Celebrity Parents Beverley Mitchell's Chic & Cheery Baby Shower The expectant actress celebrates her baby's pending arrival with a festive affair By Shanelle Rein-olowokere Updated on January 19, 2022 05:16 PM Share Tweet Pin Email Trending Videos 01 of 06 GAL PALS Lu Tapp Photography Wearing a bright red Liz Lange maternity dress and a green Stella amp Dot statement necklace, a glowing Beverley Mitchell – who is expecting her first child – greets guests (including Amy Davidson, Willa Ford and Lacey Chabert) as they arrive at her baby bash hosted by Target. 02 of 06 PRETTY IN PINK Lu Tapp Photography Complemented by sleek brown leather chairs, the dining tables were accented with flowers, menus and favor boxes in shades of peach, yellow, green and chocolate brown. But it was the cuddly centerpieces (teddy bears tied with ribbons!) that took the decor up an adorable notch. 03 of 06 MOMMY DUTY Lu Tapp Photography Yum! Mitchell and mother Sharon share a picture-perfect moment before dining on their choice of blackened halibut with corn and cabbage, spaghetti Bolognese or pan-roasted chicken breast with spinach and mashed potatoes. 04 of 06 SUGAR RUSH Lu Tapp Photography In keeping with the springtime theme, Sweet Arleen's adorned the cupcakes and cake (red velvet, chocolate and vanilla) with ruffled floral designs and displayed them on white, vintage-style dessert stands. 05 of 06 BUMP IT UP Lu Tapp Photography Before filling up their gift bags with luxe loot (Basq beauty products, Mabel's Labels, Pixi makeup and more!), partygoers including Francia Raisa and Sarayu Rao gather to rub the first-time mom's belly. "I get a lot of gifts in my line of work, so it's nice to see my friends receive gifts as well," Mitchell shares. 06 of 06 ALL AGLOW Lu Tapp Photography Due with a girl in early April, the former 7th Heaven star shows off her growing bump while enjoying the festivities. Her favorite part of the event? Being able to give back to charity Teen with a Dream, which helps combat the effects of social isolation experienced by kids undergoing chemotherapy.