By Gerda MenzelOn Feb 11, 2019 Baby Shower
Typography communicates the essential event details while setting the overall tone and theme of your design. Different font styles communicate different tones. For example, a script font evokes elegance, while a rounded sans serif gives off a quirky yet cute vibe. Learning how typography affects the overall composition is essential when creating your invitation. If you’re not too sure where to begin in your font selection, I’ve curated a selection of classic and foolproof typefaces that deliver the wow factor in any invitation.
When planning your baby shower and making the invitations, make sure that you include all of the necessary information. You should include the name of the parents, as wella s the date and time of the event. Include the location of the event and who is hosting it if it’s being hosted by someone that is not one of the parents. If you know the name and gender of the child you can also include those in the shower invitation. Who you invite the baby shower depends on the kind of baby shower you want. It can be coed or you can have two showers. You can have a more traditional shower that is all women for the mom. You can also have a diaper party that is all guys for the dad. Once you decide, form a guest list and include their names and addresses on the list for organization.
Sending out invitations in a timely manner is important when planning a baby shower. Try to send the invitations out at least a month before the shower. This way guests will have time to clear their schedules, get back to you on whether or not they can come, and buy a gift for the baby. So, your little boy is on the way and you are so excited to welcome him into the world. You need to find the right words for your card to express your excitement to all of your guests.
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