Most of your close family and friends probably already know you are expecting, but once your little bundle of joy arrives, you may want to send out baby birth announcements to let everyone know the gender and birthdate of your little one. Here at Tiny Prints, we offer professionally designed cards to make this creation fast, easy and enjoyable.
When you sit down to create your announcements, the first thing you might notice is how many options you have. You can choose products from specific designers, with certain color schemes, of a specific shape and with special design elements. We have products created by several designers, including:
You can easily look through specific designer products by using our filter tools on the left side of the page.
Are you less concerned with who designed the announcement and more concerned with the color options? Many cards have multiple color schemes available, which allows you to customize your baby birth announcements to better fit your child’s gender.
The format of your announcement, which can be flat, postcard, heart-shaped, folded, tri-folded, ornament or magnet, may also play a role in the formality of your card. Your preferences may help you choose a format. If you want something functional, a magnet or ornament may be best, but if whimsy is more your style, you may want a heart-shaped announcement.
Another thing you must consider as you create baby birth announcements is the special design elements available. Here at Tiny Prints, we offer cards with the following characteristics:
With so many ways to make this card your own, it is no wonder many parents choose to give us the pleasure of creating their announcements.
While making an announcement on your own is not hard thanks to the filters and design options, you can make the process even easier by working with a professional designer. This expert will help you review your product to ensure there are no typos or grammatical errors before printing.
Do you want to create fun and unique baby birth announcements but need a little inspiration? Gain some inspiration by searching through our helpful idea pages. Whether you need assistance taking a good picture of your little one or want to announce the birth around the holidays, we have you covered. You can even look over this newborn checklist to ensure you are ready for your babe’s arrival.
Babies create an exciting time. Let Tiny Prints help announce your celebration by making your baby birth announcements here.
"One thing that made this card stand out among the samples I ordered was the paper. I loved the texture and weight of it. It was very high quality. I also liked the soft femininity of the design. It was girly without being over the top and in your face. A very classy design."
"I was impressed with the wide selection. Also the easiness of assembling the images. User friendly and great professional results"
"First time customer, not sure what to expect. Birth/moving announcement was what I needed so went with Tiny Prints even though the cost was a little more than other vendors. TOTALLY worth it. Paper was thick and resolution was crisp. Even the envelopes that came with the cards were decent. I will buy my holiday cards from this company and future invites."
"Baby announcements turned out amazing! The quality of the images and paper looked great online but even better in person which is often not the case. The service was so easy to use and create online - so many layouts to choose from and I couldn't believe they even had some specificity for twins! They arrived quickly and I was very happy with the entire process!"
"We chose this design because of the simplicity. It wasn't too frilly or busy. Just simple. It turned out great. We went with the signature Matte after reading other reviews... it was perfect. I liked how heavy the paper was, and our image, which was very bright colorful turned out looking great. I had friends comment on how great the card turned out. I was a little disappointed in the printing, there was a very faint stripe that went down the center of each of my cards, as if the printer was running out of ink. However, it was very slight, and I probably only noticed it because I was looking for any problems. I'm not sure anyone else would look close enough to notice it."