Roman Damask Baptism Invitation

Bordered in purple Roman damask, this baptism invitation features your baby’s name overlaid on a beautiful photo.  We can tint your own photo in sepia, as shown on this roman damask Baptism invitation design, or black & white; or we can leave your photo in fun original color. The classical damask pattern, purple & ivory colors, and the fonts are all customizable to your taste.  All of the wording is customizable too, so you can change it for a christening, baby dedication, or naming ceremony.

See more ideas & personalize this design here: Berry Photo Baptism Invitation (simply request the damask bordered design in the notes field if desired).

Roman Damask Baptism Invitation - Purple Photo Baby's

3 Responses to Roman Damask Baptism Invitation

  1. MamaDuck March 21, 2015 at 9:42 am #

    Thank you for writing to us!

    The cost for your cards will vary depending on the various combinations
    you choose, such as the exact paper choice, size, and other options. You
    can see the different prices and options at the product page: Berry Photo Baptism Invitation.

    Feel free to fill out the form, choose different options, choose your quantity, and then
    click the brown “add to request” button to see the totals. We can offer you 70 cards even
    though our website is not set up for that quantity. That will take you to
    the cart where you can view a price quote. Just delete the item from the
    cart when you are finished reviewing the price there. For a price quote,
    you can either choose 3 sets for an close estimate of 75 cards or you can
    take the price per set, divide by 25 to find the price per card, and then
    multiply that price by 70.

    When you are ready to order the cards, please fill out the form with the
    naming ceremony wording you want (we use only the wording you give us) and
    write in the Notes section that you want the cream & purple damask design

    White, unlined envelopes are complimentary with your card order.

    If you have any other questions or need help in any way, please let us
    know. Thanks for your time and have a great rest of the day!

  2. Zoe March 21, 2015 at 7:03 am #

    Hi im looking for invites for my daughters naming ceremony, i love this one could the word baptism be changed to naming ceremony and also how much would it be for 70



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