Tiny Prints Baby Shower Invitations
Good Things Come in Small Packages: Invitations

One of the first steps in planning a baby shower is to create a guest list.

It's usually a safe bet to ask the guest of honor for a list of people she would like to invite, but in sticking with "Good Things Come in Small Packages" theme, an intimate group of family and closest friends works well for this one.

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As for the invitations, I like to reference the baby–to–be's room when making my selection. The pregnant mama will adore an invite that matches her nursery theme, especially if she plans on framing it for the room.

You're guaranteed to find a darling card at Tiny Prints. Featuring over 60 shower invitations, the super swell stationery company has pink and blue hued cards as well as gender neutral invites to please the thrill seeking mamas.

On the invitation, you'll want to answer all of the following questions:

  • Who is being honored at the shower?
  • What day and time is the shower being held?
  • Where is the party?
  • Who is the RSVP contact?
  • Where is the mama–to–be registered? (Optional.)
  • Who is hosting the shower? (Optional.)

Check back tomorrow for place settings and drink ideas.

Making the decision to have a child is momentous. It is to decide forever to have your heart go walking around outside your body. Baby Shower Invitations
I love tiny prints! They have some really sweet invitations and card, and their prices are very reasonable. I just had mine done and if you're like me and HATE getting extra stuff that's not on your registry because you don't want to end up with a gagillion blankets or books you can add a special note at the bottom alog with where you're registered at. This is what was typed on mine: *Please Note: John & Jane have a “teensy” condo with little extra space. If you don’t find what you want to purchase on the registries, gift cards are greatly appreciated.
i like saying.... Baby Name is registered at...
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