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Baby Shower Master Planner Unrestricted PLR eBook

Don’t worry if you’ve never organized a baby shower before. And worry even less if, in the past, you’ve tried to organize a baby shower but bumped into some obstacles along the way. This book is designed to be easy, practical, and fun. In fact, if you aren’t careful, you may just become a baby shower specialist, with people calling you up and asking you for your advice and insights. Now would that be fun?.

Introducing…

Baby Shower Master Planner

With this book, putting together an excellent and memorable baby shower might be the easiest thing you do all year – of course, you don’t have to tell people it was so easy…

Here’s a Sample Content So That You Know What To Expect From This PLR Ebook:

Who’ll Throw the Shower?

There’s an ongoing debate – that can actually become quite emotional and vocal – that tried to determine whether or not a relative should throw the baby shower.  Traditionally, the view has been that a relative should not throw a baby shower, because it can appear that the relative is requesting gifts.  Yet traditions change, and there are times when a sibling, or a cousin, or an aunt might be the ideal and somewhat convenient choice.

So what should you do?  To answer this, we can respond with the best, and sometimes most unsatisfying answer of them all: it depends.

Sorry, but it really does depend.  If you hail from a rather traditional or conventional background, it may be wise to see that a non-relative is in charge of the baby shower.  In addition, even if you, personally, are comfortable with a relative throwing the baby shower, some of your guests – who may be less comfortable with it than you – may object (or just whisper about it behind your back).

Use your judgment here.  Perhaps the most practical advice is this: if you can conveniently and pleasantly not have a relative run things, then that will likely be the best route to go.  However, if that’s just not possible, plausible, or preferred, then don’t feel like you’re someone from outer space because you’re related to the mother-to-be.  More and more people are breaking with tradition; especially since they feel that the perception of a relative “asking for gifts” arguably doesn’t exist anymore.

Gifts (which we talk about further on in this book) are rather integral to baby showers; it’s quite hard to imagine one without gifts.  Since that is the case, whether a relative requests them from those attending the baby shower, or a non-relative requests them, arguably isn’t important to those attending.  They’re likely focused on what the baby shower should focus on: the mother-to-be, and a wonderful opportunity to share in her joy.

Now, there’s an amusing (at least from our current detached perspective) on this that you should know about.  Some people may not want to run the baby shower.  It’s assumed that if you’re reading this, that you’re quite happy with the assignment, and you’d like to do some quality – and easy! – research so that everything goes off without a hitch.

Yet if you aren’t the one whose holding the baby shower, but perhaps the mother-to-be who is about to hand over this book to a relative or friend who will hold the shower, then we should take a little time-out to talk about something important.

A baby shower is a wonderful event that is filled with laughter, love, and perhaps a few tears (of happiness).  Yet putting one together can require an investment of time.  Not a lot of time; not compared to, say, planning a wedding or for some people, planning a vacation.

Table Of Contents

Part 1: Planning The Shower

Who’ll Throw The Shower?
When Should The Shower Happen?
Sending Out Invitations
To Gift Registry Or Not To Gift Registry

Part 2: Holding The Shower

Things To Do: Themes
Theme: A Tea Party
Things To Do: Games
Game: The Winning Plate
Game: The Price Is Right
Game: That… Was Me?
Food

Part 3: Insider’s Tips

Things To Do: Plan
Things To Do: Decorate
Things To Do: Cater Accordingly
Things To Do: Set A Time Limit
Things Never To Do: Don’t Choose Awkward Games
Things Never To Do: Don’t Ask People To Eat Standing Up
Couples Showers?
Conclusion

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  • Content: 43 Pages – 8222 Words

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40.6 Megabytes (MB)

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[YES] Can be packaged.
[YES] Can be offered as a bonus.
[YES] Can be given away (in any format).
[YES] Can be sold on auction sites.
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[YES] Can resell Private Label Rights.
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