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First Communion Party Guide
Free Printable Invitations & Placename Cards

Fancy up the table with these free printable party invitations to match a First Communion Theme celebration.  On a budget?  Instantly print these free printable invitations. Plus, enjoy the party invitation ideas to make your event extra special.

A First Communion celebration marks an important milestone in the life of a young Catholic person. Make any First Communion even more memorable with the addition of some impressive and lovely invitations. One should be open to exploring all sorts of options that stay the general course.

Personalized Invitations
For starters, put a plan together before moving along. Personalized Invitations for a First Communion celebration would be the perfect finishing touch to this highly spiritual celebration. This personal invite could bear a photo of the child being honored, preferably holding a Bible or rosary beads while standing in a church setting. These invites also could come complete with the names of the child and his/her parents, the date, time and place of the First Communion event, etc. There are other things to consider that will be unique to each individuals needs.

Stock Invitations
Stock Invitations for a First Communion should be printed on high quality paper, in reverent and gleaming hues such as ivory, gold, silver and lavender. The high resolution images captured on the front of this invite could portray churches, crosses, Rosary beads, Communion wafers, and other relevant—and reverent—symbols. All script printed on these invites should be flowing and formal, as would befit any important occasion; it might be best applied with the help of a calligraphy pen, or in a particularly elegant typeface.

Creative Invitation Ideas
Creative Invitation Ideas for a First Communion party should be imaginative but respectful in tone; one invite might take the shape and likeness of a cross or Bible, or perhaps even a Communion wafer. These invites could open to reveal all pertinent details of the party, such as time, date, place, what to bring, dress requirements, etc. Also consider exploring the different possibilities when thinking about this part of the process. One last thing spend a little creative time working on ideas that will keep the guests interested. A poker table in the corner will keep the men, and some ladies, busy for hours. Put your best foot forward in your event planning, and don't forget to have fun! A poker table in the corner will keep the men, and some ladies, busy for hours.

Instantly print First Communion theme matching placename cards to use on the dinner table or the buffet table. Even the most casual events will be ahhhhh'd by your friends with these amazing freebies!

First Communion Placename Cards
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QUICK TIPS
Keep your eye on the fun! Start the event weeks, even months in some cases, in advance with the organization. Create the shopping lists, food list (from the menu), supplies list and miscellaneous. Try not to do anything on the day of the festivities that is not necessary (especially errands). You create the fun so introduce the guests to each other even if they 'kind of' know each other. Have a few First Communion conversation starters memorized from our guide. Play appropriate music in the background also in this guide. Tie the whole celebration together and save money by using this guide.

Start of the festivities budget minded! No need to have a contest on who can spend the most... so set the trend. Pick and choose wisely where to spend your dollars.
First Communion Printable Invitation
Free Printable First Communion Invitations

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