Funny Baby Shower Invites

What do you say in baby shower invites?

  • “We're tickled pink to announce there is a girl on the way.”
  • “A precious baby girl is almost here!”
  • “Come help us shower _____ with love.”
  • “A little lady is on the way!”
  • “It's a girl!
  • How do you congratulate a baby?

  • “So happy for you.”
  • “Wishing all the best for you and your baby-to-be.”
  • “Wishing you sweet times ahead…”
  • “Can't wait to meet baby!”
  • “Your family is about to get even cuter.”
  • “Blessings to baby and you.”
  • “Praying for a safe and healthy delivery for both you and baby.”
  • How do you congratulate new parents?

  • “Congratulations!
  • “That's going to be one lucky baby.”
  • “Congratulations!
  • “May your baby be blessed with good health, love and laughter.
  • “Now is the time to enjoy your baby's little feet and baby smell.
  • “Congratulations to proud new parents!”
  • “We are really excited that your baby has arrived safe and sound!”
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    How do you drive through a baby shower?

  • Choose a short time frame for the drive-by.
  • Send an invitation.
  • Set up a table at the curb for gifts.
  • Decorate the house and yard.
  • Set out individually wrapped cookies or cupcakes.
  • Send an activity to guests in advance.
  • How do I decline a pity invitation?

    The best way to decline any invitation is to simply say, or write, “I'm so sorry, but I won't be able to go/be there/attend your event.” And then stop. There is no/no reason to feel required to add a reason or excuse, especially if you would have to make one up.

    How long should a drive thru baby shower last?

    Giving each guest a 10 to 15-minute time slot should allow for enough time while still keeping things moving. However, if you have a large guest list, you may want to double up to make sure it's not too long of a day for your mom-to-be.

    When should you have a baby shower?

    When should you plan a baby shower? Baby showers are typically held four to six weeks before the baby's due date—late enough that the pregnancy is well along, but likely early enough to avoid an untimely arrival.

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