No, in general it’s not considered correct etiquette to bring a baby gift to a gender reveal party as you don’t yet know what gifts are gender appropriate.
A gender reveal party is designed to surprise all the guests (and often the parents) with the fact that the baby is a girl or boy. This means that any gifts that are purchased for the baby would need to be in neutral colors. For this reason it’s best to purchase any baby gifts for the baby shower or later in the mother’s pregnancy.
If you do wish to bring a gift, the more appropriate is a gift for the hostess Some people choose to bring a gift that matches the color which they personally predict for the baby’s gender.
Some examples of such gifts include:
- A bottle of wine (non-alcoholic) with a blue or pink ribbon.
- A single cupcake, with blue or pink frosting.
- Flowers in blue or pink.
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