By Sandra HolzOn Feb 11, 2019 Baby Shower
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.
A baby shower celebrates the special arrival of a new member of the family, and it makes sense that the baby shower invitation card should be just as special. Sharing this memorable moment with others is a once-in-a-lifetime event, so the invitation that goes with it should be just as meaningful. A great way to jumpstart your design journey is to find inspiration from other similar invitations. All of the invitations below were designed exclusively in Shutterstock Editor by yours truly, using the program’s selection of free fonts and shapes, along with beautiful backgrounds from the Shutterstock collection Your invitation can fit any style, but it takes time to think of a theme, color scheme, and fonts. To inspire your care, I created a few different cards using four popular baby shower invitation themes. Check them out below.
If you’re going for a contemporary or minimal themed style, sans serif fonts are your absolute best friend. While simple in appearance, these fonts can make a statement at any size. You can use sans serif fonts in a variety of ways, from eye-catching headlines to significant event details. Amp up an all caps headline by using bold letterforms, adding a drop-shadow, or introducing italics – the sky’s the limit!
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