How to Word a Baby Shower Brunch Invitation

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Throwing a baby shower brunch is an elegant way to celebrate the impending arrival of a little one. Baby shower brunches are becoming more and more popular, and many folks enjoy having the shower at brunch time as opposed to later in the day. Baby shower brunches provide fare that is not commonly served at baby showers, which can help to make this shower unique. Since this is a special occasion, it is important to reflect it in your invitation wording.

  • Compose a message that incorporates the special timing of the shower, such as, "Rise and Shine, It's Brunch Baby Shower Time." You could also use the menu and the impending arrival of the little one to help with the wording, such as "Sticky Buns are In the Oven and the Eggs are About to Hatch." Playful wording such as this uses typical brunch fare and pregnancy clichés to create a cute message.

  • Write the date, time and location of the baby shower brunch on the invitation. You could choose a formal approach, such as "You Are Cordially Invited to a Baby Shower Brunch, In Honor of Jane Doe, To Be Held on May 25 at 11 a.m. at the Smalltown Yacht Club, 16 Water Drive." For a more casual feel, use a poem, such as "First Came Love, Then Came Marriage, Now Jane Doe Will Be Pushing a Baby Carriage. Come and Celebrate the Impending Arrival of Her New Little One at a Baby Shower Brunch, to Be Held on May 25 at 11 a.m. at the Smalltown Yacht Club, 16 Water Drive."

  • Include the menu in the invitation to let guests know what to expect at this baby shower brunch. Since the menu is such a large part of a baby shower brunch, it should be included in the invitation. For instance, you could write, "While we welcome this new addition, we will be enjoying quiche, eggs benedict, waffles, fruit and mimosas."

  • Ask invitees to RSVP. Since your baby shower includes a meal, you will want to have a good idea of the amount of food that will need to be prepared.

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