Is it OK to have a baby shower after the baby is born?
People also ask, what do you call a party after the baby is born?
A Sip & See is a party held after the birth of a baby to introduce the little one to friends and family members. It's usually a more casual event than the baby shower (with new parents often hosting it themselves), and it can be a fun way to celebrate a child's arrival.
One may also ask, what is a welcome baby party? No need to throw another baby shower: baby sip and sees are a great party for every new mom. Two or three months after a baby is born, parents and families throw a party where guests get the chance to meet the new baby, and congratulate mom on a job well done.
Also asked, is it better to have a baby shower before or after baby is born?
Some couples may not want to have the shower until after the baby is born. Others prefer to have it right away. Take any personal, religious, or cultural traditions into consideration before setting a date. That being said, most showers are held in the last two months of pregnancy.
Is it rude to have a second baby shower?
If you're calling it a shower, you're basically telling people to come and give you presents, which is definitely considered rude. With second babies, it is assumed that you still have most of the stuff you need, so it is also considered to be a little tacky to have a second shower.