Who normally attends a baby shower?
Close friends and family members should be invited to the baby shower. You should always consult with the mom-to-be on the guest list though, just in case she has any co-workers or friends she wants to add to the list.
When should I give my baby sprinkles?
A baby sprinkle is generally given around the same time as a baby shower. This timeframe is usually 28 to 32 weeks gestation (or 8 to 10 weeks before your due date).
What do you give someone for a baby sprinkle?
So, a baby sprinkle is designed to help her stock up on the essentials or anything that her other child is still using. This can include things such as diapers, wipes, onesies, formula, stroller, a car seat, etc.
Should I invite out of town relatives to baby shower?
Not at all. While some of your out-of-state invitees may not be able to make it to the shower, it’s likely they’ll still appreciate just being invited and knowing you thought of them. You could also consider setting up Zoom or FaceTime at your shower so they can join in the fun from afar!
Do you invite coworkers to baby shower?
If no office shower is planned, then the etiquette is based on doing what’s considerate and respectful, rather than following a set “rule.” For instance, the “rule” says that since baby showers are intimate affairs, you should invite only those co-workers who are also friends.
Do you make a registry for a sprinkle?
If you’re on your second (or later) baby and planning on holding a baby sprinkle shower, you may be wondering if it’s appropriate to set up a registry. In a word: Yes! It’s perfectly acceptable to register for your sprinkle — in fact, it makes things easier for friends and family who want to offer a token gift.
Do you play games at a baby sprinkle?
Consider activities and games
While traditional baby shower games still work at a sprinkle, you can plan on simpler activities, too.
Should you have a baby sprinkle?
It really all depends on the circumstance. If a mother-to-be is expecting a baby soon (a year or so) after her first, “it’s perfectly fine to have a second baby shower,” said Lizzie Post, etiquette expert, great-great-granddaughter of Emily Post and co-host of the podcast, Awesome Etiquette.