Your special delivery is finally here and this one has ten chubby toes and a tiny little nose. Now it's time to introduce your brand new bundle of joy to everyone who has been anxiously waiting to hear the good news. And there's no better way to present your precious newborn to friends and relatives than sending a personalized birth announcement from Tiny Prints. Our adorable designs, high quality card stock and sentimental value, will have those closest to you falling in love with these timeless keepsakes. Plus, we provide you with countless customizable options so that you can make your own birth announcement that matches your individual style
Designing Your Birth Announcements
At Tiny Prints, each baby announcement is chock-full of charming themes including argyle elephants, mischievous monkeys, lovely ladybugs, frilly flowers and tiny toy planes. Or if you only want a few small details to accent that adorable snapshot of your little one, we have designs with simple stripes and delicate polka dots. So before taking pictures for birth announcements, go ahead and browse through our wide selection of designs to gather some inspiration for your tiny tot's photo shoot. Also, some parents prefer to include photos of their baby as a newborn on birth announcements while others like to wait until they are a bit older to take that precious picture. But no matter what photo you decide to feature, those closest to you will love seeing your sweet little angel front and center on your announcements.
Sending Baby Announcements
If your baby is almost here and you're wondering when to send birth announcements, there's no better time to mail them than right after your child is born. This way your loved ones can be informed of the great news and become acquainted with your brand new addition. But if you prefer not to send your birth announcements immediately, mailing them within six months of your baby's birthday
is also acceptable. In any case, the sooner that you can start designing your birth announcement, writing out addresses and buying stamps, the less pressure you will feel later on. And if you're asking yourself, who do you send birth announcements to? While close friends and family members are of course a must, it's also fine to send them to neighbors, coworkers and anyone else who you think will love to hear the fantastic news.
Birth Announcement Wording
Whether you're expecting your first child or your kids are just so much fun that you decided to have another one, birth announcements are the perfect way to share your excitement with friends and family. And with your birth announcements wording
, you can express your joy in a very heartfelt and intimate way. So in addition to the important information such as your newborn's name, birth date, weight and length, feel free to either use one of our suggested birth announcement examples of wording or you can come up with your own personal message. Also, by including a touching poem or a meaningful quote your baby's birth announcement will be even more special.
Be sure to also check out our big brother announcements & big sister announcements
Customer reviews of our Photo Birth Announcements & Baby Announcements
July 9, 2015Perfection
"I absolutely LOVED this design! I got the double matted paper weight and the quality was simply better than I honestly expected. I actually used this design as a gift certificate for my photography, since I had quite a few clients asking to purchase photography sessions for their families. I loved how I could customize text and be able to place several different pictures on the design. These were an absolute hit with all my clients! I definitely will be ordering from tiny prints in the future again! Highly recommended!"
June 25, 2015Perfect Announcements
"We wanted something simple, yet beautiful for our baby's birth announcements. We selected the pearl paper, and it's just what we hoped for."
May 30, 2015Very professional print
"I really like the layout of this card compared to a lot of other announcements. It is simple but has a creative flare. I thought "hello" was going to be foil. I wish that was more clear in the details. I somehow missed this. I also like that I could add more photos because I had so many to choose from."