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    Stork

    Paper Source

    Stork's Bundle

    Rifle Paper Co.

    A Stork's Delivery - Sunshine

    Mr. Boddington's Studio

    Here Comes the Stork - Gray

    Sugar Paper

    Fly by Night - Pink

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    Airmail (Invitation)

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    Celebrate the parents-to-be’s special delivery with personalized online baby shower invitations. Our library of whimsical invitations are as darling as your friend’s impending arrival. Browse a menagerie... Read more.

    Celebrate the parents-to-be’s special delivery with personalized online baby shower invitations. Our library of whimsical invitations are as darling as your friend’s impending arrival. Browse a menagerie of classic stork deliveries, forest friends, and new-to-the-zoo animals or opt for an invitation well-suited to your future prince or princess. If your honoree’s style is more classic than cutesy, browse baby shower invitations from lifestyle brands, independent stationers, and even fashion houses. Choose runway-inspired florals from Oscar de la Renta, softly chic prints from Sugar Paper, droll designs from 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.

    We never want to be the ones left out of a party, so we’ve also developed baby shower invitation ideas for specific shower themes including gender reveals, twin and triplet celebrations, book showers, baby clothing swaps, and lest we forget, the Baby-Q. (This may be the only time your honoree can go heavy on the sauce.) There are of course, baby shower invitations for boys and baby shower invitations for girls, but we figure that celebrating a new arrival knows no gender. Nor does it have to know cost: we have a few free baby shower invitations for the dollar-conscious among us. (Splurge on the baby registry though.)

    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 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. For online invitations, our useful attendance tracker will help you keep tabs on the RSVPs, manage the guest list, and collaborate on activities, games, and gifts. You can also integrate the showers registry into the event page, if you want to give your guests a jumpstart on the gift-giving. Committees of well-wishers can make use of our co-hosting tools to make sure the event’s workload is split evenly. When the party’s over and the last ribbon is torn, you can share photos and memories of pre-baby, pre-insomnia life with the parents and their friends.

    Before the baby arrives, give an assist to the parents-to-be and clue them into our birth announcements and kids’ and baby thank you cards. We doubt the little ones will be doing the writing, but a kid-friendly note never fails to charm. There are also plenty of adorable birthday invitations for the youngest member of the family once they reach age one (and beyond). Fully customizable and colorfully designed, they’re a perfect way to commemorate the milestone day.