Baby Showers

Choose one of our beautiful spaces for your baby shower!

As time goes on, people are investing more time and effort into baby showers. However, we realize that can be stressful, especially during a pregnancy. Our smaller venue, The Coop, fits up to 54 guests and offers an excellent venue for baby showers. In the off chance that you want to host a larger shower than that, our pavilion can hold up to 200. However, most guests will choose a smaller venue as it’s more fitting to the event.

There’s plenty of beautiful scenery around you as well. The rolling hills of Hershey are on full display at our venue and our fire pit area allows you to relax and take it all in.

We’re here to guide you along the way and make the event setup as seamless as possible, but we’ve also included some tips below should this be your first baby shower.

TIPS FOR THROWING A BABY SHOWER:

  • Host it around 6-10 weeks before your due date.
  • Keep the guest list fairly intimate. Close friends and family are the recommended invites..
  • Gift openings bring about a couple of options. First, you can elect to go the route of a traditional gift opening, where each gift is opened in front of guests. The second option is a “display shower”. This is the most popular option when the guest count is large. For this, the gifts are brought unwrapped so that everyone can see what you received without having to spend an hour, or more opening them.
  • The party does not have to fit a normal baby shower theme. It can be a relaxed party, a formal party or anything in between. Consider your audience, but also consider that this is essentially your event, so make it what you want it to be.
  • Always send a “thank you” card, even if the guest says they don’t need one

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Book a Historic Anniversary Party Venue in Hershey

An anniversary party is a great way to celebrate 25, 30, 40 and even 50 years of being married and in love. All anniversaries are huge milestones that should be celebrated with the ones that you are close to.

Planning a wedding anniversary party can come with a large list of to-dos, from where to have the party, the theme, who to have or not have on the guest list, and making sure it all fits within your budget. It can all be very stressful.

We can help!

Historic Acres offers a budget-friendly anniversary party venue, with tons of space options to choose from. In addition to helping ease the use of your budget, Historic Acres will help the party be just as beautiful as the wedding day. Whether you need a large party area or something smaller and more intimate, we have picturesque spaces to accommodate all.

If you’re still worried about the rest of the planning, our team can help you there, too. With decades of experience, our team has built connections with many local Hershey party vendors, and we can put you in contact with catering, beverage, and even entertainment vendors in Hershey.


We’re confident that we’re one of the best venues for anniversary parties.

We hope that we can help bring your anniversary party to life by providing a beautiful venue for you and all your guests to love! If you’re looking for more help planning an anniversary party, check out tips and ideas from one of our event coordinators below!

Wooden chairs and Tables adorned with white tablecloths and blue napkins for a special event.

Anniversary Party Ideas & Tips for You.

Date & Time to Determine the Location & Venue

In most cases, you’ll want to choose a date that is around the couple’s actual wedding anniversary date. We recommend trying to set down a date a few months in advance, for a few reasons. First, it allows those guests coming in from out of town to plan travel arrangements accordingly. Second, the sooner you begin to plan, the more likely a wedding anniversary party venue is available on or around your preferred date.

Consider an Anniversary Party Theme

While this step is not entirely necessary, it is fun to give something to help plan the rest of the party around. Whether you want to celebrate the decade the couple got married in, host a faux-black-tie event, or do something different like a luau, having an idea for your anniversary party theme will make planning the other steps easier.

Send Out Invitations

For a larger, more formal event, we’d recommend sending out paper invites to stress the importance and formality. If you’re having a smaller event, phone calls and digital invites will do the trick. Regardless of how you’re sending them, be sure your invites include date & times, dress code, location, and whether or not the couple has a gift registry (or even wants gifts at all).

Determine Catering Options After RSVPs

Once you have an idea of how many people will be attending, catering options for food and drink become easier to plan. Finding a caterer is much easier with our connections, and then you can begin to plan the menu. Also, remember to take people’s dietary restrictions into account.

Use Decoration Ideas from the Original Wedding or Time Era

Using the same color scheme as the couple’s wedding is a very nice touch. This can be used for the cake and decorations. Depending upon what anniversary it is, you can look into what the color, traditional gift, and flowers are. Other ideas for decorations include displaying the bride’s wedding dress and a slideshow of photos from the day. If you have chosen a theme, be sure to check out DIY options for decorations on sites like Pinterest.

Optional: Schedule Entertainment & Book A Photographer

Having a DJ or live band is completely optional but will keep people enjoying themselves for hours on end. A nice touch is to make sure the DJ or band knows some of the couple’s favorite songs and songs played on their wedding day.

While the photographer is also optional, having moments captured in time by a professional will always be a nice touch. This also allows everyone attending the party to be focused on celebrating instead of worrying about having to take photos or videos.

Ready To Plan Your Event?

Call us at (717) 298-6340 or click to contact our venue manager!

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