5 Tips for Organizing a Budget-Friendly Baby Shower

Looking for some Budget-Friendly Baby Shower tips?  Keep reading to find out how to have the perfect party without the debt! #babyshower #baby

Looking for some Budget-Friendly Baby Shower tips? Keep reading to find out how to have the perfect party without the debt!

With so many things a baby arrives with, joy is the foremost. The new parents-to-be are beyond excited. The joyous arrival of this tiny-little baby cannot be explained, and this shouldn’t be left uncelebrated. There’s another life beating inside you, that doesn’t happen daily, right?!

If this isn’t enough, these numbers here will give you some motivation. Trust me, you want to celebrate before the naughty bundle of joy arrives, and you have to be its 24*7 hour caretaker.

So, what is stopping you? Baby showers are one of the best ways to celebrate the arrival of the little one. But if you are thinking it is going to cost you a fortune, or you won’t be able to afford it, think again.

5 tips for organizing a budget-friendly baby shower

You don’t have to book a banquet hall, make a guest list of 1000 invitees or call a special caterer for this. In fact, joy has no relation to the amount being spent. You can organize memorable baby showers, in the most economical way possible, and we are here to help you with it. Keep reading, and you will understand how.

Looking for some Budget-Friendly Baby Shower tips?  Keep reading to find out how to have the perfect party without the debt! #babyshower #baby

1. Invite only the people you can count upon

Joy is in intimacy, and if you think your long-lost relatives will add joy in it, chances are you may be wrong.

It might not look like it, but the new mom-to-be wants to be around people who really matter. So, organize a small baby shower, with a small circle of friends.

2. Replace paper-based greetings with digital invitations

Earlier, paper cards were the only available option to send invitations. But now, it has been replaced with ecards.

Gone are the days when they used to be intimate affairs. Now people expect a digital invitation from you. Ecards are not only aesthetically very pleasing but also time-saving.

It will cost you as low as zero if you design your own invite via ready-to-use templates. Also, there are a few video invitation maker websites and apps available on the internet that can help you create custom invites for baby showers at a minimal cost.

3. Make your home, the party location

Now that you aren’t inviting your far-off relatives, your party will be an intimate one. So, there is no reason you should look for a banquet hall or restaurant, costing you extra money.

Plus, hosting at home comes with a lot of added benefits. When you host outside, you need to reach the place quite in time. On top of that, decorate the place to the T. However,  at home, you can take things at your own pace.

This means there is no rush as you don’t have to put up the decorations in a day, and of course, the comfort is unmatchable!

4. Ladies Only!

Nowadays, we know that co-ed baby showers have become a thing, but you don’t always have to follow the trend. Choose to be traditional and cut the guest list to half.

Only women can feel and understand what being a new mom feels like. Think of it like a lady’s night. Do you want guys in it? Definitely no.

5. Decide the time wisely

Let baby showers remain baby showers and not extend to become a dinner party. Remember, a baby shower is not just about eating. The focus should be on the new mom, rather than food.

So, choose a time in the afternoon, where people wouldn’t expect full meals to be served, and keep it light with snacks. Not only will it help you save dinner costs, but it will also keep the guests free of the food with enough spare time to enjoy with the new mom-to-be.

Tips for organizing a budget-friendly baby shower

In the end, let me wrap this up with one last piece of advice, if people offer you help, don’t hesitate to accept it. There’s no harm in utilizing some extra hands to help you put together this event. In fact, the more hands you have, the less you will stress.

By The Mom Kind

Alicia Trautwein is an Autism advocate, writer, motivational speaker, and dedicated mom of four. Alicia’s desire to advocate for Autism comes from her own autism diagnosis and that of her three children, niece, and brother. Her life’s mission is to educate on autism acceptance and change the world for future generations of autistic individuals.

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