Honor both parents with adorable couples' baby shower invitations for coed celebrations. Add a gift registry, send via email, text, or link, and track RSVPs instantly.
A couples’ baby shower, or a coed baby shower, is like any other—the only difference is that both women and men join in on the fun. Traditionally, baby showers were a women’s-only event, but over time, family roles have become more equitable, and men deserve to be a part of the process.
Paperless Post gives you access to a treasure trove of couples’ baby shower invitations—and our guest management platform makes it easy to track RSVPs and message your guests. Our online design tools make simple work of customizing your invitation.
Showcase your bundle of joy with a photo baby shower invitation. Whether it’s a picture from your maternity shoot or a candid of your newborn nuzzled into a blanket, an invitation with a portrait adds an endearing, sentimental style to your celebration.
Our joint baby shower invitation designs are sleek and modern, with minimal visuals and tons of polish. Choose a design with metallic accents to give it a ritzy vibe, or stick with the traditional hues of pink and blue for a classic appearance.
If you and your spouse don’t require gifts, hosting a sip and see post-birth is a great alternative to a baby shower. Invite family and friends to meet and celebrate your little one. The first meeting is a huge milestone that guests will always remember, and we’ve created cute sip and see invitations that set the stage for a day filled with baby snuggles.
A baby shower theme gives you direction for invitation designs, decor, food, and entertainment. If you’re unsure where to start, we have plenty of coed baby shower ideas to get the ball rolling.
A common approach is to stick with a popular theme, like a safari or a woodland baby shower—or lean into the “shower” part with a weather theme with fluffy clouds parting the way for sunshine and rainbows.
Coed baby showers are a modern idea, so feel free to stray from the standard themes and opt for something that offers more adult appeal. A “Diapers and Drinks” baby shower theme lets guests know they can expect some bubbly libations (and maybe a charcuterie board or two) while pampering parents-to-be with newborn necessities. Similarly, a “Baby-Q” theme held in the backyard with a BBQ-based menu has universal appeal.
If you’re wondering how to write a baby shower invitation, you’re not alone! For coed baby showers, the wording can match that of traditional baby showers, except you’ll want to clarify to guests that both parents are in attendance, and all genders are welcome to attend.
If you’ve already chosen a baby name, feel free to include that on your invitation in addition to the important information like when and where. Add customizable Blocks—helpful additions that appear just below your invites—to provide additional information. Detail Blocks let you add extra text, while Registry Blocks offer space for links. Send your couples’ baby shower invitations via text, email, or shareable link, and they’ll arrive instantly, giving guests plenty of time to make their plans.