If she lives in the country, or is simply a country girl at heart, the mommy-to-be will flip for an adorable farm animal theme baby shower.
Today, I've pulled together my top picks for invites featuring cows, sheep, pigs and chicks... with a few roosters and barn scenes thrown in for good luck.
Each of the following invitations were created at Zazzle and come with an envelope (of course!) and a 100% satisfaction guarantee.
You can purchase them in the exact amount that you need so there's no wasted money and they are available on several different types of paper. Your choice will determine the low pricing.
Farm Animal Baby Shower Invitations
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And believe it or not, there's a lot more to see!
If the party is being held outdoors you can go crazy with hay bales. Use them as side tables or simply as a decorative feature. Gingham picnic tablecloths and mason jars will add to the country charm.
Share your ideas right here in the comments section to help others plan their own cute farm animal shower.
Welcome to Seasonal Showers!
Find the Best Invitations For Your Shower
Choose your season and party type, or baby's gender, to see our top picks for invites based on seasonal shower theme ideas
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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.
Learn more here:
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.
You can read more about the fascinating history of bridal showers here:
Seasonal Showers is written by Robin Svedi.
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