The shower was supposed to be more 'relaxed' and 'fun' than traditional showers and we wanted an invitation that illustrated that. Below you will find editable PDF files with instructions on how to use these files to create your own modern baby shower invitations. Happy designing!
The parents-to-be didn't know the gender of the baby (we did a reveal at the shower) so we picked a gender neutral color scheme. We loved the ideas of circles, which I later integrated into our decorations during the party. What you do NOT see on the front of this modern baby shower invitation is where the couple is registered. I'm pretty sure Emily Post is very against putting registry information on announcements but let's face it; It's a necessity! Just maybe not for the front of the invitation!
I tried a new printing service called Zazzle for these and I was SO impressed with the quality of the final invitation. The paper quality was outstanding and the shipping was super fast. I highly recommend these folks! They have some pre-made invitations as well, but I like the persona touch of creating your own!
The final invitations are 4.25" by 5.5" and I had them printed on Recycled White paper.