Whether for a baby, child, teenager or adult, baptism is an important religious step in the Christian life. Like the baptism of Jesus by John the Baptist in the waters of the Jordan, this ceremony is a sacrament that symbolises the new life of the believer. To announce this event, you can prepare a baptism announcement..
The announcement is sent to announce this great celebration to family and friends. It also allows you to invite your loved ones to participate in the religious ceremony and to invite them to a festive moment. White tablecloths, sugared almonds, buffet or meal... all these traditions will make this baptism a unique moment.
Some tips for your baptism announcement
For your baptism announcement, we recommend using the Duo card format. Sent in a white envelope, you can personalise it with a beautiful photo of the future baptized. Perhaps you could also add a photo of the godfather and godmother you have chosen to accompany the newly baptised in their Christian life!
Don't forget to mention the place and date of the church for the celebration and the reception.
Examples of baptism announcements
Baptism announcement for a little girl
Jade and Arthur invite you to attend the baptism of their little Ellie and to come and pray with them for her entry into the Christian community, on Sunday 18 May at 11.30am in the church of St Address.
Baptism announcement for a baby
We are glad to invite you to the sacrament of Thomas' baptism which will take place in the church of St Sulpice on 12 June at 11am. After the baptism mass, we will be happy to meet you all at the lunch given in his honour. Please confirm your presence before June 1st.
Adult baptism announcement
I have decided to join the great family of Christians. I will receive the sacrament of baptism on May 25 in the Holy Family Church by Father Marie. I invite you to join me, by your presence or by prayers, for this great step in my faith.