Easter Birth Announcements: ‘I’m Pregnant’

The key to perfect Easter birth announcements is, simply put, to have fun. The holiday – and your birth – is a tremendously joyous time, so don’t think too deeply into your presentation, etc. Easter birth announcements should be light-spirited and sweet.

  1. Guess what’s hatching! Me! Send Easter holiday cards to relatives and friends wishing them a happy spring holiday and include a message with your due date and exciting news. Holiday cards make a perfect vehicle for Easter birth announcements.
  2. Table favors. If you’re hosting Easter brunch, lunch or dinner, create place-setting favors with the message that at this time next year as a means of expressing your Easter birth announcements.
  3. Big brothers & sisters. Help your older children get excited about the new baby’s arrival by stuffing their Easter baskets with cute message T-shirts that read “This Little Chick Has An Easter Secret” or “I’m going to be a big brother!”
  4. It’s a girl! If you know your unborn baby’s gender, dye a bunch of hard-boiled eggs all blue or all pink and use a stencil set to write the message: It’s a boy!
  5. Egg hunt. Get everyone in on a good old-fashion Easter egg hunt. Stuff plastic eggs with your Easter birth announcement. If you are having multiples, stuff the eggs with two, three or more egg candies.
  6. Body paint. OK, if you go Mariah and paint the message on your belly, take a picture and post a link to the photo in our comment section below.

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