The term 'Baby Shower' is relatively new to the UK so you would never guess that they first started in the Victorian Era. A baby shower was seen as the celebration of the rite of passage to becoming a mother. Two years ago I volunteered to host my best friend's baby shower. Having never been to one before I soon realised I had thrown myself into planning an event I knew nothing about. From my experience I've learnt, it's all about having fun, everyone gathering together before the birth and showering the mum-to-be and little one with gifts.
First thing's first, you need to send out the invitations. I'd recommend doing this at least 6 weeks in advance so people can plan it into their schedules. Try to put as much information on the invitation as possible, these neutral baby shower invitations are perfect. It's completely up to you where you host the baby shower, it can be at the mum-to-be's favourite restaurant or you can all gather at somebody's home. A baby shower is normally held when the expectant mother is around 7 months pregnant.
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