Posted by Lauren Hartmann
I realize that it’s not in line with social etiquette to have a baby shower after the birth of your first child, since it can come across as gift-seeking. But I am a firm believer that every baby, whether it’s your first or your fifth, deserves to be celebrated! The celebration needn’t be about gifts either – it can be sweet and simple and all about celebrating the mama-to-be and her impending little bundle of joy. As such I’ve come up with a few fun ideas that just might be the ticket if you’re looking to plan a baby shower for a second time mama!
Posted by Krishann Briscoe
I have had the honor of planning several baby showers and birthday celebrations. While I love the decor an special details what I love most are the memories. Those live on long after the last guest has rubbed your belly or your little one has dug into their first birthday cake. One of the ways I’ve been able to preserve memories is by incorporating a guest book or another alternative of it. My favorite thing to do is purchase a special book for the baby or baby to be and have each of the guests write a message to baby. Bedtime routines will be filled with not only a special story, but also sweet messages from family and friends.
Posted by Selena Burgess
Oh, Winnie The Pooh. One of my most favourite Disney icons. I can call Pooh an icon, right? I mean, as far as magical (and wise!), bears that can talk go…he’s pretty much it!
If I had a third baby on the way, you can bet I’d be having a WTP-themed baby shower, especially with all of the great recipes, DIY favours, game ideas, and party supplies available now! If you’re a fan of Pooh and his friends from the Hundred Acre Wood, as well as making things easy on yourself — look no further.
I’ve gathered all that you’ll need to throw a sweet little baby shower right here!
Posted by Amnah Ibrahim
Baby showers are such an exciting event for the mother-to-be and her closest friends and family. It’s a wonderful time to celebrate motherhood and new babies. Baby showers typically consist of food, games, and opening presents. Consider trying something new and give your guests a craft activity that will be useful for the new baby or contribute to the nursery’s design. It gives your friends and family a chance to present the new baby with something heartfelt, handmade, and sentimental. Guests will be able release their creative sides in a fun and useful way. The simple projects will live on long after the baby word search sheets and toilet paper diapers have been recycled.