Now that you have recruited both genders, you may want to choose a theme that is casual and fun. One of the best ways to keep it neutral and simple is to throw a picnic-theme celebration. Classic table clothes and napkins, grilled food and delicious treats will all make a lovely memories for the guests and parents-to-be.2. Guest List & Invitations It's time to make a guest list and send out invitations. Before doing so, you need to consult with both parents-to-be. It is important that they approve of your guest list. When sending out the invitations, highlight the fact that it is a shower for both men and women. If you are inviting couples, put both names on the envelope using specially designed custom address labels? 3. Food
This is a baby shower so mom-to-be can't drink. Here are some creative non-alcoholic drinks to fit the occasion. Use customized bottled water and add some slices of fresh lemon to it. Also, nametags are a great way to dress up the drinks.5. Gifts for him and her Since you need to prepare gifts for both parents, it would be a good idea to include some unusual or humorous items. How about On duty and Off duty pillowcases? These would certainly keep them un-divorced.
6. Thank you gifts
Can't think of cute and memorable thank you gifts for your guests? Think of favors like personalized candies or custom cupcakes-they are a nice treat. Or how about this lovely personalized Baby shower candy jars? You may as well create your own tags saying something sweet and memorable.