Custom Pregnancy Announcement Shirts

Here’s a great way to announce your pregnancy. Our custom pregnancy announcement shirts are a thoughtful and funny way to let your family, friends, and co-workers know that you’re expecting. Shop our collection of creative designs below!

Make announcing your pregnancy a memorable occasion. Choose from our custom pregnancy announcement t-shirt design options

Show off your new bundle of joy with these custom pregnancy announcement shirts. The lightweight and breathable material will make it easy to move around in while looking stylish. From labor to delivery, these maternity tops are the perfect way to show off your growing belly!

Shirts To Announce Pregnancy

When your clothes don’t fit you anymore, these shirts will announce your pregnancy to the world. When you want to let the world know you’re expecting, a pregnancy announcement shirt is a great way to do it. Celebrate the hopeful new arrival with designs ranging from simple text to more elaborate graphics and sayings.

Announcing your pregnancy with a maternity announcement shirt is a unique and fun way to share the good news! Create a lovely announcement to announce your pregnancy!

A maternity top that signifies a growing baby bump or other form of pregnancy. Special announcements don’t have to be simple either. Try a photo of a tiny footprint or a rhyming headline that reads something like “I’m growing fast!” Then, add these maternity t-shirts to your shopping cart and get ready to make family and friends smile.

Shirts To Reveal Pregnancy

Discover a collection of maternity shirts made from soft, breathable fabrics to compliment your changing figure. Available in multiple colors and styles, these maternity tops offer easy access for breastfeeding and will continue to look great during your labor and beyond.

Chances are, there’ll be only a few times in your life that you get to say you’ve got a baby on the way, so you might as well make those pregnancy announcements memorable. Sure, some older relatives and traditional types may prefer finding out the old-fashioned way (with a visit or phone call), but most friends and family will no doubt dig getting the news via one of these nine creative ways to tell people you’re pregnant.

Give a Surprise Sports Gift

tiny basketball

Present your sports-loving partner (or parent, pal or sibling) with a onesie, bib, sippy cup or kiddie-sized ball cap emblazoned with the logo of their favorite team, and they’ll know you’ve got a fan-in-training in your belly. Then snap a photo of them holding your gift (and wearing a huge I’m-going-to-be-a-parent grin) and post it on Instagram (or e-mail, text or mail the picture) for a way to tell people you’re pregnant that’s sure to be a home run!

Record Your Reaction


Let the video camera roll as you await the result of your home pregnancy test. Talk about your thoughts (“Is that one line or two?”) as the test does its job, then record your reaction to the positive result (cue tears of joy or jumping up and down with glee). Camera-shy? Just film the HPT working its magic and set that video to music, then upload to YouTube and send the link to loved ones. Bonus: One day you’ll be able to show your pea-in-the-pod just how excited you were about her impending arrival.

Make a Baby-Themed Meal

baby back ribs

As an expectant mom, you might be hungry all the time — so why not divulge your secret over a special dinner? Cook your partner a feast of baby-back ribs, baby carrots, baby corn, baby brussels sprouts…you get the idea. Use cookie cutters to bake sweet treats shaped like nursery items, such as booties and bassinets. Or offer to pack their work lunch and include treats like Sugar Babies, Sour Patch Kids and Baby Ruths. If you’ve been trying for a baby, they’ll probably catch on pretty fast.

Take a Pic of Your Positive Pregnancy Test

wedding album
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A picture is worth a thousand words — and in this case, the photo delightfully says, “We’re pregnant!” If you’re married, sneak a snapshot of your positive pregnancy test onto the last page of your wedding photo album. Then casually ask your partner to look through the album with you, “just to reminisce.” When they reach the end, you’ll get to watch the surprise — then joy — on their face as they realize there’s a baby on the way.

Let a Sibling Spill the Beans

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Make a T-shirt for your firstborn that bears the message, “I’m going to be a big sister (or brother).” Use iron-on letters or puffy paint, or just buy a shirt with the words already printed — lots of stores sell them. Have your child wear her tee to your next family gathering and watch the fun begin as people read the big news. A fine alternative: Skip the shirt and have your tot whisper this “secret” to the partygoers — “Pssst! I’m going to be a big sibling!”

Bake a Bun in the Oven

bun in the oven

Share your sweet news with this tongue-in-cheek trick: The next time you’re hosting friends or family, literally put a bun in the oven (try hamburger or cinnamon buns). When your guests arrive, invite them into the kitchen and open the oven to show them what’s inside. With your partner by your side, say something like, “Look what we’re cooking! What is that?”

Drop Hints at a Holiday Party

Trinette Reed/Stocksy

Whether it’s Christmas or Hanukkah, Mother’s or Father’s Day, or even a relative’s birthday, giving “we’re-having-a-baby” presents is a creative way to tell people you’re pregnant. Great gift ideas: A framed picture of the sonogram, an “I Love My Grandma” bib, or a cake that says, “Happy Birthday, Aunt Lisa” (if Lisa’s not already an auntie).

Tip ‘Em Off With a Tome

wte book

Haven’t told your partner yet? Wrap a book for first-time parents, and give it to them with a smile. If you’re telling your mom or mother-in-law, choose one of these books: I Loved You Before You Were BornWherever You Are: My Love Will Find You, or What to Expect When You’re Expecting (hey, even grandmas could use a refresher course).

Announce It With an Invitation


Even faraway family and friends will want to save the date for this event: Buy kiddie-themed birthday-party invitations and write your due date as the party date. Slip in a copy of the sonogram and drop it in the mail. Now, that’s one exciting invite to post on the fridge!

Dressing for your growing belly can be tough. Some tops are too baggy and too long, others fit right but just look funny beneath your belly. You need a shirt that’s soft and comfortable, so you can wear it every day – even post-delivery. (Bonus: it has to last longer than your other maternity blouses.) When you’re pregnant and feeling yourself, there’s no reason to hide it.

How To Creatively Announce Pregnancy

You’re going to love how creative announcement can be. Say you are expecting a new life into this world and make it special for your families.

1. Get the family dog (first baby) to declare it

Emily: “This is how we announced! Lola was our first baby and we knew we wanted to include her somehow. This seemed like the best way and she is the best big sister!”

2. Get the siblings to say it  

Carley: “This is how we announced our third!”

3. Pregnancy announcement with pumpkins

Rachel: “This is how we announced baby number two!”


4. Make it look picture frame perfect

Kayleigh: “We had to include our puppy Boe!”

5. Tell your tale with some Disney inspiration

Rianne: “The glass dome and book were centrepieces from our wedding – we had different ‘fairy tales’ as each table at the wedding. I found this Chip and Mrs Potts teapot shortly before I got pregnant, and we are big Disney fans (we went to Disney world for our honeymoon) so we used them to make a beauty and the beast themed announcement!”

6. Simply show off your bump

Montana: “It was a late announcement, with my partner’s photography skills.”

7. Write it on a giant cookie

Jemma: “This is how we told our eldest he was going to be a big brother.”

8. Share your scan in a heart

Jennifer: “After 4 years of trying to conceive, numerous procedures, operations, needles and a lot tears. We never gave up. Our miracle IVF baby.”

9.  Print it on a personalised baby grow

Ruby: “This was our baby announcement – feels like it was only a couple of weeks ago!”

10. Take a family photo

Georgia: “This was taken on my son’s first birthday!”


11.  Welcome the new player to the squad

Trish: “This was our announcement, we’re all rugby fans, so what better way to announce a new player to the squad, we later had a gender reveal as well!”

12. Write it on a blackboard

Jess: “This is how I announced that my baby and only child was getting a new best friend!”

13. Write it in the sand

Victoria: “This is how we announced our pregnancy.”

14. Call it out with converse

Sadie: “We announced like this! I still love it!”

15. Post a picture of a positive pregnancy test

Rachel S: “We announced our pregnancy by telling our parents that: ‘me and hubby had bumped into someone who knows them but hasn’t seen them in years, and they gave me an envelope for them with the hopes of meeting up soon.’ This threw them right off! Inside the envelope was a picture of a positive pregnancy test with a card that had a removable heart magnet for the fridge which reads: Nanny and Grandad the best is yet to come. Even to this day that photo and magnet are still on their fridge!”

16. Get creative with a cartoon announcement

Debbie: “We asked one our favourite comic book artists to make something for us. He’s a penguin genius!”

17. Say it with Scrabble

Lucy: “They say a picture is worth a 1000 words! I used my mum’s Scrabble board to announce ours. She’d passed away the year before and I wanted to find a way to make her part of it.”

18. Get baby themed biscuits

Olivia: “Here’s how we announced our pregnancy.”

19. Get a t-shirt to tell all

Chantel: “This was our initial announcement.”

20. Coming soon with cars

Georgia-May: “This was our pregnancy announcement.”

21. Let everyone know with LEGO

Hannah: “We announced ours with LEGO figures of ourselves!”

22. Tell all by writing it on moving in boxes

Rachael: “We’d bought our first house literally a couple of weeks before getting pregnant. When we announced the pregnancy we were in the middle of renovating. We posted this with the caption of ‘Home renovation continues, we’re expanding by two feet.’”

23. Baby announcement with balloons

Faye: “This is how we announced our pregnancy on social media – the night of our 13 week scan.”

24. We sent a cot eviction notice

Hazel: “We sent this to the family!”

25. The Christmas elf left a special note

Kayleigh L: “Christmas 2018 the Elf left a special message with a baby elf to look after until their new baby arrived in June.”

26. Make a movie poster to announce your pregnancy

Jodie: “This was mine and my boyfriends! We’d only been together 3 months after our happy surprise. So we decided to go for a different more humorous way of announcing, to hopefully reduce the shock!”

27. Call out for a Superhero’s sidekick

Samantha: “We put the maybe because Grayson was due February 2018 and arrived November 2017!”

28. Make it known with mugs

Steph: “This is how we recently announced our pregnancy!”

29. Keep it simple and put with your own spin on it

Rhiannon: “We wanted something simple and nerdy for the pregnancy announcement.”

The announcement of a pregnancy is one of the most exciting announcements to make! But how do you tell people that you are expecting? By creatively announcing your pregnancy. That’s right, there are plenty of unique ways to let those around you know that they’ll be meeting a new family member soon. In this guide we will provide you with some ideas and tips on how to tell your friends and family about your future bundle of joy in an eye-catching way that will leave them dumbfounded. It’s an exciting time to announce you’re pregnant. Plan a creative way to tell your family and friends, and watch as they start planning for the new arrival.

This professionally-designed announcement is the perfect way to share your news with family and friends. Your pregnancy journey will unfold over time, but you can’t go wrong with this first step. Let your family members and friends know about your exciting news. Create an announcement that fits your personality, including fun colors and fonts or making the announcement all about the baby. You can get creative in many ways, such as using different sizes and shapes of paper, including photos on the back or front, adding childlike drawings to create a border around the photo, adding decorative elements like stickers or ribbon curls.

There are few things that feel more special than sharing the news of your pregnancy with close friends and family. Don’t just tell them with words – be creative and share their excitement with thoughtful gifts that last beyond the nine months. From personalized tees to on-trend accessories, we’ve handpicked a few options that will warm hearts and make you proud.

Cute Diy Pregnancy Announcements

Make your baby announcement memorable with a cute DIY pregnancy announcement. Choose our collection of the best designer elements and create your own designs with our easy-to-use tools. This cute pregnancy announcement is a great way to share your baby news, and it’s more fun than sending out boring announcements in the mail. We’ll print your picture in color on high-quality paper. We’ll even personalize it with “It’s a boy” or “It’s a girl” if you’d like. After that, all you need is a box of pastel colored envelopes!

The most perfect pregnancy announcement ever! This is a super easy and very adorable design idea for multiples. Create your own unique, personalized pregnancy announcements that are as cute as can be. Use our templates to create them with ease, or choose from our fun pre-designed invitations.

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