Welcome your new baby to your loved ones. We dress up our birth announcements with a seasonal flurry of dandelions. Together with your daughter’s photo, our cards will deliver happiness and joy to friends and family.
This Dandelion Dance: Lilac design from our girl photo birth announcement category is backed by our 100% satisfaction guarantee, just like all of our Christmas cards, greeting cards, business cards, invitations and personal stationery.
For detailed information about uploading, editing and cropping photos, please see our
Photo FAQ page.
Card Paper Types:
Signature Matte: 120 lb., 17.5 point thickness
Signature Semi-Glossy: 120 lb., 11 point thickness
Pearl White Shimmer: 110 lb., 14.3 point thickness
Premium DoubleThick™ Matte: 240 lb., 35 point thickness
Card Type Styles:
Mrs Eaves All Small Caps
Mrs Eaves Italic
Card Ink Colors:
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Please note that USPS charges an additional fee ranging from 20¢ to 44¢ to mail square envelopes. To avoid this fee, please select our modified rectangular envelopes during the personalization process instead of the default square envelopes.
"The birth announcements for my daughter were beautiful. The card stock is very high quality and the photo looked great (only 4 stars but probably my photo and not the printing process). When my announcements arrived I was missing an entire batch of envelopes. I contacted customer service and received my missing envelopes the next day! Thank you Tiny Prints!"
"This process seemed so seamless and easy. What a great product and so many designs to choose from. The announcement was printed and shipped quickly and I could not have been happier with the outcome. For someone with a new born, it is nice to be able to get annoucements made so fast and easy! I highly recommend this design and this website. The colors of the printed pieces were extremely close to what I saw on screen."