylee’s Soft Peach and Gray Nursery: With it’s soft, romantic palette and dreamy details, we weren’t surprised to see this amazing nursery at the top of the list!
2) Pretty Pink Owl Themed Baby Shower: This beautifully designed, feminine baby shower has a lot to love, but in particular we saw readers couldn’t get enough of the well planned, lovely onesie decorating station.
3) Cute Pregnancy Announcement Ideas: This darling couple used chalk drawings to illustrate their baby on the way, and it was pretty much impossible not to be charmed by these unique announcements.
4) 1960s Manhattan Themed Birthday Party: This party is hands down one of the most detailed, creative, and well executed birthday parties ever. We weren’t surprised to see it pop up over on Anthropologie’s Tumblr.
5) Red and Blue Vintage Airplane Nursery: With classic styling, custom drapes and bedding, and a popular nursery theme, this nursery attracted a lot of love.
6) Pink and Black Paris Inspired Baby Shower: This shower overflowed with luxurious details and beautiful decor.
7) Yellow and White Gender Reveal Party: Gender reveal parties are always popular here, but this one was especially beloved for the handcrafted design details.
8) Olive’s Nursery: This space is a delightful mix of old and new, with many sweet handmade and personal details, and it charmed the heck out of everyone who saw it.
9) Lovely Milk & Cookies Birthday Party: I want to go to this party…every single day! How can you resist this pretty palette, soft ruffles, adorable little details, and, of course, the cookies and milk?!
10) Cardboard Box Birthday Party: This is a personal all-time favorite. The theme is so fun and brilliant for just about any little one, but it was also pulled together so perfectly! Who knew cardboard could look so great?
Did your favorite make the list? Let us know in the comments!