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If you’re trying to plan the perfect baptism, we’re ready to help. Our selection of blue baptism invitations can help you welcome friends and family as you celebrate this special day. Start out the planning process on the right foot with a beautiful customized invitation.
A baptism is a very important day for adherents of a wide variety of Christian denominations. For a majority of Christians, the baptism is performed shortly after birth and may coincide with the christening or naming of the baby. In some cases, a baptism invitation may double as a birth announcement, and a baptism party is both a celebration of faith and of new life. While many baptism invitations are designed with babies in mind, some may also be suitable for older children.
Our invitations are an excellent way to welcome your friends and family to participate in this special day. These blue designs come in a variety of different styles, ranging from traditional monograms to whimsical doodles. Many different shades of blue are available, whether you prefer teal, sky, navy, or periwinkle. The color blue is traditionally associated with baby boys and is an excellent way to introduce your child to the world—particularly when it comes to gender neutral names such as Jordan or Taylor.
There are a number of different ways in which you can customize your baptism invitations. Once you’ve picked a design, format, and size, you can choose what kind of paper you want the invitation printed on and what type of trim you desire for the edges. Another excellent option is to personalize the text and photo on the card. Show everyone your unique bundle of joy with a variety of customization options.
Obviously, if you choose one of our many cards that have space for a photo or two, you’ll want to pick out the best pictures you have to represent your newborn. For a single picture, you might want to go with an up-close shot that emphasizes the baby’s face; if you choose to include multiple pictures, you might also want to include pictures of your newborn in a variety of positions, or even a shot of the whole family together. You may also consider experimenting with using black and white versus colored photos, or even pictures with sepia tones. Shutterfly provides advice on how and when to take newborn photos.
At Shutterfly, we want to help you make the process of sending out invitations as easy as possible, which is why we offer special options such as rush shipping or even direct mailing. Get started today by browsing our range of blue baptism invitations.