Your Wording Guide for Baby Shower Invitations

A comprehensive wording guide for baby shower invitations.

If you’re looking for a wording guide for baby shower invitations, you’ve come to the right place.

I’m Patti the Perfect Party Planner and I’ve been sending out baby shower invitations for longer than I care to admit. That means I know the ins and the outs when it comes to baby shower invitation wording. That’s why I’ve created this wording guide for baby shower invitations for you.

Wording Guide for Baby Shower Invitations -- The Ambiance

The invitation to the baby shower is going to tip off the guests as to the ambiance of the party, so you’re going to want to make sure that the wording of the invitation reflects the ambiance of the party you’re throwing.

If you’re throwing a formal shower, make sure the wording of the invitation is formal. If you’re throwing a theme party, you’ll want the baby shower invitation to reflect the theme. Make sure your invitation reflects the ambiance of the party and you’ll be off to a good start.

Wording Guide for Baby Shower Invitations -- The Guest of Honor

Once you have decided upon the tone of the invitation, it’s time to start the actual wording. The first thing you will want the invitation to do is name the guest of honor. For example, the invitation could say, “A Baby Shower to Celebrate Sandy’s New Baby.”

Wording Guide for Baby Shower Invitations -- The Date and Time

The next thing you will need to focus on is the date and time of the party. If the date or time are off on your baby shower invitations, you’re going to run into serious problems when the time of the party rolls around. Make sure that you clearly state both the date and time in the baby shower invitation.

Wording Guide for Baby Shower Invitations -- The Location

Make sure the full address of the location is included in the baby shower invitation. Even if the shower is being held at a popular restaurant, it won’t do your guests any good if they don’t know the exact location of the establishment.

Wording Guide for Baby Shower Invitations -- Additional Details

Is the party for couples? Is the mom-to-be registered at a gift registry? Make sure these details are also included in the baby shower invitation. At the bottom of the invitation you can put “Sandy is now registered at Baby Center” or whichever gift registry the guest of honor is registered at.

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