BABY SHOWER INVITATION

I know what you are thinking….”Isn’t it a little strange to design your own baby shower invitation?”  Well, yes, I would normally say it kind of is. BUT…if you know me at all, you know that designing invitations is one of my favorite things to do….EVER….so regardless of it being kind of odd, I just HAD to!  Forgive me :)

My sisters and I had a hard time landing on a “theme” for the shower, so we decided to just start with a color palate of shades of pink, coral and grey.  And since “baby bunny” was a recurring phrase in my head….we decided to go that route, pairing it with sweet & simple florals.  I decided to go with 2 separate cards for the invitation.  One being the main 5X7 card with details and RSVP info, and the other a smaller scalloped registry card stating the places I was registered. A friend gave me the idea of asking guests to bring a pack of diapers in order to enter a raffle to win a piece of my art.  (Best idea ever!) Rylee is set in the diaper department for a few months.

All the paper goods I bought at Paper Source.  Envelopes in Papaya with a decorative paper liner.  Main Invitation and Scalloped Registry Card in Soft White.  And for printing, my tiny little printer at home worked like a charm.

THIS BABY SHOWER INVITATION DESIGN IS NOW AVAILABLE TO BUY ON MY ETSY!

 

 The package includes a totally customized 5″X7″ main invitation, 4.25″X5.5″ registry card, as well as an 8.5″X11″ sheet of mini diaper cards and 8.5″X11″ game sheet, titled to your choice.

If you are interested in purchasing….

CLICK HERE

And message me with the details!

More images can be found HERE.

Also included in the digital art package are this game sheet and diaper card sheet below. I used the mini diaper cards as raffle cards for my art giveaway.

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  1. anna

    Kelly, these are seriously the cutest baby shower invites i have ever seen! (& trust me, with all my sorority sisters popping out babies post college, i have seen alot!).

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  2. Ilana

    WOW so much prettiness in one invitation! Gosh, I am glad you designed them, as they are total stunners :)

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  3. marjolein

    It’s not weird at all that you make your own invitation. I would do that too! I’m an illustrator and I think that it’s nice to make your own cards, for christmas birthdays and stuff like that. It looks very very sweet. Where did you get the envelopes with the cute print on the inside?

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  4. marjolein

    Ah I just checked the site Paper Source, but how did you put the decorative paper in the inside? Because I only see the outside color if you order them, but without an ‘inside option’ button.

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  5. DJ

    Loving the information on this internet site, you’ve done fantastic job on the content .

    Reply

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