Do you have friends that just hate baby shower games? You still want to invite them to the shower, and you still want to play games! But you have to find games they would actually want to play. Well, friend, here are some games that don’t require you to eat baby food or look at candy bars in diapers. (Gross!) And some that don’t require any effort or participation at all!
Once you plan out your baby shower games, you have to figure out what kind of prizes you’re going to give out. This can be stressful when you don’t know who is going to win a prize. You can’t really buy for a specific person. It has to be able to go to anyone invited. It could go to your crazy teenage cousin or your super Catholic grandma. Here are 10 prizes that will (hopefully) fit pretty much anyone at your baby shower.
If you’re hosting a gender reveal party, you’ll need some cute snacks to serve to your guests. Check out these cute pink and blue pretzels that are easy to make!
Have none of your friends or family offered to host a baby shower for you? Tradition says someone else throws a shower for the mama-to-be. It’s also much easier on your pregnant self if someone else does the hard work.
But what if you don’t have anyone to help? Should you throw your own baby shower?
What do you do when you have too many winners for your baby shower game? You’ll need to plan out how to break the tie and just have one winner. Here are some cute and simple ways to do tie breakers.
So you just had a baby and all of your friends and family want to meet the little bundle. What do you do? You can either let them trickle into your house on their terms and get their germs all over your newborn while you apologize for the house being a wreck, or you can have a baby sip and see party when you’re ready.
Here’s how to successfully throw a baby meet and greet party so you can keep your stress to a minimum without hurting your family’s feelings.