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Incorporate a raffle into the games. One of the most well -known games is a sweepstake where guests can guess details such as the date on which the baby will be born, how heavy the baby will be, whether it will be a boy or a girl and so on. It's not uncommon for guests to pay a small amount such as one pound to enter the sweepstake. Often this is called the 'nappy fund' with the idea being that the money is used by the new parents to buy nappies for the baby. However, it could also be put to very good use as a charity donation. Another game where this would work would be 'guess the number of sweets in the jar' where the guests would again all donate a small amount to take part and have a chance at winning the jar of sweets.
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.
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.