Published at Tuesday, August 01 2017 12:57:28 by for Baby Shower Cakes Girls
There are a large number of baby showers that are planned for both the mother and father of the baby-to-be. They are referred to as a Jack and Jill baby shower. Also growing in popularity is allowing children to attend these baby showers, particularly those related to the baby-to-be.
For those financially better off mums-to-be or just those who already have what they need, donating the gifts to charity would be a great idea. Of course, you would have to make this clear in the invitations as guests may be offended if their well -chosen gift bought specifically for the mum-to-be's new baby was then given away. However, if guests were told upfront that the expectant mum had all they could possibly need already that they would love to be able to give some essentials to new parents who have very little, most guests would be happy to oblige. The focus here would usually be on essentials needed such as nappies, wipes, newborn clothing, blankets, muslins and so on. Best Baby Shower is one of the UK's leading specialist baby shower online sites for all your baby shower partyware and gifts including handmade baby bouquets and nappy cakes.
Have a Santa-like surprise gift delivery After the mother-to-be (or both mom and dad) arrive at the baby shower, and everyone is enjoying some food (and the kids are being entertained), enlist the help of someone to deliver all the gifts.When guests arrive, ask them to drop the gifts into your garage, into a vehicle parked out the way, or in another hiding spot. Then, the helper can gather them into a bag and deliver them to the party. Ask this person to dress in a Smurf or Smurfette costume so it's the same type of scene as someone dressed as Santa delivering Christmas gifts.