5 Cute Ways To Include Your Ultrasound In Your Pregnancy Announcement

Looking for a clever way to announce your growing family? Check out these 5 cute ways to include your ultrasound in your pregnancy announcement cards!

These 5 Cute Ways To Include Your Ultrasound In Your Pregnancy Announcement are perfect for sharing the good news with family and friends. Once you have see that bundle of joy on screen, your life will be forever changed. Being able to share that joy with your friends, family and even coworkers will be life changing. Pregnancy and birth are beautiful things your family will enjoy celebrating.

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5 Cute Ways To Include Your Ultrasound In Your Pregnancy Announcement

Chalkboard “And Baby Makes Three” Announcement: This fun card can be customized for your family. The chalkboard background is super cute and is easy to upload your ultrasound image onto to personalize. It’s a classic easy way to include your ultrasound in your pregnancy announcement.

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Picture Holding The Ultrasound Up: Whether you print this as a photo card to share via mail, or you simply post this image to social media and share with your friends and family that way, a cute picture of you and your spouse holding the ultrasound picture up will be a cute and easy way to share your good news with friends and family.
Film Strip Announcement: Those fun photo strips are often a great way to share new love, but even better when created to share the news of a new family member arriving. Create your own using an online tool like Picmonkey, then share a simple poem or the due date on the image as an added touch.
The Painted Belly: It would take a lot of talent to achieve this, but it is a wonderful fun way to share your news with others. Have someone with artistic talent duplicate your ultrasound image directly on your belly and photograph it to share.
Older Sibling Holding Ultrasound Picture: This is a cute way to include your kids in pregnancy announcements. Have one of or all of the older children help hold the ultrasound picture(s) up for the camera to share they are about to become an older sibling.

These are some of our favorite ways to include your ultrasound in your pregnancy announcement. Get the kids involved, make it part of your holiday greeting card or simply enjoy a fun photograph that will be cherished for years to come. There is nothing as wonderful as sharing the news that your family will be growing. These and other great pregnancy announcement card ideas are a great source for spurring your imagination to think outside the box.

Did you use your ultrasound in your pregnancy announcements? How did you do it? Tell us in the comments!

31 thoughts on “5 Cute Ways To Include Your Ultrasound In Your Pregnancy Announcement”

  1. Absolutely love these cute ideas of making pregnancy announcement. I just love that idea of picture holding the ultrasound up which is simple & cute enough to announce your pregnancy. The painted belly is a funny idea as well.

  2. This is such a great way to announce your pregnancy. I wish i would have thought of using my ultrasound photo for my announcement.

  3. I have seen so many creative ways to announce pregnancy and or gender lately. These are all cute ideas. I wish I would have been more creative when my husband and I announced.

  4. I’m loving all the fun and creative ways people announce their pregnancies now. I like the older sibling holding the ultrasound idea. That sounds really cute.

  5. Very cute!! I never included the picture with my announcement as it was just word of mouth, hey I’m pregnant. That was about it! We also found out really late in the game what we were having. Cute idea!

  6. I did not have an gender ultrasound. I wanted to keep the baby’s gender a secret until it was time for my baby to be born. It added more to the excitement. Nowadays, there is a 4D gender ultrasound where you can clearly see the baby’s face!

  7. Robin Rue (@massholemommy)

    Here, we don’t get ultrasounds until about 20 weeks, which is a little late for a pregnancy announcement I think. Most people know by then.

  8. I like the idea of using your ultrasound to announce pregnancy. I wish I had thought about this back then.

  9. I did! I put it in a children’s book about grandparents and gave it to my parents to announce it to them :-) it said “read this to me in March 2015 love baby J” (my due date)

  10. Elizabeth Matthiesen

    super ideas. I remember with my first pregnancy how terrible the pictures were and they were taken so late that only the head was visible.

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