A diaper raffle is a great way to get people excited about your baby shower. It’s also an excellent way to show the guest of honor, mommy, that you care and want to help her out with all those post-baby expenses! In this blog post we’ll go over everything you need to know about how to set up a diaper raffle.
- What is a Diaper Raffle
- Supplies Needed
- How to Set Up A Diaper Raffle
- Diaper Raffle Invitation Wording
- Diaper Raffle Poem Ideas
- Diaper Raffle Prize Ideas
- Frequently Asked Questions
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What is a Diaper Raffle
A diaper raffle is a baby shower game where guests can bring a package of diapers and receive a ticket. At the party the host will raffle off prizes to whatever raffle ticket is selected.
To do a diaper raffle, all you need are:
- raffle tickets (you can make your own or you could buy some cute printable ones on Etsy like these)
- some prizes (here are some of our favorite prizes!)
- a container to put the raffle tickets in like this one
You could also set up a cute little table at the baby shower for guest to put diapers. My favorite is to put up a table cloth with streamers and balloons, along with a little container to put in raffle tickets. You want to make sure you don’t put too much on the table so there’s plenty of room for diapers!
How to Set Up A Diaper Raffle
To do a diaper raffle, mention that there will be a diaper raffle at the shower and to bring a pack of diapers
Diaper Raffle Invitation Wording
Diaper raffle invitation wording can be really simple note added to the bottom of the invitation. Encourage guests to bring multiple packs of diapers and note any specific sizes of diapers. We recommend any size except newborn size because babies grow so fast!
Diaper Raffle Poem Ideas
Diaper raffle poems don’t have to be overly complicated! A few of our favorites:
Bring a pack of diapers of any size, for a chance to win a special prize!
A pack of diapers for little old me would really help mommy and daddy to be. So please bring a pack other than newborn size for a chance to win a nice prize.
Daddy’s about to have a new duty, that’s why we need to put diapers on that booty! Enter the raffle by buying a pack or two, You could win a gift – how exciting for you!
Diaper Raffle Prize Ideas
Prizes for diaper raffles really can be anything you want and the fun part is they don’t have to be baby things! In my opinion, the best prizes are ones that can be used by all of us!
A few of my favorite prizes to give out are:
- gift baskets (filled with different candy, sweets, etc.)
- gift cards
- lottery tickets
- bottle of wine
It’s really up to you what the prize is!
- Raffle Tickets
- When sending out baby shower invitations, mention that there will be a diaper raffle and encourage guests to bring a pack (or more!) of diapers to the shower.
- At the shower, set up a table for guests to put diapers on. Have guests fill out a raffle ticket for every pack of diaper they bring.
- During the shower, draw names from the raffle tickets and raffle off prizes!
Frequently Asked Questions
How Do I Announce A Diaper Raffle?
The best way to announce a diaper raffle is in the invitation for the baby shower. You can either put a note in the invitation or even send ahead the raffle tickets. Make sure to mention if guests can bring more than one pack of diapers!
How Many Prizes Do I Need?
The amount of prizes depends on how many people will be attending
When Should I Do a Diaper Raffle?
It’s up to you when you want to hold the raffle! I’ve found the best time to hold the raffle is when gifts are being opened. This gives the guests and mom-to-be a little break from the gift opening.
What Size Diapers Should I Ask For?
I wouldn’t ask for any size on the invitation! It’s nice to get a variety of sizes so you’ll always have diapers on hand.
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If you’re planning a baby shower and want a fun activity, try setting up a diaper raffle! It’s an easy and fun way to get all the guests involved, and a perfect way to stock up on diapers!
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