In our previous blog post, we mentioned that taking pen to paper in a handwritten invite or thank you note is extremely powerful. In a digital world, handwritten notes are few and far between making them more special than an e-vite or text message.
But, what if you have writer’s block and aren’t sure how to start your office baby shower invite? In an effort to help you brainstorm, we came up with some office baby shower wording tips.
Office baby shower etiquette is quite different than a family or friend baby shower. Usually, the baby shower is much more formal. Your office baby shower invitation needs to include all of the important information – the name of the mom to be, the date and hour of the party, where it will take place, and the types of gifts that will be more appreciated.
Our dear (name of mom-to-be) will be leaving us for a little while to welcome the newest family member. You are invited to a baby shower that will be held on (date and hour) at (venue). Kindly RSVP to (name of person, e-mail, phone number). Mom is registered at …
(Name of mom-to-be) is having a baby! We have all been invited to help her get prepared. The baby shower will be held on (date and hour) at (venue). Kindly RSVP to (name of person, e-mail, phone number). Mom is registered at …
The (name of department) is growing by one person. Come and have fun with mom-to-be and all her colleagues. The baby shower will be held on (date and hour) at (venue). Kindly RSVP to (name of person, e-mail, phone number). Mom is registered at …Posted: Wednesday, August 17th, 12:54pm 3 years ago
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