Unique First Communion Invitations

Thursday, February 10, 2011

Unique First Communion Invitations
With the approaching springtime, many children will receive their First Holy Communion in the coming months.  This is a joyous occasion for family, friends, and the church community.  The First Communion is a monumental time in our lives, establishing our connection with Christ and the Church.  To help facilitate your planning process, I am pleased to recommend Communion invitations from Storkie Express.
Storkie has been helping families for over 20 years with unique, custom-printed invitations and cards.  They are committed to providing high quality stationery at affordable prices, and a fantastic customer experience.  Storkie also has the best selection of First Communion announcements around, with over 400 different designs to choose from.  I was super impressed with their turnaround time, most orders ship within 1-2 days; so whether you are getting an early start or are down to the last minute, you can easily get custom invites out quickly.

Here are a few of my favorite girl Communion invitations:
And here are a few of my favorite Communion invitations for boys:

In addition to a wonderful selection of invitations and announcements, Storkie also has the best selection of Communion thank you cards – so your son or daughter can thank guests for attending the First Communion ceremony or celebration of this special event.  Perfect as general social stationery, personalized notecards are always nice to have and I’m sure your child will feel very special with their name printed on the cards.
Let me be the first to wish you and your family congratulations!  On behalf of our entire community, we look forward to welcoming your child into the family of Christ.


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