By Doris RufOn Apr 09, 2018 Ideas
Round off the activities section with something a little more sentimental - provide everyone with a small piece of card and ask them to write down their wishes for the new baby. The mum and dad to be can keep these thoughts and share them with their little one when they are old enough to understand, showing them how loved they were before they were even born.
Last but certainly not least - the gifts! This is what the baby shower is really all about, furnishing the parents to be with everything they might need to look after their bundle of joy. Babygrows, bottles and adorable hats are good staples, but if you’re looking for something a bit more unique read on.
If you want to encourage a budding Matilda, ask the guests to ‘bring a book not a card’ and write their message in the front cover instead, meaning baby will always think of them when reading the story. Finally, if you’re looking for something a bit fun and with wow factor, a box of ‘open when…’ gifts is a good option. These could include ‘open when baby says their first word’ (champagne), ‘open on 31st October’ (baby’s first Halloween costume) or ‘open when you need a gift for yourself’ (a voucher for her favourite shop) - the world is your oyster.
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