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Do you want some creative baby shower invitation wording? Okay, the first thing you need to do is to sit down and think about who to be invited. Have a conversation with the mom...
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Do you want some creative baby shower invitation wording? Okay, the first thing you need to do is to sit down and think about who to be invited.

Have a conversation with the mom-to-be and decide the guest list. Or if your shower is a surprise one, phone up her close friends and relatives for the information about whose faces she would be happy to see.

Already have the answers? Great, finish your guest list, and we can start writing unique baby shower invites.

Baby shower theme sets the tone for the special event. So, the easiest approach is to have the wording reflect your shower themes.

For example, here is an idea for Winnie The Pooh baby shower invitation wording: "Mama Pooh, Daddy Pooh and what... a new Baby Pooh is on the way in the Smith Den! Celebrate the entire Smith family for their new arrival!"

You can easily change it to fit any other cute themes that use words like "Bear", "Duck", "Snoopy", and ?Frog" to replace the "Pooh". The ideas are endless.

If your theme is holiday or special occasion, there are so many free baby shower invitation verses on the internet.

Let's say you're making a Halloween baby shower invitation, type something like, "Soon the Frost will be on the Pumpkins! We have been waiting so long, and now we have a new little one coming to our Patch! Proud Parents: Tina & Fred. Our little Punkin' is expected on December 11, 2005."

If you don't have a theme, no worries - it can't be more appealing to use those infant essentials in your invitation wording, like "Bottles & bootties, diapers & pins, Bibs and More. This is where the love begins!"

And use a cursive writing for an elegant theme, or use a sillier, cutesy typing for a funny shower invite.

It's always good enough that simply tell people it's a shower for baby girl or baby boy. If you want to reflect the baby?s sex on the invitations, the basic rule is to use pink ink for the girl or blue for the boy for the printing.

If the soon-to-be-parents don?t want to find out the baby's gender before it is born, you can write the baby shower invitation verse like this, "A new baby is almost due, we don?t know if it?s pink or blue, Heather Shirley can hardly wait, please join us as we celebrate..."

How about the new mom is having twins? First, double congratulations to your friend!

As this double happiness deserve double baby gifts, type your baby shower invitation wording with a lot of "Two" and "Double", such as "Two by two...here they come! Stacy's having twins boys. Double the diapers, double the pins, double the fun! We all two happy two have to you here!"

Or even place two socks or shirts in each envelope - so everyone knows this is a twin baby shower. You can use the same techniques for baby triplets or even more babies!

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