When should you have a baby sprinkle?

Is it appropriate to have a baby sprinkle?

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.

Whats the difference between a baby shower and a baby sprinkle?

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.

When can you hold baby sprinkles?

Your baby sprinkle should be 8-10 weeks before your due date. If you’re counting by pregnancy weeks, you can host a baby sprinkle when the expectant mother is 28-32 weeks, just like a baby shower.

What is baby sprinkle etiquette?

A baby sprinkle tends to be more casual than a traditional baby shower. Since mom and dad will likely need much less for their new arrival, you don’t have to invite every distant relative, friendly acquaintance or coworker. Keep the guest list to close family and friends. Give guests the details.

Who pays for a baby sprinkle?

Who Traditionally Pays for a Baby Shower? 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.

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WHO plans a baby sprinkle?

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. But for a baby sprinkle, you will want to narrow the list. This is not a time for “catching up” or reconnecting with old friends.

What is the etiquette for a second baby shower?

Etiquette says that a baby shower should be given for the first baby only, and should be given by a non-family member. So, when a second baby comes along and a sprinkle invitation arrives, you might be a little put off at first. The family already has all the baby essentials.