For a baby born in October with the last name “York,” this custom announcement was the brainchild of Cheree for her baby #3. It’s extra fun with guest appearances from her other two Yorks and features a colorful, coordinating sticker set with clever copy. The spider web on the envelope is sure to set off a scream!
Engraved in white ink, this announcement was just right with a painted, beveled edge and a mini envelope opportunity to hold a photo and explain this baby’s historic name. Note the initial centered in the envelope liner amidst carousel horses.
This baby’s name was the inspiration for tiny trinkets in this set. For Knox find blocks, clocks, socks, a lock, a music box and a fox. From there the photos unfold to tell the story of this new arrival tied with a bow.
What’s in a name? Find a fun look at famous folks who share this baby’s name. Photos and clever copy combine to create an impactful announcement that unfolds before your eyes.
This blessing arrived early and was announced to all with a sweet message about their miracle. A photo of her fine, tiny finger opens to reveal her whole little person.
This baby arrived unexpectedly while his parents were vacationing in sunny Miami. A Miami postmark decorated the front of the envelope and large lettering showcased this little one’s nickname on the back of the card.
Share your terms of endearment, nicknames and details about your new little love. Created by our Associate Creative Director, Megan Irwin, for her new bundle, this announcement is nothing but extraordinary. A 3D banner held by the baby with gold thread is the perfect custom detail.
Each arrival sparks a new story. Tell how he or she was named, the day of her arrival or perhaps her sibling count.
Inspired by Russian nesting dolls, this baby announcement, composed of a series of envelopes, was designed and illustrated by Cheree to celebrate her daughter’s arrival. A signature of CBP, the interactive announcement reveals – one envelope at a time – the birth details and nickname of baby Biz. Little surprises are revealed throughout the colorful set – gold ladybugs and bumblebees – to represent this June “birthday” bug.