But what about lesbian couples? Any thoughts? Just my two cents. Is there any issue around shortage of space in the shower? If not, inviting her would probably build up a lot of good will!
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Lesbian and Gay Baby Shower Ideas
My MOH and bridesmaid are planning to throw me a girls-only bridal shower no men, other than my 2. I have a few gay female friends, who are either married to their partners, or in long-term domestic partnerships. Do I invite their partners to the bridal shower as well, even though I am closer to one person of the couple? This is an odd situation, since I am not inviting male partners of my female friends. But does etiquette dictate that female partners should be invited to the bridal shower, since they are female and married to my friends who are on the invite list?
Bridal shower invitation etiquette for lesbian partners?
You may think your question is innocent enough, but here's why these inquiries are insensitive toward gay parents. When my partner and I started telling our friends and families that we were going to have a baby, everyone was happy and excited for us. We were the only same-sex couple in our extended family and in our immediate circle of friends, as is often the case with gay people, so everyone had a lot of questions. Although people asked really insightful and thoughtful questions about our future family, we also heard some that left us scratching our heads. Here are the 10 questions I hope I never have to answer again, and the reasons why.
Baby showers are all about welcoming a new child into the world, no matter by what means he or she was brought into it or what the sexual orientation of the parents are. So, the lesbian and gay baby showers are planned along the same lines. You can actually use a lot of the articles in this website to bring the shower into fruition!