Sprinkle Shower Invitations for a Second Child of the Opposite Gender
One of our top-selling sprinkle shower invitations, this cute invite features a mommy-to-be holding an umbrella with a bit of rain over her head and a cute baby sitting in another umbrella.
The clincher of this design is the adorable poem it includes that lets your guests know exactly what a sprinkle shower is. Let's face it, even though it's a terrific new idea, not everyone is aware that a sprinkle is intended for second, third (or more) children when the parent's already have the big expensive stuff but could really use a hand with some diapers, bibs and new clothing for the expected child.
These invitations emphasize that the new baby will be a different gender, meaning the clothing would be most appreciated. Even though they're too little to know any better, little brother's don't want to wear sister's pink pajamas.
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The History of Baby Showers
Although the term baby shower is a fairly modern concept, the tradition of welcoming baby and the rite of a woman's transition into motherhood is
something that has been celebrated throughout history.
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The History of Bridal Showers
Did you know that the custom of throwing a bridal shower dates back to the time when dowries were popular? Friends of the woman to be wed began giving what is now known as a bridal shower to compensate women who came from poor families who couldn't afford a proper dowry, or for a woman whose father didn't approve of the marriage and refused to pay.
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