How to Word Your Birth Announcements

Creating your birth announcements is an exciting time but chances are you want to personalize and mail your announcements as quickly as possible. Here are some examples of birth announcement wording you can use or modify to fit your needs.

How to Word Your Birth Announcements

Simple Birth Announcement Wording
Our hearts are full of love for
Henry Allen
Born: May 22, 2016
Weight: 8 lb. 8 oz.
Length: 18 inches

Kristen and Chad Sully

Gender-Specific Birth Announcement Wording
It's A Boy!
Henry Allen
Arrived: May 22, 2016
Weight: 8 lb. 8 oz.
Length: 18

Kristen and Chad Sully

Religious Birth Announcement Wording On May 22, 2016
God gave us a gift . . .
and we named him
Henry Allen!
Please share in our joy
at the birth of our son
8 lb. 8 oz.

Kristen and Chad Sully

Sibling Birth Announcement Wording
Cara Belle
would like to introduce to you
her new brother
Caleb Benajmin
Born: May 22, 2016
Weight: 8 lb. 10 oz.
Length: 18 inches

Nancy and Travis Archer

Christmas Birth Announcement Wording
Santa delivered our present early!
Myles Samuel
Born: November 11, 2016
Weight: 9 lb. 5 oz.
Length: 19 inches

Paul and Teri Torrington

Twins Birth Announcement Wording
We've been doubly blessed!
Marissa Anne
7 lb. 10 oz.
Taylor Terrence
8 lb. 6 oz.
Born on May 22, 2016

Proud Parents
Sarah and Clayton Branson

Adoption Announcement Wording
We will never forget the day
she came into our life . . .

It is with great joy
that we announce
the adoption of
Daphne May
on August 16, 2016
Melanie and Mark Drake

. . . and now we welcome her into our hearts.

Unique Adoption Announcement Wording
She wasn't expected,
she was selected!
Daphne May
Born: October 14
Came into our hearts
and into our home
on October May 22, 2016
We welcome her with
much love and joy!

Melanie and Mark Drake