Category Archives: Baptism

Baptism Ceremony Planning

Tweet Baptisms and Christenings are times for great joy and a wonderful reason to have a party. Make sure you start your party off right with the perfect Baptism invitation or Christening invitation. While this is a time of celebration, it can be awkward if you don’t know the proper etiquette for these occasions. Baptism […]
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Baptism Invitations and Baptism Facts

Tweet Infant baptism usually occurs around one month of age and is often the first major event in a baby’s life. It is important to choose invitations that reflect the significance of this blessed event. What is Baptism? Baptism is one of two holy sacraments in the Christian church, the other being communion. Baptism is […]
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Baptism Invitation Trends and Fashions

Tweet Baptism is often your baby’s first major event. Although it is hard to go wrong with baptism invitations, there are some popular trends that will give your baby’s baptism some flair. What to Include in the Baptism Invitation Baptism invitations are sent to celebrate giving your child to God and officially introduce your baby […]
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Planning a Beautiful Baptismal Ceremony

Tweet A baptism or christening is a traditional ceremony amongst many Christian denominations. People of Catholic, Protestant, Anglican, Lutheran and other related faiths choose to celebrate their baby’s baptism with close friends, family and church acquaintances. What is a Baptism? The actual proceedings of the baptism can vary from faith to faith, but the idea […]
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The Significance of Baptism Invitations

Tweet Baptism is extremely important in Christianity, and when performed with an infant, is that baby’s first direct exposure to religion. To commemorate this milestone, parents often invite family and friends to a baptism celebration following the ceremony. Infant vs. Adult Baptism Infant baptism is still practiced by several denominations, namely Catholics, Lutherans and Anglicans. […]
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Successful Mixed Religion Baby Celebrations

Tweet While a baby celebration should be a time of joy and happiness, many parents of mixed faiths find themselves fretting over the event. In families with strong religious beliefs, they may be concerned about offending one side of the family or the other. There is no one-size-fits-all solution to this problem; parents must decide […]
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Unique Baptism Gifts to Create Memorable Keepsakes

Tweet Baptism and christening are words often used interchangeably, usually depending on the denomination of the parents. No matter what label the ceremony is given, the purpose is usually the same: to bless and welcome the baby into Christianity witnessed by his or her Christian family. Purpose of a Christening A christening, traditionally, was simply […]
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Baptism Thank You Card Ideas and Etiquette

Tweet When hosting any event that involves inviting guests and receiving gifts, it is inevitable that thank you cards will follow – and a baptism is no different. Who Should Receive a Baptism Thank You Card Everyone who attends your baptism gathering needs to receive a thank you card. It is important to acknowledge the […]
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Your Child’s First Communion

Tweet First Communion is a sacred Roman Catholic ceremony for children of about 7 or 8 years of age. If your child was not baptized in infancy, they will be baptized shortly before their First Communion. This is the time in a child’s life when the Church recognizes that they have reached the age of […]
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