Regina, a team member with Postable since 2015, has been writing on all things greeting cards, event planning and holiday festivities ever since. Based wherever there's WiFi, you can find Regina mulling over the best dog meme to showcase on this year's holiday card.
Gone through life without ever thinking of what a baby shower invitation wording is supposed to sound like? We’d venture to say most people are in the same boat. Unless you’ve ever sent out a baby shower invitation, there would be no reason to ponder whether there’s a guest of honor or what a guest of honor at a baby shower even means. You’d have no reason to consider whether baby shower invitation wording should include the gender of the baby or that there are multiple types of baby showers. If you’re here, reading this delightfully helpful post (we promise: lots of help coming up), there’s a good chance you’ve found yourself either hosting a baby shower or getting ready to be the guest of honor yourself. Either way, you’re in the right place to get all the ideas you could ever want about baby shower invitation wording.
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What to write in a baby shower card message isn’t something to dwell on. Attending a baby shower is a lovely way to celebrate someone you care about and the new loving journey they are about to embark upon. With that said, if you’re looking for a little guidance on your baby shower card message, we’ve got examples and tips to help you write the loveliest card of all time.
Looking for baby shower theme ideas? Well, you’ve come to the right place. What you’ll find here is a source of inspiration. If you’ve taken on the role of planning a baby shower, you’re probably excited about making it the loveliest most delightful baby shower there ever was. And we’re equally excited about helping you make that happen. Before diving into the baby shower theme ideas, let’s cover some baby shower frequently asked questions.
Noteworthy® Paper & Press was founded in 2008 by entrepreneurs Taylor Valliant and Amy Dolan as a brick and mortar retail shop in Missoula, Montana. Over the years, they witnessed first hand what inspired and engaged guests when they walked through the door. It was this unique insight that in turn inspired the launch of Noteworthy®’s own stationery and gift brand in 2012. A line that not only reflects customer desires but one that reflects Noteworthy®’s unique culture and values: creativity, collaboration, hard work, playfulness and respect for the people that come to work or shop at Noteworthy® everyday, all wrapped up with our deep love of art, literature and the outdoors. In an ever-evolving market, the Noteworthy® team understands that it can be hard to separate one product line from the next, which is why we focus on building a unique, high quality selection of artisan goods.
With a new baby on the way, it’s very likely that your to-do list has gotten increasingly longer over the course of the last few months (and steadily growing). Sending birth announcements is likely on that very to-do list. While mailing the cards is still in the future (gotta have the baby first) you’ve found your way to the web’s most comprehensive source for birth announcement ideas to get you inspired. Here you’ll find birth announcement wording ideas, real samples of design templates that are bound to melt your heart at first glance as well as newborn photo ideas that you can use for when your new bundle of joy makes their photo debut. Everything you need to know is right here so let’s dive in.
COVID has rained on everybody’s parade in 2020 (and that’s just the least of it of course)… Don’t let it rain all over your New Year’s party plans. Just because we’re all doing our part to keep our neighbors safe by socially distancing ourselves, doesn’t mean we can’t make the most of the situation we’ve been handed. An online New Years party is definitely not off the table. In fact, we’ve got some really fun ideas you can implement to actually enjoy yourselves as you say goodbye to 2020 and ring in 2021.
Although hosting an online New Years party will require more planning ahead of time than an in-person event, you can still create a lot of great memories for your friends and family. And don’t worry, we’ve got all the details to make it happen.
Although 2021 feels less apocalyptic than its predecessor, this year has certainly brought its own collection of challenges. For many people, 2021 has been a continuation of struggles from the year prior while brining a great deal of relief for others. In other words, it’s been weird. So, what to write in a Christmas card after such a year? Unlike 2020, when pretty much everyone found themselves in a dark hole of a never-ending abyss, 2021 has proven to be more optimistic. But with things not quite A-OK for many and the world still feeling like it’s tittering on edge, how do we even begin to write our Christmas wishes?
It’s safe to say this year has been no picnic. Whatever grand plans we had for 2020 likely had to be paused. Just because the rest of the year has felt like one giant garbage fire doesn’t mean we shouldn’t try to end the year on a somewhat higher less-garbage-firey-note. As the 2020 holiday season approaches we wanted to take a moment to make some plans we could actually keep. Hello social distanced holiday festivities! 2020 may put a damper on any big gathering plans, but don’t let that get you down. We’ve brainstormed some fun socially distant ideas for the 2020 holiday season.
Coming up with birthday surprise ideas for best friends can sometimes feel like a far more arduous task than it needs to be. Especially when you’ve been celebrating your birthdays for 5, 10 or even 20 years! As the BFFs of the world, we have a responsibility of turning our best friend’s birthday into an uber-super-quadrupel special occasion. Luckily, we’ve come up with a whole bunch of ideas you can absolutely credit as your own brilliance — we won’t tell!