Wendy Osefo declared on The Real Housewives of Potomac's October 18 episode that the sip-and-see she was hosting for her daughter, Kamrynn, would be "over the top." That may have been putting it lightly.
As she planned the party, which she noted was "not just a sip-and-see," but a Nigerian tradition where "we present our newborn baby to our family and our friends," Wendy was focused on finding the perfect venue. "We need someplace that can host the amount of people that we want that is not our house, because we're not doing that," she said. "I want Kamrynn to be artsy and I want her to have culture and know culture, so what better backdrop than a museum?"
Ultimately, they decided on the Sandy Spring Museum and totally transformed the venue into the most gorgeous space. The jaw-dropping setup was filled with pink décor, including elaborate balloon and floral displays, a photo booth, and stunning table settings.
Of course, the Christening and baby dedication ceremony, as it was described on the invitation shown on the episode, also featured an incredible spread. Throughout the evening, guests enjoyed "a mix of Nigerian food and Caribbean food," a lavish dessert table, and a pink speciality drink called "Kamrynn Kapri Kool Aid."
Nigerian music kept guests including Ashley Darby, Gizelle Bryant, Karen Huger, Candiace Dillard Bassett, and Robyn Dixon on the dance floor for much of the night. "I have been to Nigerian parties that don't end until the sun comes up," Ashley said. "What I didn't know is that that also applied to 3-month-olds."
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