"Beautiful will order again"
"It is a very nice layout if you are interested is seeing two pictures and emphasizing the birth stats (I love they layout of this for the stats). There is also a layout on the back and a lot of options for the background color of choice and there are many options for layout, text and color of background. It is a perfect size for framing. Getting a table frame that can show both sides of the picture is a great option if you have added more on the back of this announcement. The only problem is that I could not find and exact color from the front back to apply to the back area, but the grey woodgrained background work very well."
"This is a nice choice for a boys birth announcement. The picture area is large enough to actually get a close up of the loved one and looks great if put in the picture frame. Especially is you can find a frame that is a table style and you can see then both the back and front. The back has the option of different layouts for both another picture or script. It also has the ability to leave it blank if you wish, the grey woodgrain background choice looks great with it. The only thing I wasn't that impressed with is the "no emphasis" on date of birth, weight, etc. But having a large picture with "Little Blessing" title outweighs that in my mind. The info is there is anyone you send to wants to see it."
"It was unique"
"Loved this! Got lots of compliments!"
In a world where it easy to instantly announce big occasions such as a baby birth via social media and texts, it is easy to lose the personal touch that brings people closer together. Although it is perfectly acceptable to let your acquaintances know about your newest addition via social media, it is important to mail baby girl or baby boy birth announcements to those who are closest to you. Here are a few more birth announcement etiquette tips to help you inform your family and friends of the big news in a proper way.
While you are most likely eager to show off your little one to as many people as possible, it might seem strange for someone who didn’t even know you were pregnant to unexpectedly receive a birth announcement. For this reason, you should consider reserving your announcements for close friends, family members (even those who live in other states or countries) and colleagues.
Life suddenly becomes busier after a new baby arrives, so it is easy to get distracted and postpone putting your cards in the mail. However, the older your baby gets, the stranger it will be for your friends and family to receive a late announcement. Try to get your cards in the mail as soon as you can after the baby is born, and no later than six months after birth. While you’re busy getting pictures of your little bundle of joy for the announcements, consider taking the opportunity to create a photo book starring your newest family addition.
While you are free to get creative with the general wording of your birth announcements, they should at least include basic information about the baby, including his or her name, birth date, weight and length. The names of the parents and any older siblings should also be mentioned on the cards.