Sprinkle These Adorable Baby Shower Invitations into Your Friends' Mailboxes
The registry is complete, the guest list is written and the new baby is going to be here in just a few weeks. All there is left to do is wait—and have the baby shower, of course! Whether it's just the girls or a co-ed event, you'll want to invite your friends to help you celebrate with the cutest invitations you can find. All you have to do is choose a theme.
It's Raining Babies
For many mothers-to-be, the sound of a light rain is soothing, so why not incorporate a bit of drizzle into your baby shower theme? Serve a cake shaped like tiny rain boots, give out bright and colorful umbrellas as party favors and hang tissue paper clouds and raindrops from the ceiling to establish the theme. You can even carry your theme over to your invitations. Whether traditional pink or blue, or something gender neutral like this beautiful muted gray style
, you can customize these adorable sprinkle baby shower invitations exactly to your specifications. Choose the trim and the paper style before inputting your information on the next page.
Have a Cupcake Celebration
Sprinkles are more than another name for raindrops. They also happen to be delicious little adornments for cakes, cookies and, of course, cupcakes, not to mention one of the cutest baby shower themes out there. Draw cupcakes to use as place cards
at the baby shower, and some more to hang as decorations. This theme is also a good way to appeal to everyone's taste buds because you can serve two or three cake flavors instead of choosing one large cake. Don't forget personalize your invitations. These sprinkle baby shower invitations use a cute play on words and are available in several styles and colors.
No matter which theme and invitations you choose, be sure you order them from Tiny Prints in enough time to get them in the mailboxes of your friends and family members at least two weeks in advance. This gives everyone plenty of time to clear their schedules and get ready to party.
Customer reviews of our Sprinkle Baby Shower Invitations
February 4, 2015Perfect Invitation
"I love everything about this invitation. I purchased it with the shimmer paper and it just added that special touch. The white envelopes are a great quality as well. I would recommend ordering a sample, to make sure its the perfect invitation for you. Shipping was fast."
November 14, 2014What a wonderful experience!
"I loved the design for my umbrella-themed shower I was throwing. I was able to change the wording to a cute poem, all while keeping the feel and cute design! I got so many compliments on the card. I contacted customer service after I had a last-minute request to change the time and they were wonderful to work with! I would absolutely recommend tinyprints and I've already used them again! TWICE! Customer for life here :)"
June 12, 2014LOVED IT!!!!
"This design is absolutely adorable. It was love at first sight when I saw this design, I knew I wanted it for our co-ed baby shower. I got the card with round edges and upgraded it to the shimmer pearl paper. I am so glad I got the shimmer peal paper because it made the card look even more amazing. The designer also was able to add in my request of adding text on the back of the card which was a plus. I received this in the mail quite fast and as promised by the delivery date. I feel the quality and product on Tiny prints definately is better than the other websites I have used in the past for cards."
March 3, 2014Great Quality
"I ordered this card for my friend's second baby shower/sprinkle. I loved that everything was customizable. I was able to put my own little poem on the back. Paper is great quality and arrived before I even expected it. Love!"
February 21, 2014So adorable!
"These cards and envelopes were great quality and came out even cuter than I expected. Would highly recommend, especially if throwing a shower for an expecting mother who doesn't know if she's having a boy or girl. The only downside is there is very limited space to fill in shower info. I didn't realize that the last line containing registry info was cut off until I received them in the mail. This was my fault, I should have caught that in the design phase. I just attached a piece of paper the size of a business card that contained the logos of the places she registered and paper clipped it to the card."