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. via
What can I do instead of a virtual baby shower?
5 Baby Shower Alternatives that Aren't a Zoom Call
What is a double baby shower?
If you have two pregnant daughters, two coworkers due the same week, or your sister and her best friend are both expecting, you may want to plan a double baby shower. Whatever the situation or the reasons, a double baby shower can be a lot of fun if you plan carefully and respect the wishes of both mothers. via
Who throws a sprinkle shower?
If a co-worker and your best friend offer to throw showers, and they're different groups of friends, it's perfectly acceptable to accept both invitations. The same goes for sprinkles in honor of baby number three or four — if a loved one offers to organize the celebration, feel free to graciously say yes. via
Who do you invite to a sprinkle?
Who Should I Invite? For a baby sprinkle, you invite only your closest family and friends. Your baby shower probably included neighbors, co-workers, a childhood friend, and distant relatives. via
What is a sprinkle shower?
What is a baby sprinkle or a baby sprinkle shower? A baby sprinkle is a type of baby shower to celebrate a family's second child. Instead of a traditional shower, the gifts are often diapers, wipes and a few outfits since many families who are expecting their second child already have a lot of the gear they'll need. via
How do you plan a baby shower on a low budget?
Is a drive by baby shower tacky?
At first glance, the drive-through shower might seem like a nice alternative to the traditional baby shower—but in practice, it can be awkward and cringe-worthy. via
How do you throw a double baby shower?
What are some good baby shower games?
Best Baby Shower Games
What are baby shower themes?
Baby shower theme ideas
Is it tacky to throw your own baby sprinkle?
If you don't have anyone close to you that can or will throw your baby shower for you, you can always throw your own. It's a little against tradition, but no one is stopping you. Some circumstances you might find yourself in if you have to throw your own baby shower: You don't have any female family members. via
What do you bring to a sprinkle party?
How much do you spend on a baby sprinkle gift?
$20 to $25 is a good range to keep in mind and even $15 can be acceptable in this case. via
Who pays for a baby sprinkle?
The hostess traditionally pays for the baby shower and its associated costs. However, the hostess can divide up the responsibility and costs by asking a few close family members or friends to co-host. via
Do you give favors at a baby sprinkle?
Gift bags and baby shower favors are optional at a baby sprinkle. However, if you do want to offer gift bags, try smaller and inexpensive options or food gift ideas. Consider a candy bar where guests can make their own gift bags or a popcorn bar with different flavors. via
What is baby sprinkle etiquette?
Baby Sprinkle Etiquette
Think clothes, toys, diapers and potential big ticket necessities, like a car seat, stroller and high chair. If you're the guest, stick to any gifting guidelines noted in the baby sprinkle invitation wording, or check out the mom-to-be's registry to see what she really wants and needs. via
How do you write a sprinkle invitation?
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. Decorate a plain baby book and ask guests to write a note to the baby inside. via
How do you plan a sprinkle?
How do you throw a low key baby shower?
How much does an average baby shower cost?
How Much Does the Average Baby Shower Cost? An in-person baby shower's average cost can range anywhere between $100-1000, and a virtual shower averages about $20 to $200. Still, it largely depends on the venue, the number of guests in attendance, and what choices you make with things like party favors or prizes. via
How do you throw a last minute baby shower?
Do you open gifts at a drive by baby shower?
“Having a shorter window will give you more of an energetic feeling instead of having guests drive by randomly throughout the day,” she says. Let them bring gifts. While it's certainly not required, if you have a registry, go ahead and include a link to it on the invite, says Mensch. via
Do you open gifts at a drive by shower?
What About Gifts? Others will want to keep things as traditional as possible by bringing wrapped presents to the shower; these gifts should be dropped off from a distance, and expectant moms can open each gift in front of the gift-giver's vehicle to maintain some semblance of “normal.” via
How do you have a baby shower during a pandemic?
What do you do at a coed baby shower?
The traditional baby shower tends to include games, food, themes and presents focused entirely on the mom and her lady guests while the coed baby shower will include activities, menus and gifts for both parents and all of their loved ones. via
How do you make a baby shower not boring?
How can I make my baby shower more fun?
How many games should you play at a baby shower?
A typical baby shower lasts about 3 hours, so you can expect to play about 5 games at most. You will want to have enough games to keep everyone occupied but not so many that you are rushing people through each game. via