A baby shower is a celebration of the birth of an expected child, whereas other parents find this opportunity to reveal the gender of their unborn baby.
|Hubby and I called out for game participants|
Planning a baby shower sounds so easy, but hell no. You have to come up with a good venue, food, invitations and much more. I started planning when I was 6 months pregnant. I initially wanted an intimate celebration like a spa party with my girlfriends but then I realized it would be more fun if more guests could come. Hence, a baby shower in McDonald’s!
An event is incomplete without an invitation.
As a guest, I would be more excited to attend a party with a fun and quirky invites. But that also means extra cost for hiring a good graphic artist. Recently I discovered a baby shower invitation maker that makes the layout process, easier and cheaper. Paperless Post is a library of customizable whimsical invitations where you can send it online or printed on paper. Oh, how I wish I knew this before!
They have tons of different layouts and here are my top favorites!
|Pressed Blossoms – Pink|
|Foxy’s Forest Party|
This is just an option, but you can also choose from different themed party ideas you can search online. Having a themed party makes your celebration even more memorable with those color-coordinated balloons and cute centerpieces. They look great in photos too! There is Shabby Chic theme (for a baby girl) that looks so pretty and dainty or Carnival theme (for a baby boy) for a fun and festive celebration.
Lastly, if you are into arts and crafts, it would be lovely to add some personal touch with some DIYs (do-it-yourself) decorations like footprint banner and tissue paper pompoms.
It’s cheaper, fun to do and of course, it’s a labor of love!
A millenial mom (of two boys) who has passion in makeup and motherhood in between.