1) It is
important to give each new mommy equal time in the spotlight.
Each mommy to be wants to feel special at her baby shower so make
sure each is paid attention to. Have each mommy-to-be present prior
to starting any new event, discussion or game.
Make sure to have a selected area for each mommy-to-be's baby shower
gifts as the baby shower guests come in. Have someone assigned to
make sure the gifts go in the right mommy-to-be's pile.
baby shower decorations should reflect both of their interests
and both of their names if you personalize the decorations.
4) In The
Make sure the
baby shower invitations go out early and clearly state the baby
shower is for both mommys.
5) The Right
Food and Drink
Plan ahead to have enough baby shower food and drink present and
make sure to get both mommy's-to-be feedback on what they would like
to serve. It is best to have a conference call way before the baby
shower to find out what they would like to see at their joint party.
Have the mommy's to be go through the
shower games pages to choose the games they would like to see
Gift giving may be tough in this economy so suggest
baby shower gift cards to those who cannot decide what to get
the two new mommy's to be.
Make sure to clarify which place is the best and accepted for both
mommy's-to-be as you want to have both involved in this decision.
9) Who is
Get all parties in synch for how much the event will cost and who is
paying. When you have a baby shower for two, it will be more
expensive so plan ahead in this area.
10) Have Fun
The most important thing to remember is that the baby shower is a
fun and stress free time for both mother's-to-be. If things don't go
as planned, it is okay and the party will still be fun for all!