Baptism Invitations, Thank You Cards and More
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Unique Christening and Baptism Invitations from Tiny Prints
Celebrating the baptism of your baby is a monumental event, it's just as big as their 1st birthday. The baptism will be listed in their baby book as a milestone and the invitation will be saved as a keepsake, thus making the invitation selection an important process. Tiny Prints has a large array of baptism invitations, ranging from non-photo baptism invitations to invitations with photo placement options. When ordering your baptism invitations adding your child's photo gives it a nice personal touch. In some occurrences the baptism is the first time friends or distance relatives will meet your newborn baby and by adding the photo to the baptism invitation you are filling them with excitement to see the adorable little one in person. You can keep it simple by just adding the baby's headshot or newborn hospital photo. However some parents will even have professional photos taken in celebration of the baptism and add more than one photo to the invitation displaying a collage of sorts.
Choose Elegant Designs and Colors to Personalize Your Baptism Invitations
Nothing says baby better than soft pastels. The baptism invitations come in a wide selection of colors, including but not limited to blue, pink and yellow. On the non-photo baptism invitations a nice religious symbol as the main image clearly displays the message. Among the most popular designs are the cross, Christian fish symbol, christening gown and a monogram of the child's last name. The word Baptism displayed across the top of the invitation is another great choice.
Make it a Special Baptism for your Child
A baptism is a meaningful event. Most parents have a favorite bible verse they can quote. Adding a bible verse to the baptism invitations is a way to tie in direct personal emotions to your invitations. Remember, you'll keep a copy of this invitation in your child's baby book for them to look back on in the future. Making it as personal as possible gives them a glimpse back on how you felt on their big day.