Baby shower preparation itself is already a task keeps your hands full. You need to prepare the food, guest list, games, prizes, and whatnots. Let's not forget about the baby shower music. Like the other baby shower elements, music is also important for this joyous event. In this article, you will get to read 5 tips on how to select your set of baby shower music for your party.

Music selection can be extremely difficult especially for those who are not too musically-inclined. Don't worry. You can read about tips in this article that can be useful in your search for your music.

The music or song should be present in any party. For without it, your party will be a "blah" or a total dud. Why? Music makes anyone (or any party) alive. It makes people groove and move. Aside from making you dance, music can act as a great background for any events. For the games, for instance, your music can help stimulate the speed of the game and help your participants feel active. All this talk about selecting music really makes me want to throw a party right now. The problem is that it becomes too tough to find the right songs that fit the occasion with too much music written and heard. Not to worry. Here are five tips I can give you so choosing songs is made easier.

  • If you are inviting friends with similar age and taste in music, why not play songs from bands in your generation? This will make you loosen up and get over nervousness. At this point, you will most likely reminisce about the old days while welcoming your baby.
  • Another easy thing to do would be to play songs that are related to your theme. For instance, you can play songs like "Butterfly Fly Away" by Miley Cyrus, "Butterfly Kisses" by Bob Carlisle, "Cat's in the Cradle" by Harry Chapin, and "Born to be Wild" by Steppenwolf.
  • If you are certain of the baby's gender and want to announce it on the baby shower, you can play songs that can give hints to the guests. Examples include "Beautiful Boy" by John Lennon, "Daughters" by John Mayer, "In My Daughter's Eyes" by Martina McBride, "Isn't she Lovely" by Stevie Wonder, "My Girl" by The Temptations, and "Sweet Baby James" by James Taylor. Aside from blatantly hinting your baby's gender, you can also play songs that portray a gender's feeling or emotion.
  • If you want the gender to be a surprise, just play classical songs or nursery rhymes. This is probably the easiest technique if you have run out of ideas.
  • Another easy technique is to make use of songs with the word "baby" in them. If you want, you can even make this a game for your visitors. You can tell them to count how many times the word baby was mentioned on one song.

Coming up with a baby shower music is no easy deed. You have to have patience and diligence. I know you will be able to pull up something as difficult as this. Good luck and have fun. Anyhow, you can visit sites that specialize in baby shower music if you want more information about this topic. You can share this article with others too.