Have you been thinking of hosting a beautiful baby shower and currently looking for a venue in Houston? You have certainly arrived at the right place, because Tagvenue is here with the city’s top locations. Soon enough, you will have the perfect place to celebrate the birth of a new human being who is about to change your lives forever. Whether you’re hosting the party for a good friend or a family member, you’re bound to find locations perfect to suit anyone’s baby shower dream. That’s exactly why at Tagvenue we pride ourselves in helping with the search for magical event spaces. Keep scrolling to book one of the best baby shower venues Houston has prepared for you today!
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Hi there! Are you tired of searching for baby shower venues yet? We feel you, really. The locations are so beautiful, but there’s just so many things to take into consideration before booking the perfect place. Well, don’t worry too much, because we are here to help you find the event space that will knock everyone off their feet. And thankfully with venues on Tagvenue that will not be such a hard thing to do! Venue hunt doesn’t have to be such a chore if you know exactly what you’re looking for. Keep scrolling for some helpful information and pro-tips for booking locations in Houston.
As always, there’s some important things to keep in mind before choosing the ideal venue, such as:
The cost of the baby shower will depend on each venue. Here at Tagvenue, we checked out the event spaces, and it turns out that the price range of baby shower locations starts from $500 to around $3500 minimum spend per session. As always, make sure to check out the venues which charge per person. Having a baby shower for a small number of people might mean that the location will be much more affordable with this type of rental payment.
Baby shower venues in Houston come in all different shapes and sizes. When you search for one on Tagvenue’s site make sure to filter out the things you need, and keep our venue rental guide in mind. We have wonderful indoor and outdoor spaces, perfect for any time of the year. Perhaps the first question that you should ask yourself is: which district of Houston will be the one for you? What part of the city would you like to have the baby shower in, and is it important to you that the venue is easily accessible? Would you like to have anything in a close proximity to the venue - like a park or a specific attraction? Talk it through with the other guests.
As with many special occasions, baby showers are best when they are utterly original. This is why having a BYOB option (not necessarily wine, but some good food perhaps) may be an important aspect. A cake or a personal dish might add a very nice touch to the party. So make sure to contact the host of the venue before you book, and ask if they allow bringing your own food. If possible, order a cake or make it yourself, and bring a tear to the eye of the mom-to-be.
Theme and decorations
A baby shower is a great occasion to put your Pinterest skills up to the test. Who doesn’t like searching for pretty party themes and putting up beautiful decorations? Go ahead and try some lovely pastel colors that remind us of innocence, babies and happiness. Get some beautiful flower arrangements, blow up some balloons, or create little gift bags for the attendees. A baby shower is a wonderful place to get creative, bring some joy to the party, and show the future mom that they have a beautiful support group, always.
Other important aspects to consider
Have you thought about how many people you are going to invite? Or maybe a more important question should be - who are you going to invite? Make sure that everyone gets along during the party, contact everyone beforehand and remind them to RSVP as soon as they can. A nice etiquette rule for a baby shower is not to force the future mommy to open the presents. Let her do everything in her own time and only if she wants to. This day might be quite an emotional one for her. Take good care of her!
Even after reading our little guide, you still might need some help with venue ideas. We come to you with some venue recommendations, so take a look before you book!
Baby showers are typically hosted at around six to eight weeks before the baby is due. The mother will be far along in her pregnancy, but the baby will still have some time before he or she is born. Try not to prepare it too late, just in case the baby decides to say hello a little sooner!
We are afraid to say that it might be a little out of touch to host your own baby shower. Since these are usually considered as gift giving parties, hosting your own might look like you’re asking for gifts. The etiquette of baby showers is that they are hosted by closest family or friends.
The baby shower is usually paid for by the host of the party. Or in this case, most likely the hostess. In some cases, family members or friends can chip into the party. If you feel like your relationship allows it, have a conversation with them about co-hosting. Baby shower etiquette suggests that you don’t ask the mom-to-be for money.
A baby shower should last around two to three hours. This gives enough time for everyone to eat, chat, have fun and give gifts. The mom of the baby is also bound to be quite exhausted after these couple of hours, after all she is carrying the little one (who is actually not so little anymore!). Feel out the situation, just in case the mom starts to feel unwell, but doesn’t want to make anyone leave too early.
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