1) Ask for sage advice from your guests as part of your RSVP and have these words of wisdom, from those near and dear, printed in pretty fonts as a large photo backdrop for your Baby Shower photo booth. You can also incorporate these into favors or decor.
2) Include cultural and family traditions that are rooted in the backgrounds of your friends and family.
3) Create an experiential registry and request gifts like "A free diaper change upon request" or "a stroller cruise to the park with mama & baby." This can be such a great way to communicate to your nearest and dearest that you want them to be a part of this phase of your life and can also help you avoid the isolation that can sometimes come with motherhood.o4) Make it special. Set the tone with elegant invitations to show that it's not just their gift, it's also their presence that is important. Everybody loves an opportunity to step out in style!”
- Andaleeb Firdosy, Co-founder, Love On Paper