Celebrity Trends of Girl Birth Announcements

There are very few events in your life that compare to that of having a little girl. Choosing the perfect girl birth announcements can really set the tone for the beginning of this new chapter of your life. While there are a number of options on the market to choose form, including online birth announcements, making your selection can be a bit overwhelming. You may want to take the advice of others, by choosing a style that has been previously tested by a celebrity. There are some great ideas from basic and classical to modern and fun filled.

What the Celebrities Look for in Birth Announcements for Girls

Simple Elegance One of the more popular styles among celebrities is the traditional announcement. This can be created with simple and basic color schemes along with excellent photography showing the new family addition. When Trista Sutter (from The Bachelorette) and her husband Ryan welcomed their new baby girl to the world, they chose dusty pink with brown text combined with a couple of simple photos.

Bright and Modern Many celebrities choose bright color combinations. Former 'Dancing with the Stars' co-host, Samantha Harris used bold and bright pink in her photo birth announcements to announce the big news of Hillary Madison. The use of photos allows the world to have a glimpse of their new pride and joy, while the fresh bright colors keep the tone fun and light hearted. While this is quite popular for girls, it can also be used with birth announcements for boys, providing a lighter, fun-filled style that is playful and childlike.

Black and White Photography - The use of black and white photography has always been favored among celebrities. If you think of the classic photographs that have made an impact over the last century, black and whites have always played a big part. Using them in birth announcements for boys can make a big impact. One perfect black and white photograph, matched with a classic font for the text can often be more striking than the use of color.

Whether you decide to use photographs with your birth announcements, or are looking for the simple and royal elegance of letterpress, you are well on your way to creating a lasting memory that will be cherished for years to come. By starting early, well before your new arrival is born, you'll have plenty of time to choose the right color scheme and wording that will make your birth announcements as special and unique as your new arrival.

Betsy Woodruff