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First Communion, Baptism, and Confirmation Invitations or Announcements {Free}

First Communion Preparation and Printable Patterns eBook

I’m so excited for this little project that I’ve been working on recently — free downloads of First Communion, Baptism, and Confirmation invitations (or announcements)!  Honestly, it started as a project for free First Communion invitations, but then I made a couple that were specifically Baptism invitations as well.  And then, when I finished them up, I realized that some were also perfect as Confirmation invitations or announcements.

Yes, that’s right — these First Communion invitations are available for free to download and personalize!  Well, for the most part, anyway, but I’ll get to that.

You see, I really liked a few graphics that I saw and wanted to make some First Communion invitations/announcements with them too.  But, the agreement for me to purchase the graphics is that I can’t give them away (or sell them) as a blank invitation.

So, for those options, I have the option that if you love them, you can pay me $15.00 and give me the information that you want on the invitation/announcement.  I’ll create it and send you a .jpg or .pdf file (your choice) for you to have printed.  Likewise, if you want one of the free ones, but you just don’t feel like doing the personalizing yourself, I can do those for $15.00 too.

How to Download and Use Your Free First Communion Invitations

Just scroll down, find the card that you like best, and click the download link.  It will come up with a .jpg file.  Just right click to save the file to your computer.

You will then need some type of software that will allow you to add words to a jpg file.  Some examples: Photoshop, Photoshop Elements, Corel Paintshop Pro, PrintMaster, Gimp (free), Paint (found in “Accessories” of many computers), and any other program or software that will allow you to add text to a jpg file.

Like I already mentioned, if you love the invitations, but this particular part of it worries you, you can hire me to add your text to the announcement or invitation, even if it’s one of the free ones.  After I customize it for you, I’ll just email the file directly to you.

How to Get Your First Communion Invitations Printed

Once you have your customized invitation (or announcement) ready, you can have them printed as photographs wherever you like having your photographs developed.  Although I usually use a professional photo lab, I would suggest online sites like Winkflash (which even has a sign up bonus) or Shutterfly (also has a sign up bonus).

If this part also freaks you out, you can contact me for a quote as to how much it would cost for me to get them printed through my professional lab and send them (with envelopes) to you.

Limitations to Using These First Communion Invitations

Please remember that I have taken my time to share these with you for free.  (Well, except for those ones that I wasn’t allowed to, but even those are inexpensive.)  I even decided not to put my web address anywhere on them because I just didn’t want to mark them up like that.

Because of all this, these invitations/announcements are available for personal use only.  You may not sell them or redistribute them (even for free) in anyway.  You also may not claim them as your own creation.

If you think people would like them, then you just need to send them here to download them (feel free to share the post via Pinterest, Facebook, and Twitter well — there are social media buttons at the end of this post).  Using these for anything other than personal use is not only illegal and breaking copyright law, but it’s just not nice.  Thanks so much!

 Free First Communion, Baptism, and Confirmation Downloads

First Communion Invitation - Color Blocked in Blue

(Download this Blank Blue Color Blocked First Communion Invitation – Invitation is 4″ x 6″)

(Download this Blank Blue Color Blocked Baptism Invitation – Invitation is 4″ x 6″ and says Baptism instead of First Holy Communion)

Free First Communion Color Blocked Invitation in Pink

(Download this Blank Pink Color Blocked First Communion Invitation – Invitation is 4″ x 6″)

(Download this Blank Pink Color Blocked Baptism Invitation – Invitation is 4″ x 6″ and says Baptism instead of First Holy Communion)

Free First Communion Rosary Invitation

(Download this First Communion Invitation – perfect for First Communion, Baptism, or Confirmation – Invitation size – 5″ x 7″)

First Communion, Baptism, or Confirmation Invitation in Blue

(Download this Simple Cross Design Invitation in Blue for First Communion, Baptism, and Confirmation – Card is 5″ x 7″)

Simple Cross Design Invitation in Pink

(Download this Simple Cross Design Invitation in Pink for First Communion, Baptism, and Confirmation – Card is 5″ x 7″)

Cross and Flowers Card in Solid Pink

(Download this invitation perfect for First Communion, Baptism, or Confirmation – Background is Solid Pink; Invitation is 5″ x 7″)

Cross and Flower Invitation with Gradiant Background

(Download this invitation perfect for First Communion, Baptism, or Confirmation – Background is a Gradient Pink to White; Invitation is 5″ x 7″)

Prayer Candles Confirmation Invitation

(Download this candle invitation, which is perfect for Confirmation, First Communion, and Baptism – Invitation is 5″ x 7″)

Christ Be Our Light Prayer Candle Invitation

(Download this candle invitation with “Christ Be Our Light” on the side, which is perfect for Confirmation, First Communion, and Baptism – Invitation is 5″ x 7″)

If you need customization help (adding in your text [can be done in different fonts] or changing a color [available with many of the invitations]), just click to pay $15.00 through Paypal:

First Communion Invitations and Announcements Available For Customization

These are the ones that I am not legally allowed to offer as blanks for people to customize on their own.  However, you can pay me $15 for my time to customize the words and colors (of the background and/or the graphics), and then I’ll email it to you directly.

If you want one of these below, you’ll need to check out with this button and then I’ll email you for your invitation or announcement information:

Available invitation and announcements (with First Communion kids, Rosaries, and Chalices):

Pink Color Blocked First Communion Invitation with First Communion Girl

First Communion Invitation in Color Blocked Blue with First Communion Boy

Blue First Communion Boy Invitation

First Communion Chalice Invitation in Blue

First Communion Rosary Invitation in Blue

First Communion Girl Invitation in Pink

First Communion Rosary Invitation in Pink

First Communion Chalice Invitation in Pink

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I hope that you enjoy your invitations, and that (perhaps) it saved you a little bit of money.  If you plan to use one of the invitations, I would love it if you would leave me a comment on this post.  It’s not required, but would definitely be enjoyed!

{Make sure to check out my newer free printable invitations and announcements from February 2013.}

Again – feel free to use these, but they are for personal use only.  If you know of people who would enjoy these free invitations/announcements, be sure to send them here to Many Little Blessings!

If you are looking for more resources for all aspects of your First Communion preparations (from First Communion banners to homemade First Communion themed cakes and so, so much more), check out my First Communion Resource page.



Comments

  1. These look really pretty. I love thinking about First Communion because it always brings spring to mind–both in nature, and in our Catholic religion! :)

  2. Angie . . . these are just gorgeous! I know you put sooo much work into them!

  3. Jessica says:

    Used the color block pink baptism invitation for invitations to my daughter’s baptism! Cost to have them printed as matte 4×6 “photos” at Costco was less than $5! Can’t beat that for custom printed invitations!

  4. Paulette Kimm says:

    Hi! Love your invitations! We will be celebrating our daughters First Holy Communion next year, however most of our live too far away (we’re military) to attend. Do you have announcements instead of invitations? Or a suggestion for the wording for an announcement? I’ve always heard a wedding invitation =gift, an announcement after is sharing the exciting news, but no gift expected. Is it rude to send an invitation knowing someone can’t attend?

    • Paulette –

      Sorry, I’ve been swamped this month. Did you figure out a work around?

      Most of the invitations on the downloads are mostly blank. So, you could easily make them announcements instead of invitations.

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