Baby shower invitations get even cooler.

Baby shower invitations by Tiny PrintsUnless I’ve got a friend who isn’t telling me something, I have no need for baby shower invitations any time soon. I’m not hosting one–that I know of. But when the time comes, I’m so excited to use one of the new baby shower invitations from Tiny Prints.


They’ve really stepped up their collection (which was, truthfully,
in need of a little stepping up) with gorgeous, witty, modern designs.
My personal favorite is the Cutest Dare invitation (pictured). So retro and fun. I also love the idea of a gender-revealing shower.
Never heard of that before. And though I don’t find out the sex of my
babies when I’m pregnant, I live vicariously through anyone who does, so
this kind of party would be amazingly fun for me.





gender neutral baby shower invitationOr,
just change the headline and use the bold graphic question mark as a
way to tell your guests to buy you a lot of things in yellow and orange.


Okay, I’m gonna say it: the sonogram picture invitation is kind of creepy. But the rest? Love them. Now I just need a friend to take one for the team so I can order a few. -Stephanie



Find a nice selection of new baby shower invitations online at Tiny Prints.


And for more great baby shower ideas, don’t forget to check out our 2011 Ultimate Baby Shower Gift Guide

Stephanie S.

Stephanie Slate is an Ontario-based writer, crunchy mom, and celebrity stroller expert. And no, she does not say "eh."

3 Comments

  • Reply April 15, 2011

    k

    Cute stuff, but I’m not feeling the gender-revealing shower. So you know the gender but don’t tell until your friends have already bought a gift? I’m all for gender neutral stuff, but sometimes you see something REALLY CUTE that wouldn’t work for the other gender. Better to know before the shower?

  • Reply April 16, 2011

    carly Martin

    I currently have three pregnant friends. These invitations make me feel more excited than bored by all the pregnancy talk. Now I’m planning parties. Thanks!

  • The parties are usually held a month or two ahead of the baby’s birth. However, most modern parties are held after the birth and invitations often contain the baby’s gender.

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