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5 Fun Fall Pregnancy Announcements

Pregnancy announcements are always fun, and with all of the various social media outlets at your disposal, the possibilities are limitless. Since it’s fall, we’re sharing five fun fall pregnancy announcements for your enjoyment. Maybe you’ll see a little inspiration for your own autumnal announcement.

Adding a Pumpkin to Our Patch

This is a fun idea that can be styled in various ways. You can go to an actual pumpkin patch for a photo shoot, or display carved pumpkins on your porch. If you have other kids, this is a great way to involve them in the process, by letting them design their own pumpkins.

Expecting a Little Pumpkin

Carving a pumpkin, and then placing a tiny one inside is another pumpkin-themed way to announce you’re expecting. This creative twins version makes the idea even cuter.

No Tricks, Just a Treat…

Try using this little saying for an online and/or mailed announcement: “No tricks, just a treat! Our family is growing by two little feet.” You can create your own version, or buy and customize the announcement pictured.

Apple-Themed Announcement

Using apples is another unique way to announce your pregnancy. You can take a picture of you and your partner holding apples displaying your baby’s due date. Or you can stage a photo shoot featuring your family in an apple orchard. This apple lineup is also a great idea.

Pumpkin Spice and Everything Nice

If you happen to love yourself some pumpkin spice goodness from Starbucks, this might be for you. Add a little ditty about your favorite fall beverage, and you’re good to go.

What are some of your favorite fall pregnancy announcement ideas?

Author Info

Lauren Soderberg

Wife of one tall drink of water. Mama of two spunky kids. Lover of awkwardly long hashtags and unicorn emojis. And babies, obviously.

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