20 Sizzling 4th of July Pregnancy Announcements
Proud Americana meets joyful baby news when you announce a pregnancy on or around July Fourth. Share word of your firecracker-on-the-way with a red, white, and cute announcement that’s perfect for social media and framing (or in some cases, revealing at a July 4th party!).
From fireworks to flags, all-American snacks to family beach photos, there’s lots of sweet inspiration out there for a 4th of July pregnancy announcement. Buy a digital flatlay and share your news in a few clicks, or stage a memorable photo shoot with your favorite people to spread the word. Once you’ve nailed your pic, add a punny caption, like “Red, White, and Due,” “Stars, Stripes, and Sleepless Nights,” or “Expecting a Firecracker” to add some seasonal sizzle to your Independence Day baby announcement. Here are our favorite 4th of July pregnancy announcements!
Flashy 4th of July Pregnancy Announcement Flat-Lay
The mirror balls, light-up letters, and star-spangled shoesies make this July 4th pregnancy announcement stand out.
4th of July Pregnancy Announcement Tee
Nothing says “Baby News” like a t-shirt that tells the world there’s a bump on board. Wear this to your 4th festivities and have fun seeing how long it takes for everyone to get it! You can also pose in a photo with this tee on, to make your social media announcement simple yet sweet. (Check out more pregnancy announcement tees!)
Minimalist 4th of July Baby Announcement Flat-Lay
An understated pregnancy announcement template is perfect for the minimalist parents-to-be. The white background and neutral toy and letters match your go-to aesthetic while little pops of red, white, and blue add a seasonal touch.
Star-Spangled Baby Bump Pregnancy Announcement
The proudest patriotic families will love this July 4th announcement idea that combines a baby bump with the flag for a truly beautiful shot.
Red, White & … Balloons 4th of July Announcement
Is there any occasion that isn’t more festive with balloons? Blow up a few and you can keep the rest of the props to a minimum for a fresh and modern baby announcement this Fourth.
Pool Party 4th of July Pregnancy Announcement
If you’re bumpin’ by the pool, you may as well wave those flags and show off an ultrasound pic. You’ll treasure the photos for years to come!
Flag-Happy Pregnancy Announcement Flatlay
Is there any such thing as too many American flags? Not for a patriotic pregnancy announcement! We’re loving the old-school Americana on display with this digital download.
July 4th Pregnancy Announcement Card
Sending a card by snail mail might seem outdated, but we promise that if you go this route, tears of joy will erupt when it’s opened by those you hold near and dear. (See more pregnancy announcement cards!)
American Flag Flip Flop Pregnancy Announcement
What all-American baby’s wardrobe would be complete without a pair of patriotic shoes? To the beach or wherever your July 4 plans take you, pack these cuties and snap a pic!
Patriotic Bassinet 4th of July Pregnancy Announcement
Place a few patriotic pops inside your bassinet or SNOO and you’ll have a firecracker of a photo opp. The one shown here is a digital download you can purchase; or recreate a similar aesthetic at home with found flags and accessories.
Big Sibling 4th of July Pregnancy Announcement
Show off the big sis- or bro-to-be with a custom chalkboard announcement decked out in red, white, and blue with firework motifs. A patriotic outfit for your little prince or princess finishes off the look. (Peep more big sib pregnancy announcements!)
Patriotic Military-Themed 4th of July Pregnancy Announcement
If you’re a military family, this July 4th pregnancy announcement offers the perfect combination of meaning, humor, and style.
Subdued 4th of July Pregnancy Announcement
When you want those all-American vibes but a softer look for Baby, this patriotic pregnancy announcement is the route to take. We love all the precious details here, and a vintage-inspired feel thanks to the paler colors.
“Explosive” 4th of July Pregnancy Announcement
Who doesn't like a little holiday play on words? This idea is cheeky and adorable, whether on a letterboard or spelled out in the caption of your July 4th pregnancy announcement.
Big Sis Firecracker Pregnancy Announcement Tee
Pump up your biggest firecracker with a firstborn tee they’ll love. It’s always fun to throw a shirt like this on your kids and ask Grandma or Grandpa to get them changed into their swimsuit—brace for shrieks of joy once they’ve read it!
Neutral Flag 4th of July Pregnancy Announcement
Even in the presence of red, white, and blue, some modern mamas and dads really just live for that neutral aesthetic. Your prayers are answered with this creamy announcement featuring the palest pop of flag for this time of year. (But psst! Sleepless nights aren’t inevitable…check out SNOO, the only baby bed proven to add an hour of sleep a night on average!)
4th of July Pregnancy Announcement Cookies
Serve these at your July 4th shindig for a firework effect at dessert time. They’re also beautiful enough to be your social media announcement with a close-cropped photo of them on a plate, or better yet with Mama staged to take a bite!
Sparkler 4th of July Pregnancy Announcement
Spell it out in sparklers! This is such a pretty way to make your news known this 4th of July.
4th of July Pregnancy Announcement Cracker
Send these little cuties to your closest friends or family members for the best happy mail they’ve received—maybe ever!
Due with #2 July 4th Announcement
Aw! A little poem and some shiny July 4th accessories are a starlit way to announce you’ve got a little cutie on the way.
More Pregnancy Announcement Ideas:
- DIY Pregnancy Announcements
- Joyful Pregnancy Announcement Gifts
- Adorable Pregnancy Announcement Onesies
- Pregnancy Announcement Templates
- When to Announce a Pregnancy
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