As new moms are prepping for the arrival of their bundles of joy, they would surely appreciate words of support and wisdom. If you are not sure of what to write in a baby shower card and are looking to make your message stand out, here is a good selection of articles for you!
“A baby shower is an exciting and beautiful time for a mother who is awaiting for her little bundle of joy. Writing baby shower messages and wishes can make the time more special. The messages, wishes and quotes are all considered to be a part of celebrations. For your idea, we give you a guide on what to write on a baby shower card. Along with a compilation of beautiful and meaningful quotes, we also help you how to structure the card to make it a perfect one.”
“This is a card I made for a friend’s baby shower. Her husband loves monkeys so to go along with their animal theme, this blanket was included in their registry. I am always looking for an excuse to use my Create a Critter cartridge and this was my perfect opportunity. I also included this blanket as part of my gift for the shower. This was a fun card to make! :)”
“The crux of your message will be in the body of the card. What you choose to write will depend on the type of gathering and how close you are with the parents. If you don’t know the family well, a simple message of congratulations is fitting. Close friends and relatives should write from the heart, but if you’re feeling stuck, we’ve gathered some ideas and inspiration for you below.”
“If you’re attending a baby shower, you’re probably taking a card with you. But what to write in it? Do you go for something simple, funny, cute or thoughtful? Whatever style you decide on, you’ll find some ideas below to help you out. We’ve searched the internet, rifled through our archives and flown around the world twice to offer you some of the best baby shower card ideas.”
“To whom it may concern: Even though baby showers have traditionally been ladies-only affairs, modern times mean that the celebrations are changing. The invitation may give you clues as to whom your baby shower messages should be addressed. If it doesn’t, inquire with the hostess when you RSVP. Or, play it safe and address your baby shower wishes to the “New Parents.””