You’re planning a baby shower and need to send invitations, but what do you do about the wording? It can be one of the biggest challenges because you want something cute and catchy, but definitely not corny.
Whether the happy mother-to-be knows that she’s expecting a baby girl, a baby boy, or it's going to be a surprise, we have a few fun samples of baby shower invitation wording that you can use. You can also adjust these to fit an invitation for a Sip and See.
What to Include on the Invitation
Writing an invitation is rather easy, especially for a baby shower because they're not very formal. Include all of the details your invited guests need to know about the party. It will help them decide whether or not they can attend and how they can RSVP.
The details to include
- Guest of Honor
- Time the shower begins
- Time the shower will end
- Location with an address and directions.
- How to RSVP such as a phone number or email address. You can include a response card if these are formal invitations, but baby showers tend to be more casual.
- The theme of the shower, if it applies.
Wording for a Baby Girl's Shower Invitation
Shower invitations for baby girls can be as cute and adorable as you want to make them. Go with pink if you like and use one of these sweet phrases to let everyone know who mommy's expecting.
Wording for a Baby Boy's Shower Invitation
"It's a Boy!" is nice, but you can spice up a shower invite for a baby boy with some carefully chosen words. Add some blue, yellow, or green colors to the invitation and include one of these happy greetings for guests.
Wording for a Gender Neutral Baby Shower
Some parents like the surprise of finding out if it's a boy or girl or they are just really good at keeping secrets. You can have just as much fun with the wording on your invitation while spreading the happy news.
Not mommy's first baby? Discover adorable wording for your second time around or sprinkle shower.