Girls are sugar, spice, and everything nice. If you’re the proud parent of a brand new baby girl, you can’t wait to share the joy with your friends and family. Sending birth announcements is a great way to introduce your baby to everyone when you don’t have the time to call or write lengthy letters or emails. You do have a new baby, after all! Your birth announcement is also usually the first real photo that many of your loved ones will have of the new addition. You can be sure it will grace photo albums, refrigerators, and desks. Here are some ideas for wording that will make your announcement that much more charming.
Depending on your personal style, you can make your announcements as sweet and sentimental as you like, or as short and sweet as you like. If you are a very straightforward, decidedly non-cutesy person, try the following:
If your baby girl is joining siblings, rework your wording as follows:
These are all very direct and concise. They convey your message clearly, and when joined by your baby’s birth information, including name, weight, height, birth date and time, it will create a beautiful announcement. If you can’t resist sharing a little more of your sentimental side, try the following (courtesy of www.classyannouncements.com, www.mycreations2.com, and www.mykindacard.com):
wrapped in pink and covered in love.
our new daughter is incredibly sweet.
from her soft little cheeks to her tiny little feet.
our precious baby makes our lives complete.
She’s very excited to have a sister of her own!
Introducing our own little princess…
There are also wording choices that may honor your family’s religious heritage. If your child is a blessing from above, try one of the following:
with all of mommy’s sweetness and daddy’s charm.
We are star struck by the arrival of…
when this beautiful baby girl arrived.
There are so many wonderful possibilities, especially when you look at your new daughter. She is sure to inspire you. Even short and simple announcements have an eloquence to them that is unmatched when they are made personally by the proud new parents.
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