What customers have to say about our Baptism Invitations
January 23, 2019
"Exactly what we were looking for in an invitation for our son's baptism. The paper and print quality was fantastic!"
January 5, 2019
Beautiful quality cards
"I love these cards and have ordered many over the years. The paper is very nice and heavy for both the cards and envelopes."
December 27, 2018
"Just PERFECT as to what I wanted... Brilliantly depicted. Graciously received..."
December 23, 2018
This website for placing a simple card order is the worst.
"Impossible. All the other reviews that express frustration with using the Shutterfly website are correct. It is worse than frustrating."
December 18, 2018
Turned out great!
"These invites turned out great. I would definitely recommend!"
Create Your Own Customized Girl Baptism Invitations
While many baptisms take place when your child is a baby, here at Shutterfly we know that not everyone does things the same way. That’s why we allow you to personalize your girl baptism invitations to better fit your needs. You can include a picture of the guest of honor, change the font and choose a color scheme to make sure your card is fitting for your child’s age. You could even use these invitations for an adult baptism. No matter what circumstances the baptism is under, you may want to follow these tips as you create your invitations for the ceremony and/or the baptismal celebration.
Include Pertinent Information
Invitations, no matter what they are for, need to inform the reader. We recommend that you include:
The name of the little one getting baptized
The date and time of the baptism
The name and address of the church
The location and time of the party, if different from the church
The status of food and drinks
Your goal as you create the invitations should be to ensure your guests will be able to properly prepare for the day. For example, if you do not want presents, you may want to include the line, ‘No presents necessary.’ The exact content you include may vary based on whether you are inviting people to the ceremony or only the celebration. While the invitation itself can become a keepsake, you can make it even more commemorative by adding a special Bible verse or quote.
Focus on the Style
Once you have the core of the invitation figured out, you can start to focus on the fun stuff. Here at Shutterfly, we have a lot of design options and layouts for you to choose from. Do you like the look of a rounded card? Your invitation, depending on the designer, may come in square, bracket, ticket, scallop or rounded trim. As you focus on style, you can choose a color scheme, pick a paper type and add photos to make the girl baptism invitations truly your own.
Think About Other Elements
While making the invitation is important, you need to prepare for other aspects of the baptism as well. For example, if you are throwing a baptismal party, you may need to do the following:
Get the materials needed to send out your invitations.