I don't know why but whenever I see Chevron stripes, it makes me smile. I guess it effects a lot of people that way and that's why Chevron is such a popular theme for a baby shower.
The Chevron, an inverted "V" shape, has been used in art and design since way back in 1800 BC but lately it's become a trendy style when used on invitation designs.
Today, I'm featuring these cute zig zag stripes on invites that were created especially for a baby boy.
The following are a few of my favorites just because of their fun factor but there's plenty more to choose from. Click on your favorites here to learn more or visit Chevron Boy Baby Shower Invitations to see them all.
Sailboat and Chevron
Bright Chevron Stripes
Boy Oh Boy
Mustache and Chevron
Each of these high quality invitations are a big 5" x 7" and come with a white envelope and a 100% satisfaction guarantee. Pricing will be determined by your choice of card stock and the quantity of invites that you order. Order only as many as you need. You'll find discounted prices on bulk orders of just 25 or more.
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Welcome to Seasonal Showers!
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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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All of Zazzle's invitations are available on your choice of quality card stock including choices from the following:
You can learn all about their different paper lines, colors and all of the specifics about each type of card stock that is offered by visiting: Zazzle's Passion for Paper
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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