Kimberly Caldwell can’t wait to meet her baby girl, Houston Mae!
“The table was set with intentions of gratitude and happiness with beautiful fall and harvest tones,” a rep tells PEOPLE of the indoor-outdoor luncheon event.
Also in attendance were celeb guests like Ali Fedotowsky-Manno, Willa Ford, Caitlin Crosby and Orly Shani, who helped Caldwell and her family feel “grateful for all the love and becoming a family of four in 2020.”
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Guests celebrated the mom-to-be over a delicious spread from Lemonade, including Mexican street corn, curried cauliflower, snap pea edamame salad and more.
On the sweets menu? Boho-inspired rice krispy treats, dream catcher cookies and a multi-tiered naked cake, decorated with eucalyptus and the baby’s initials: “HMH.”
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Guests didn’t leave empty-handed, either. In their gift bags, they received various self-care goodies like Aloisia Marie Beauty’s new 7-Day Skin Care System sets, gift cards for Shipt memberships and Squeeze massages, Guess sunglasses, Drybar products and items from Caldwell’s newly launched lipstick line, Willa & Lucille.
Another sweet addition was having calligrapher Kimberly Shrack at the event, who painted well wishes for baby Houston on a pretty canvas made to look like Houston’s initials.
Captioning a photo of herself at the party with Harlow, Caldwell — who wore a long-sleeved ivory lace midi dress by Bump Biddy — wrote last month, “I’ve already cried three times. I never had a shower for my first baby so this is making me feel extra special.”
Caldwell and pro soccer player Harvey, 35, revealed their pregnancy news exclusively to PEOPLE in August, when the mom-to-be said, “We are overjoyed with the news of a sweet baby on the way and ready to celebrate in a BIG way!”
They revealed the sex of their little one on the way at a fiesta-themed “gender reveal party” — piñata and all — later that month, celebrating with a pizza spread dubbed “Slice Slice Baby” from Fresh Brothers, complete with salad and garlic knots. The festivities also saw authentic Mexican street tacos, homemade guacamole and quesadillas.
Ahead of the big reveal, they munched on two llama-themed cupcake pull-apart creations — one blue and one pink, captioned “Señor” and “Señorita,” respectively — as well as cactus macarons and mini cupcakes, all from Polkatots.
The surprise was complete with a fun scavenger hunt created for little Harlow to solve, which eventually led her to a pink Joovy kids' stroller that indicated her new sibling would be a sister.