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Stork Themed Baby Shower Invitations

Published October 13, 2009        by Kim

 Stork Themed Baby Shower InvitationsGuests will be introduced to the baby shower theme for the first time when they get your invitation in the mail.  Make it a memorable invitation with a few of these helpful tips: If you have enough time and creativity, consider making an invitation out of cardstock, scrapbooking supplies and/or stamping materials.  Use shades of blue or pink on the invitation so guests can narrow down their gift choices if the mother-to-be knows the sex of her new baby.  Make sure your stork is carrying two bundles of joy if twins are on the way! While custom made invitations are a great idea, they are also time-consuming and require a certain amount of creativity.  Luckily, we offer great stork baby shower invitations that arrive ready to mail to your guests!  You can even include where the mother-to-be Read more

Stork Themed Baby Shower

Published September 29, 2009        by Kim

 Stork Themed Baby ShowerEveryone knows where babies come from - the stork!  Incorporate a stork baby shower by announcing to your guests that a "special delivery" is on the way.  Storks can be portrayed as a girl or a boy, and can carry multiple bundles of joy, so it's easy to use a stork theme for expectant mothers that know (or don't know) the sex of the baby and mothers expecting more than 1. To point guests in the right direction, erect an outdoor stork sign that announces "The Shower is Here!"  Greet guests with a pair of toy glasses like the stork wears, and see who can keep them on the longest (the one who wins gets a prize).  When sending out invitations, ask your guests to send you a photo of themselves as a baby, then tuck each photo into a baby "sack" that the stork carries in his beak.  Number the Read more