Free Religious Invitation Announcement Stationery Cards

Free Religious Invitation Announcement Stationery Cards

Religious Invitations and Announcements for Every Rite of Passage Customized religious invitation announcement stationery cards are often shared when inviting friends and announcing a religious rite of passage. The better religious stationery websites offer an assortment of unique religious invitation designs for: Baptism; Bar & Bat Mitzvah; Christening’; Confirmation & Dedication; First Holy Communion; Hanukkah; and, of course matching religion thank you note cards. These religion invites are designed with appropriate religious symbols and color schemes. Regardless of the religious rite you are planning to celebrate, it is easy to find unique stationery to invite guests and to commemorate the […]

Posted on June 19th, 2015 | no comments read more >

Confirmation Invitations and Ceremony Celebration Details

Confirmation Invitations and Ceremony Celebration Details

What to Expect at Religious Confirmation Ceremony and Finding Celebration Invitations In the western church cultures, the bishop typically administers the sacrament. To begin the Confirmation ceremony there is a general imposition of hands, as the bishop prays that the Ghost may come down upon those who have already experienced regenerated. Next, he will anoint the forehead of each with chrism saying the words, ‘I sign thee with the sign of the cross and confirm thee with the chrism of salvation, in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Ghost’. And finally, he gives each […]

Posted on March 13th, 2015 | no comments read more >

Free Religious Confirmation Dedication Ceremony Invitations

Free Religious Confirmation Dedication Ceremony Invitations

Celebrate Your Confirmation and Dedication with Popular Custom Religious Invitations Celebrating and participating in the holy sacrament of Confirmation is truly a special blessing and time in the life of any young person. A Dedication religious ceremony is when believing parents commitment, before God, to submit their young child to God’s will, and that they will raise him according to God’s Will, Word, and Ways. Since both the Confirmation and Dedication ceremonies are so important, you’ll definitely want to find an appropriate and popular gallery of stylish religious Confirmation invitation designs and popular Dedication invitations to customize and share this […]

Posted on March 11th, 2015 | no comments read more >

Create Baptism Invitations to Impress and as a Keepsake

Create Baptism Invitations to Impress and as a Keepsake

Creating Unique Baptism Invitations to Impress Your Guests & as a Keepsake Celebrating a Baptism for anyone, especially your precious baby, is a monumental occasion. His religious Baptism will likely be listed in his baby book as a milestone, and the Baptism invitation should also be included in his book as a keepsake, which makes your invitations for Baptism even more significant and important. There are a few really good specialty religious invitation announcement stationery cards websites like, InvitationsByU.com, that maintain a large assortment and collection Baptismal invitations. These invite cards range from religious symbols designs and themes to Baptism […]

Posted on March 10th, 2015 | no comments read more >

Popular Mitzvah Invitations for Boy Bar & Girl Bat Event

Popular Mitzvah Invitations for Boy Bar & Girl Bat Event

Planning Your Mitzvah Invitations for Bar and Bat Party & Celebration Your unique and custom Mitzvah invitations announces when your child has reached a milestone in his or her life. In Jewish religious traditions, your child as they approach that age, is viewed as more ethically responsible. Since this is a momentous occasion, all parents will definitely want the celebration they plan to be perfect in every way and totally memorable. Hosting a unique Bar Mitzvah, for your son, or Bat Mitzvah, for your daughter, is much easier if you devote a little time to planning, like shopping with religious […]

Posted on March 6th, 2015 | no comments read more >

Elegant First Communion Invitation Cards for Holy Communion

Elegant First Communion Invitation Cards for Holy Communion

Ensure Your Custom Invitations for 1st Holy Communion Ceremony are Totally Unique The ceremony for First Communion is a Catholic, Lutheran, and Protestant religious tradition when a child receives his first Holy Eucharist. Generally, these children are between seven and eight years old at the time they receive their 1st Holy Communion. A First Holy Communion deserves, and certainly should be, celebrated in style, which is why some religious invitation announcement stationery websites like InvitationsByU.com offer a wide array of stylish, trendy, and popular Communion invitation cards. Their totally unique, fresh, modern, printable, and personalized invitation and announcement communion cards, […]

Posted on March 5th, 2015 | no comments read more >

Help With Your Baptism Party Invitations and Ceremony

Help With Your Baptism Party Invitations and Ceremony

Lots of Creative Ideas for Planning Your Baptism Ceremony and Party Invitations A Baptism is a very special religious occasion, both for the person being baptized and the parents, if an infant, baby, or child. It’s a time to welcome a new baby, child, or adult into the family faith. The party celebration that usually follows the Baptismal ceremony is an ideal time for celebrating the new life, tradition, and the circle of friends and family. Your baptism party invitations should be appropriately respectful of the event it honors, but the invitation wordings for Baptism should also reflect the time […]

Posted on March 7th, 2014 | no comments read more >

Expert Help With Your Dedication Invitation Wording Etiquette

Expert Help With Your Dedication Invitation Wording Etiquette

Ensuring Your Etiquette for Dedication Invitations Wordings are Appreciated Parents planning to raise their children according to church teaching often dedicate their child in a public ceremony to affirm their commitment. The Dedication, usually a baby or young child, is a religious ceremony where the parents of the baby or young child make a commitment and promise before God and the church to raise their child in the beliefs and ways of their religion. It is the opportunity, publicly, for the parents or guardians to declare their intentions to set a godly example for their child and to teach and […]

Posted on February 9th, 2014 | no comments read more >

Best Religious Confirmation Invitation Wording Etiquette

Best Religious Confirmation Invitation Wording Etiquette

Find Lots of Help With Your Religious Confirmation Invitation Wording Etiquette A religious Confirmation is the Christian rite of a person to make a total commitment to the church after being introduced to it through a Baptism. An example of the relationship to a Confirmation and Baptism is like the Baptism is accepting a marriage proposal, while the Confirmation is the wedding. A Confirmation is usually celebrated with family members and close friends, but, according to suggested Confirmation invitations etiquette, your personalized invitation wordings should be more formal than the invite wordings of a casual party. Read on for lots […]

Posted on February 9th, 2014 | no comments read more >

Communion Invitation Wording Etiquette for Ceremonies and Celebrations

Communion Invitation Wording Etiquette for Ceremonies and Celebrations

Rely on First Communion Invitations Wordings Etiquette for Your Ceremony and Celebration First Communion ceremonies vary widely and usually include First Holy Communion as well as a Confirmation and others, depending on the faith practiced by those sponsoring the person. In all of these ceremonies children who are within a certain age and always receive the necessary instructions for the Sacrament of Communion for their first time. This is a very significant and important religious event in a child’s life and celebrated in lots of different ways by different groups and families. It is not only appropriate, but highly recommended, […]

Posted on February 8th, 2014 | no comments read more >