Once you know who to invite to the baby shower, it is easy to create baby shower invitations online. We have a wide selection of editable baby shower invitation templates, including woodland baby shower invitations and elephant baby shower invitations. Browse a menagerie of baby shower invites with forest friends, and new-to-the-zoo animals. Or opt for an invitation well-suited to your future prince or princess. Use our easy design and planning tools on-site, or contact our complimentary Design Service team for baby shower invite help. We’re here to make celebrating the parents-to-be’s special delivery as easy as it can be.
Paperless Post has a wide range of baby shower invitations for boys and girls as well as gender-neutral invites. Scroll through our filters to quickly view designs by color, price, card shape, and more. For classic girl-themed designs browse our baby girl or fairy tale cards that have pink hues and highlights. For classic boy-themed designs, consider opting for one of our animal safari cards or teddy bear designs, in a variety of blue or green hues. For surprise gender or a more modern take, enjoy our gender-neutral baby shower designs pairing yellows, neutrals, or even rainbows that can apply to any bundle of joy.
We’ve also developed baby shower invitation ideas for specific shower themes including gender reveals, book showers, and lest we forget, the Baby-Q. (This may be the only time your honoree can go heavy on the sauce.)
If you’re wondering how to choose a baby shower invitation the most important rule is to bring to life the mom-to-be’s personal style. Our library of baby shower announcements are as darling as her impending arrival. If her style is more classic than cutesy, browse custom baby shower invitations from lifestyle brands, independent stationers, and even fashion houses via our hassle-free invitation maker. Choose runway-inspired florals from Oscar de la Renta, softly chic prints from Sugar Paper, curious cards designed by Mr. Boddington’s Studio, or the signature illustrations of Rifle Paper Co. You’ll find Anna Bond’s hand-painted botanicals, of course, but she’s also inhabited her woodland scenes with a treasury of storybook wildlife and other supporting characters.
One of the most important questions for many baby shower hosts “when to send baby shower invites? Baby showers are typically hosted around the mother-to-be’s sixth or seventh month of pregnancy, and we recommend sending out your baby shower invitation around four weeks before then. If you’re hosting around her sixth month, send invites during her fifth, and if you’re hosting the party around her seventh month, send invites during her sixth.
When designing your baby shower invitations there are a few of pieces of information that are helpful to include.
The best element of any baby shower or party is the people! You should always ask the parents-to-be who they would like to include on the guest list. This can be anyone from family and friends to neighbors and co-workers. Once you’ve nailed down your list, our useful attendance tracker will help you keep tabs on the RSVPs, manage the guest list, and collaborate on activities, games, and gifts.
After you’ve settled on the best design for your shower, our online design tool will help personalize the baby shower invitation templates to your exact needs. Customize your baby shower wording with an array of fonts and text colors and pick out a new backdrop or patterned envelope liner, too—there’s room for detail in every part of the invitation. If you have your own specific vision, feel free to upload your own design—you’ll still have access to our hosting tools. You can also integrate the showers registry into the event page, if you want to give your guests a jumpstart on the gift-giving.
When planning a baby shower you may have some questions about etiquette and timelines for sending out your invitations. Explore the following common questions for planning the perfect baby shower below.
Traditionally, a family member or close friend will offer to host the event but there are no rules for your day. Other loved ones or coworkers can host the shower and assist in the planning so that you can kick back and enjoy the party.
Baby shower invitations are typically sent out by the host. This can be the parents-to-be or the loved one who is hosting the event. The RSVP information should include the host's information.