Like the definition implies - The Christian rite of admission into Christianity - the baptism is an event to prepare for. Your newborn and the whole family must be welcomed to the congregation. Invite the happy godparents and your best neigbour. The baptism invitation should be delicately designed and be kept for the rest of the life.

Start with a suitable baptism (christening) template to make a lovely first impression. Upload images (of guess who), choose the right typeface and edit. Get thumbs up from the newborn prior to sending.

Inspiration baptism invitations

Welcome little baby to the congregation. Time to get baptised. Invite not only the godparents but the rest of the family and some friends as well. And do it on online baptism invitations cards.

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Photo of baby waiting to get baptised

The baptism ceremony

The church says welcome to the child and that should be celebrated. The difficult part is which photo to upload when inviting friends and family. Start with an empty baptism invitations card and upload the picture once you’ve decided. Customise the invitation as you go along and send online or on paper. The result is a nostalgically beautiful memory of a big day.

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Christening cards

What’s your baby’s style?

You’r baby is entering a new world of friends. New godparents, fellow babies and maybe even some parishioners as well. Make sure to impress all of them with a trendy baptism invitation. Impress even more by sending it online and no need to loose time managing RVSPs. Browse the baptism templetes and decide where to start.

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Detail of cartoon baptism invitation card

What dress code?

As long as it’s white. The colours come on the invitation card. As a background or a trendy typeface. Make sure to personalise all the little details to make a statement. The photo is obviously the key to success. Choose the right one and edit all the extras afterwords. The baptism invitation, or rather the guest list, could be as intimate or expansive as you wish.

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How does the baptism card look?

View the guest experience from the christening card design to registry and accommodation links.

FAQs - Everything you need to know about POD Baptism Invitations Cards.

How do you order Baptism Invitation Cards?

With POD Paperless, you can create Baptism invitation cards online. Start with a free holy templates and design as you go along. Colours, typefaces and photos as you like. After paying online, the cards are ready to send. If you choose the print option, the order will be sent directly to your home/office address.

What does Baptism Invitation Cards online mean?

Many customers send invitations on paper and the thank you cards online. Sending Baptism invitation cards online is easy, quick and very environmently friendly.Pick up the phone, choose a template, add photos and text. Choose the contacts to invite. Pay. Send. Done.

How do I personalise the Baptism Invitation Cards to create an order?

Choose a free Baptism invitation cards template or start with an empty format. Upload photos from your phone, or from anywhere, edit text and add all the features you want. Pay with Klarna. (Payment options depending on country.) Send.

If I want to print my Baptism Invitation Cards, what paper stock is available?

All our paper stock is eco-certified (Svanen or FSC). FSC® certified paper is paper from wood that has been harvested in a responsible manner. Our standard option is Scandia 2000, white or Ivory. Go green with Kraft, 100% natural. Artic Silk is glossy and if you really want to stand out, laminate on one or two sides. You can even choose glossy or matte laminate. Our paper stock is either 200 or 300g/m2. Did we miss anything? Ask, we probably have it.

What formats are available when printing Baptism Invitation Cards?

Most common: A6. Less common: A5. Most trendy: 150x150mm. Did we mention folded Baptism invitation cards?

How do I cancel or modify an order?

Baptism invitation cards can be modified or canceled as long as production has not started. Hurry, hurry, hurry.

How do I create matching designs, e g thank you cards?

Some Baptism invitation cards have a defined set of matching products. Start with the invitation and more cards with matching design will be presented in the order process. If you upload photos, these will be saved in the editor when creating other products.

Can I print the Baptism Invitation Cards?

Yep. See previous Q&A on this page.

Can I upload print-ready files?

Absolutely. To avoid extra costs, please use one of our standard Baptism invitation cards formats (A6, A5 or 150x150mm). Remember to set a “bleed area” of 3mm, ie. the extra space for images, patterns or design elements that extend beyond the cut edges – this helps prevent having white edges around your finished card. And don’t forget to check the box for cut marks before exporting to a PDF.