Invitation ideas for baby shower are no longer about one style or color. With more themes than ever before, invitations have come a long way baby. Once you have chosen your favorite design, enhance it with personalized details to make it your own. Whether you are planning a baby shower for an intimate group or throwing a large celebration, announce it with a compelling invitation.
Need invitation ideas for baby shower? Here we have carefully selected baby shower invitations that reflect the joy that a new arrival brings. Choose from stock designs or start with a blank slate and personalize at every opportunity...the results will amaze you.
Baby shower invitations baby girl.
Sugar and spice and everything nice, that's what these shower invitations are made of. From the prettiest of pinks to the sunniest of yellows, these invitations are as delicate and sweet as a baby girl.
Boy baby shower invitations ideas.
Oh boy, these invitation ideas for baby shower are everything. There are so many ways to personalize...text, color, paper type, etc. With one glance, there's no doubt that a bouncing baby boy is on the way and it's time to celebrate.
Baby shower invitations with picture.
The more personal the invitation becomes, the bigger impression it will have on recipients. Photos are the easiest way to turn a baby shower invitation into something spectacular. Take a look at these options that artfully share a picture of Mom and Dad-to-be, siblings, or the baby bump.
Simple baby shower invitations.
Invitation ideas for baby shower needn't be complicated. A simple, classic approach works wonders here with pretty invitations that include all the shower details needed.
Elegant baby shower invitations.
The shower invitation should give a hint to the formality of the celebration planned. Script letterings, hand painted artwork, and elegant text on a crisp white background are some of the ways to express you're invited with elegance.
Modern baby shower invitations.
The wonderful thing about an invitation with a modern look is there are so many choices. Modern moms love the minimalist look that conveys party details in a clean, uncluttered way. Take a look at the shower invitations here that take advantage of trendy fonts and unique color choices that are spot on.
Couple baby shower invitations.
Including new dads in the celebration of the new arrival is a good thing. And when dads attend, it opens the door to new themes such as barbeques and backyard grilling. Check out these couple baby shower invitations that make it clear that both mom and dad are being honored.
Budget baby shower invitations.
If you're looking for a bargain, consider these budget friendly shower invitations. Purchasing with or without envelopes and the reduction in size makes this an easy way to stretch the budget. As you can see here, there is no sacrifice of style and there are plenty of great options...
All in one invitations.
These all in one invitations conveniently combine the invite and the enclosure card in one place. Choose the invitation and detachable card that best fits your needs...RSVP card, book request card, diaper raffle, etc.
Fill in baby shower invitations.
Maybe it's the personal touch that makes handwritten invitations special. With all the beautiful designs available today, handwriting the party details is another way to add to the charm. Need more? Consider calligraphy or a special ink color for extra pizazz.
Baby shower by mail invitation.
When it's not practical to host an in-person celebration, consider a baby shower by mail. Send guests an invitation that includes instructions as to how the showering of love and gifts will take place. Take a look at these invitations that make it possible for everyone to participate no matter how far away.
Baby sprinkle shower invitation.
Second time around? In the place of a traditional baby shower, throw a baby sprinkle to celebrate that a second bundle of joy is on the way. Since mom already has the basic baby gear from baby number one, shower her with the day-to-day necessities of bottles, diapers, wipes, etc. Take a look at these second time around invitation ideas for baby shower...
Baby shower invitations when to send.
It is generally recommended that shower invitations be sent from four to six weeks before your baby shower. However, if the guests all live nearby, three weeks is plenty of notice.
Baby shower enclosure cards.
Baby shower invitations with diaper raffle.
Not only are the guests receiving an invitation to a baby shower, but they are also being invited to a diaper raffle. Include an enclosure card inside the invitation that asks guests to bring a pack of diapers in exchange for their chance to win a prize. The parents-to-be get plenty of diapers and the gift giving process turns into a fun game.
Books for baby shower.
Add an enclosure card with your invite that requests each person to bring a book for baby. Have the guest sign their book and write a short message. It's that personal touch that will make these books become a treasured keepsake.
Display shower card enclosure.
Want to try something new with your invitation ideas for baby shower? Consider enclosing a card asking guests to bring an unwrapped gift to the shower. As the guests arrive, place each gift with the gift tag attached on full display. With no gifts to unwrap, mom can now relax, enjoy the refreshments, and spend time visiting with her guests.
Return address labels.
Sometimes it's the least little thing that gets the most attention. These personalized return address labels are just one more invitation detail that is sure to be noticed.
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