Valentine's Day is all about love, which makes it the perfect time to announce your newest main squeeze: Your baby-to-be! Valentine’s Day pregnancy announcements use the swoon-worthy details of this lovey-dovey holiday to share the big news. Here are 10 Valentine's Day pregnancy announcements that pack a whole lotta love...while still being simple enough to execute IRL.

Letter Board Valentine’s Day Pregnancy Announcement

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This is a cute Valentine’s Day pregnancy announcement idea that blends the adorable letter board trend with the sweetness of the holiday. Create your own poem or baby booties to add a personal flair. (The one pictured is actually a digital version you can customize for $10 on Etsy—and you can browse more pregnancy announcements here!) 

Sweetheart Valentine’s Day Pregnancy Announcement

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These heart-shaped candies are a quintessential part of Valentine’s why not use them for your pregnancy announcement? Get creative with the candies to announce the date and even add other details for friends and family to celebrate.

Roses Are Red…Valentine’s Day Baby Announcement

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How adorable is this Valentine’s Day pregnancy announcement? Share a sweet photo of you and your partner holding hands with the world’s oldest love poem helping to share the big news. Add some sweet touches like baby clothes or a rattle to make it even more personal.

Simple Valentine’s Day Pregnancy Announcement

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If you prefer a simply elegant way to approach a Valentine’s Day pregnancy announcement, this might be just the ticket. With some chalk, a pair of baby shoes, and the exciting news spelled out in a simple line, you can surprise your friends and family.

Bun in the Oven Valentine’s Day Pregnancy Announcement

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Got something sweet cooking? This baking-meets-baby pregnancy announcement is a real treat. Make it even more special by tying it to a family recipe. 

Box of Chocolates Valentine’s Day Baby Announcement

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Life is like a box of chocolates, or so so the saying goes. Share your big baby news in a box of treats! Talk about a sweet surprise. 

Balloon Valentine’s Day Baby Announcement


Balloons are such a fun way to celebrate amazing news like a pregnancy announcement. Grab a bunch of shiny red ones along with your ultrasound images and start snapping pics.

Valentine Pregnancy Announcement Onesie

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There are so many adorable Valentine’s Day baby announcement onesies out there! Go ahead and use one to be the backdrop for your big news. With a few simple embellishments, you can create a lovely announcement that'll surely send the hearts of friends and family fluttering.

Shoes in Hand Valentine’s Day Baby Announcement

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There is something so sweet and poignant about baby shoes. This idea for a photoshoot just exudes love and excitement, perfect for a Valentine’s Day pregnancy announcement.

Valentine’s Day Pregnancy Announcement Love Poem

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Think beyond the old favorite “roses are red, violets are blue” poem. This adorably modern take on a classic rhyme might be just what cupid ordered. Plus, you can frame this Valentine’s Day baby announcement and hang it in the nursery later! 

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About Jenny Studenroth Gerson

Jenny Studenroth Gerson is an Atlanta-based lifestyle journalist and novelist (Let Me Let You Go, 2020). Her work can be seen in publications including HuffPost, Cosmo, and WSJ, among many others. Jenny has researched thousands of baby names, combed through hundreds of nursery designs, and curated dozens of baby shower guides, making her absolutely the mom—and writer—you want to talk to when planning for Baby. When not meeting deadlines, she is chasing toddlers or chugging coffee—or both! Find her on Instagram @ourlifeinrosegold for mom hacks and more.

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