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Adoption Announcements

What customers have to say about our Birth Announcements

September 18, 2017

LOVE these!

"Everyone loved the birth announcement we did. We chose to have the 1 photo on front with 6 on the back. It was the perfect mix for us to share quality photos!"

September 17, 2017

I loved this product and so did my friends and family.

"I used this product to announce my daughter's birth and it was prefect. My child's photos had pink and tan in them and the brown of this announcement complimented the photos perfectly."

September 17, 2017

Beautiful but small type

"Words are pretty small (I recommend increasing the fon size)but other than that it's adorable"

September 17, 2017

Just perfect

"I'm very happy with how our card turned out. The quality is superior. Each card was just perfect. We definitely got a high quality product."

September 16, 2017

Such a perfect message for our announcement!

"The gold lettering is very pretty. The whole card turned out perfect!"

Adoption Announcements

Some things in life are worth the wait and your new baby is no exception. Whether you waited months or years for this little one to enter your life, you’ll likely want to shout his arrival from the rooftops. With adoption announcements you can reach out to family, friends, coworkers and any other special people who helped bring this tiny miracle into your life.

Focus on the Family

While some families bring a newborn into their home, others welcome older children. Either way, your joyous news deserves to be celebrated and shared with a photo shoot and your own personal message. Your family and friends can all feel like they are part of your special experience when they receive your customized cards.

Announcements for adopted newborns will likely include all the standard statistics and information:

• Birthdate
• Time
• Weight
• Length

Families who welcome a new child who is several months or years old may want to consider including this information as well, so that family and friends can mark their calendars for the child’s birthday. If you are missing some or all of the information, don’t fret. Some families add the adoption date, rather than birthday in these cases, and you can easily leave out any information you would rather not include.

Your Child’s Heritage

Whether your adoption is open or closed, you will want to preserve your child’s memories for years to come. Custom photo albums are a great way to chronicle family history, childhood accomplishments and even the adoption process. Consider making several for your child as she grows, so she will have a few keepsakes to remember how much she is loved by all her family. There are likely some excited grandparents to include in the welcoming committee and nothing would please them more than a personalized gift with your new baby’s picture on it or a framed print from your photo shoot.