baby shower invitations
Twin twin baby
shower invitations announce
your day for fun, food and celebration of the upcoming
birth of your babies. These joyful times are captured
in beauty and spirit when you use your own adorable
baby shower invitations from ImpressInPrint.com.
baby shower invitations - what to include?
If you already know the
sex of your babies, you can choose the color of your twin baby shower invitations by choosing either twin
baby shower invitations for a boy or twin
baby shower invitations for a girl (maybe both
- blue and pink?!) to give your guests a
valuable clue as to what colors to choose. If you
don't want to specifically use pink or blue - you
can customize you twin baby shower invitations with
personal requests for certain colors that you would
prefer for clothing, bedding, room accents, and other
great baby gift items.
Twin twin baby shower
invitations can include a list of baby party plans.
You can make a scrapbook of the day complete with
paper from ImpressInPrint.com for your guests
to include scrapbook notes and messages for your babies
to enjoy in their later years.
Enjoy the following party
game suggestions and use twin
baby shower paper from ImpressInPrint.com to give
your party that extra-special twin baby shower touch!
1 - Baby Name
Have on hand:
Choose a few common baby names (the longer the better!),
and scramble them up. Have each player unscramble
the baby names. Set a fast time limit to make it even
2 - "Guess
The Baby Food"
Have on hand:
- Get as many different
jars of baby food as you can
Shower Paper from ImpressInPrint
- Pens or pencils
Make a list of the baby foods. Soak off the labels
from the jars and mark the jar with a number that
corresponds to your "master list". Allow
your guests to look at the foods from a distance,
but do not let them smell or taste the foods. As you
show the guest each jar, have them write down their
guess for that "number" food on their twin
baby shower paper. The person with the most guesses
that are correct can receive something special. Be
sure to keep out 2 or 3 jars to use for a "tie-breaker"
in case of a tie.