18 Printable Baby Shower Invites

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Are you planning a baby shower? You’ll find this list of free printable baby shower invites helpful. There’s a wide range of styles, themes and colors for boy, girl and to-be-announced gender neutral showers. Depending on your time/interest, remember you can customize invites with rhinestones, feathers, buttons, charms and a whole list of embellishments.  You can print these on regular computer paper and double-layer the invites on coordinating cardstock as another option…maybe use a hole punch so you can tie it with ribbon or yarn. The possibilities are endless!

Free Baby Shower Invitations

  1. Greetings Island: There’s a super variety of 50 different styles here, including gender neutral and add-a-photo options. Choices include stork, baby carriage, spaceship, animals, floral, vintage car, umbrella and…and…and!
  2. Frugal Fanatic Blue, pink or yellow chevron is suitable for any theme. Frugal Fanatic also has a lovely cream and brown invite.
  3. Tried and True: This chalkboard style invite is stylish and gender neutral.
  4. Do-It-Yourself Invitations: Here’s one that is text only, so you can use it for creative card making; also find blue/pink/aqua with white polka-dots; and a simple blue/pink border. Also see their pink or blue bunting suspended between flowers.
  5. The Nesting Spot: An oval, French country design sports green leaves.
  6. Creative Baby Shower Ideas: Find four styles in pink or blue. Images include stripes, polka-dots, nautical theme and mini baby footprints.
  7. Printable Party Kits: A sweet baby lamb fronts yellow and white polka-dots.
  8. About Home: Find 15 darling printable invites here, including a couple from the stylish TomKat Studio. Themes include: sunshine, nautical, pennants, pea-in-the-pod, elephant and books.
  9. Hideous! Dreadful! Stinky!: Hanging stars announce “It’s a Baby Shower”.
  10. Rusty Bumper World: There are so many invitations here, I didn’t even count them! You’ll find a wide variety of styles, themes and colors.
  11. Call Me Victorian: Vintage baby pram in pink or blue.
  12. Invitation Layout.com:  A blue elephant looks cute with a brown, polka-dot background.
  13. Baby Shower Simplicity:  20+ invitations with theme variety that includes: diaper, stork, monkey, cowboy, train and Noah’s ark. Also see holiday themed baby shower invites.
  14. Best printable invitations: See 10 offerings here, including an invitation for twins, contemporary, hot air balloon, and pram designs.
  15. From EK Web Designs: Here’s a hot pink zebra with polka-dots and zebra stripes.
  16. Onto Baby: This chevron design comes in a choice of 22 different colors.
  17. Phoenix Event Planning: If you like vintage, this might be your choice.
  18. Talking Trash and Wasting Time: If you’d like a shaped invite, there’s a template for a diaper!
  19. Baby Foot Print: these are precious.
  20. It’s A Girl: There is a collection of things like cupcake picks, candy stickers and more that go perfectly with these invites!

Free Printable Baby Shower Invitations

Don’t forget to fancy up your envelopes, too. A punched out image from the printable invites is one way to tie things together or if you’re an artist, freehand a matching image. Stamps, stickers and coordinating washi tape will work, too. Get your crafty on and have fun celebrating that new baby!

What’s your favorite free baby shower invitation?

free baby shower invites


By the way, did you know Amazon offers an online baby registry? You can find a registry and start a registry online in seconds! And you get a 90 day return time. Super awesome. 

amazon baby registry

Also, don’t forget to check out our post about tips for planning a baby shower on a budget .

Tips for Planning a Baby Shower on a Budget


And here are 11 baby shower games you can play! 

Baby Shower Games


  1. My second youngest is having a baby in Feb. Not sure if she wants another shower but, pinning this post in case she does. Or for next time I’m giving one. Thanks, Theresa

  2. Hello from Throwback Thursday hop. I like the invitations from Printable Party Kits. The lambs are so cute. I’ve pinned this resource for future baby shower planning.

  3. I like the baby footprint idea. With my last son I did not do a baby shower. Instead, I did a gender reveal. #ThrowbackThursdayLP

  4. Great round up! You know the foundation of any baby shower (after the baby) is an awesome invitation! thanks for sharing with us @ Snickerdoodle Sunday!

  5. Thanks for including my invite in your list 🙂

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