Paula Rogo
Jun, 27, 2018

Cardi B and Offset are ready to welcome their bundle of joy.

The "I Like It" rapper husband Migos’ Offset were joined by friends and family for a lavish baby shower in Atlanta. Videos shared on social media from the event show an elated Cardi walking into the event with Offset on her arm.

Cardi B and Offset at their Baby Shower 🎥: @brooklyn.johnny

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This is the couple’s first child together. Earlier this year, Cardi confirmed it will be a girl—the baby's gender was further confirmed by the pink-themed shower. 

Lil mama got her own Bodega 😩😩

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Guests included celebrities like Monica and Shannon Brown and Love & Hip Hop Atlanta's Kirk and Rasheeda Frost. TMZ also revealed that the little girl’s shower registry was as lavish as her mama. From a Moses bassinet retailing for $2,799 (with an $839 extra fee for gold-leaf covering) to a mini Bentley Bentayga, Cardi's baby girl will be set.

Cardi B’s Baby Shower: A Bronx Fairytale

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#Rp @frost117 ・・・ Issa #babyshower congrats! #babybardi

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Though the event seemed to go off without a hitch, Cardi alluded to the stress of planning a baby shower for a big family in a series of tweets.

"Baby shower planning makes me not even wanna do a wedding,” she wrote. “Soo overwhelming!”

She confirmed Monday that she and Offset had actually tied the knot last September, a month before the Migos rapper publicly proposed during Power 99’s Powerhouse concert in Philadelphia. 

“There are so many moments that I share with the world and then there are moments that I want to keep for myself!” she tweeted. “Getting married was one of those moments!”

She added: “Well now since you lil nosey f—ks know at least ya can stop saying I had a baby out of wedlock.“ 

Cardi announced her pregnancy in April while performing on Saturday Night Live. She decided to take some time off weeks after dropping her debut #1 album. The 2018 Broccoli City Festival in late April was her last gig until after the baby arrives.