While pregnancy announcements are always exciting, sharing the big news around Easter is eggs-tra special! Whether you play on the words 'egg' and 'hatch' or use wee chicks, bunnies, or an Easter basket in your pregnancy announcement, there is really no shortage of cute seasonal inspiration this time of year. Here, we have taken a 'crack' at rounding up the cutest Easter pregnancy announcement around. What do you think?

Big News Hatching!

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Before you share your big news with the world, consider sending a little something special to your nearest and dearest this Easter. When this beautiful custom egg is cracked, your announcement is revealed!

New Peep in Town

Easter pregnancy announcement ideas

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This cheeky letterboard idea is just about the sweetest! And those delectable Peeps can be used again for nursery decor—or another craft projects down the line once Baby has arrived. Love!

A Tail to Remember 

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Bunny bums! This minimalist Easter pregnancy announcement bodysuit could not be more precious.

Hippity Hoppity Hilarity

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Got some belly paint and a bunny costume? Then you know what to do!

Blessed Nest

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A custom 'hatching' bodysuit adds another layer of preciousness to this Easter pregnancy announcement. With or without the props, the 'blessed nest' theme is darling.

Duck, Duck…Baby!  

Easter pregnancy announcement ideas
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A tiscket, a tasket, wow, what an Easter basket! If you can score a baby duck or two, this Easter pregnancy announcement will surely be a hit!

And the Winner is…YOU!

Easter pregnancy announcement ideas

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Hosting Easter brunch? Set these super-sweet cards at each place setting. Once scratched, your pregnancy news will be revealed! Watch the fun and joy abound!

Hop To the News

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This cute preggo tee does all the talking…along with your burgeoning bump, of course!

The Golden Egg

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Wowza! This beautifully designed egg is a creative way to share your pregnancy news this Easter. While the one pictured is hand lettered on a porcelain keepsake, you can mock one up at home with an egg from your fridge and a gold pen.

The Sweetest Surprise

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How much joy can one bassinet hold? Once Baby is here, you will see for real… but until that moment, a lovely onesie is at the heart of a darling tableau announcing your pregnancy.

Sweet News 

Easter pregnancy announcement ideas
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What a perfect treat to bring to your Easter celebrations! These Easter egg-shaped pregnancy announcement cookies are too egg-citing to eat…almost.

Big Sis Bunny

Easter pregnancy announcement ideas
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When you make it about the big sister or brother, you have got an Easter pregnancy announcement they will remember forever!

Going on an Egg Hunt

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All you need is a marker and a pack of chocolate eggs to pull off this easy Easter pregnancy announcement. Wanna pump up the fun? Hide the eggs and ask your family to figure out the secret message!

Team Egg-specting!

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Complimentary (and silly) Easter pregnancy T-shirts are always fun. And if this is not your first bundle of love, consider getting announcement tees for your older children, too.

Big Sis Basket

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An Easter basket baby announcement is a truly special way to share the news…first with the big brother- or sister-to-be…and then with your friends, family, and followers if you post this snap on Insta afterward. (Learn more ways to make Easter special with your big kid.)

Tight Knit Announcement

Easter pregnancy announcement ideas
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Must love an Easter pregnancy reveal box! This one includes a lovely knit egg with a customisable message revealing your amazing news. After the big moment, slide a ribbon through the yarn to turn this into a memorable holiday ornament.

Meaning on the Season

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This pretty announcement utilises a cross as a gentle reminder of the meaning of this important holiday, while also sharing that a new little love is on the way.

Egg-citing News! 

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Subtle and sweet, show that you and yours made this Baby bump.

Great Eggs-Pectations

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Photo: @denise.bella

Booties, carrots, and baby, oh my! The itty, bitty visuals paired with the telltale  “eggspecting” makes this the perfect Easter pregnancy announcement.

Bunny Talk

Easter pregnancy announcement ideas
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You can add this instant digital download design to a card, T-shirt, sign, paper napkins, or just slap it on a photo and post it to social media. The possibilities are endless!

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