Holiday-Themed Pregnancy Announcements
- December 04,2018
Announcing your pregnancy to family and friends is not only an exciting and joyous time, but also a great excuse to get creative! Doing so during the holidays can take the creative potential to a whole new level. We’ve rounded up some of the most creative holiday-themed pregnancy announcements out there to help inspire you for when you share your news this season.
Maybe you haven’t scheduled your maternity photoshoot yet or you aren’t quite feeling up to a photo op. That’s fine -- let baby have the spotlight and use your ultrasound photos! We love the idea of dressing up your growing little one with a Santa hat or other holiday accessories. It’s the perfect touch of festive humor.
A New Stocking on the Mantle
Give baby his or her very own stocking next to yours on the mantle. This makes for a sweet way to reveal the news to older siblings or to family when they visit your home. And we love that the photo can also be used for your family holiday cards.
Ultimate Ugly Sweaters
Planning on attending an ugly sweater party this year? Be the talk of the party and go all-out like this couple did by incorporating your ultrasound photos into your outfits. And don’t forget to snap a photo to send out to other family and friends! They’re sure to get a kick out of it. Bonus: If the party has a contest for Best Sweaters, you’re sure to win!
Sibling Holiday Wish List
Include the big brother(s) or sister(s) to be and write a holiday wish list that includes baby! This idea can be used whether you celebrate Christmas or Hanukkah, and it’s a cute way to get older siblings excited about the news.
A Holiday Surprise
Was baby a surprise? Use that aspect of your news like this family did with the cheeky quote, “Ho-Ho-OH!”
String Light Silhouette
Use all of the beautiful string lights during this season to your advantage and take a silhouetted photo of your growing baby bump.
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