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Introductory Wording Suggestions for

Baby’s Baptism, Christening, Dedication, Naming or Sealing Ceremony

 

Baptism, Christening, Dedication Wording Suggestions

 

This page provides introductory wording suggestions for your baby or child's spiritual ceremony and celebration as you dedicate your precious child to God.  These suggestions come as a result of many late nights and hours of creation and biblical research. They are compiled from 9 years of experience in our own invitation creations as well as our customer’s ideas and creativity.  If you are a customer, you may use these baptism, christening and dedication wording suggestions and ideas as they are, you may edit them, combine them or simply use them for inspiration to create your own custom wording for your baby’s very special day.

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Included are quotes and Scriptures as well as introductory suggestions for you to consider when creating the wording for your baby’s event.  Many people use multiple introductory lines, a quote or scripture followed by the main invitation wording.  These are your baby or child's invitations, chose what feels right to you  – they should reflect your sentiment, your beliefs, your family and your precious little angel!

 

 

Scriptures & Religious Introductions for Baptisms, Christenings, Dedications, Namings, First Holy Communions and Sealing Ceremonies:

 

"Every good and perfect gift is from above…" James 1:17

 

"Behold, children are a gift of the Lord…" Psalm 127:3

 

"Before I formed you in the womb, I knew you.  Before you were born, I set you apart…" Jeremiah 1:5

 

"I prayed for this child, and the Lord has granted what I asked of Him…" 1 Samuel 1:27

 

"Let the little children come unto Me." - Mark 10:14

 

"May the Lord give his angels charge over you, to guide you in all your ways…"

Psalm 91:11

 

"Dedicated to the Lord." Numbers 18:6

 

"I have held thee in the palm of mine hand." Isaiah 51:;16

 

"Train up your child in the way he should go, and when he is old he will not depart from it." Proverbs 22:6

 

All of God’s grace in one little face

 

From the Heavens above, God has sent us a (son, daughter, sister or brother) to love!

 

Heaven Sent…

 

We welcome with love, our gift from above…

 

We welcome with love, our tiny new blessing, a gift from above…

 

Sleep in heavenly peace…

 

God’s miracle ~ Our precious gift

 

From God’s loving arms, to ours

 

Our tiny miracle from God…

 

A baby sent from Heaven above, from God to us, a gift of love.  From angels whispers we’ve been told, (he / she) is the treasure in life to behold.

 

 

Main Invitation Wording Suggestions for Baptisms, Christenings, Decdications, Namings, First Holy Communions and Sealing ceremonies:

 

Dreams really do come true!

 

Into our hearts, into our home, we welcome

 

Joyously announcing the birth of our son / daughter:

 

Here At Last!  Proudly Introducing:

 

Our little angel has arrived!


With gratitude and love, we welcome

 

The newest addition to our family has arrived

 

A baby fills a special place within your heart, you never knew was empty.

 

We announce with joy, the arrival of our beautiful (or precious) (baby, son, daughter)

 

The world is full of wondrous joys, like the miracle of these two baby boys…

 

With hearts filled with love, we proudly introduce:

 

Born into loving arms

 

Announcing the fashionably late arrival of

 

It is our pleasure to introduce you to the newest member of the (last name ie Smith) family

 

Introducing our new bundle of joy

 

With gratitude, love, hope and joy, we announce the birth of our beautiful daughter

 

It’s A Boy!  - or - It’s A Girl!

 

Filling our arms with love and our hearts with happiness, we proudly announce the birth of our baby

 

(parents names) are the proud parents of:

 

We are delighted to announce the arrival of our precious (son / daughter)

 

With patience and love, we waited for our baby (girl / boy).  With excitement and joy, we announce (her / him) to the world.

 

Here we grow again!

 

 

Wording specifically for...for

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Wording specifically for twins & triplets  

 

Two babies sent from Heaven above, from God to us as gifts of love.  From angels whispers we’ve been told, they are the treasures in life to behold.

 

The world is full of wondrous joys, like the miracle of these two baby boys.

 

Wording specifically for Early Babies Begin Content Here

 

She/He arrived a bit early, so tiny so sweet, at last  we can say our lives are complete!

 

We couldn't wait to meet her/him, our tiny little love. So God sent her/him early, our gift from above.

 

Our new addition just couldn't wait! She/He arrived 4 weeks early, ahead of her/his date (fill in correct number of weeks).

 

Our new addition just couldn't wait! She/He arrived in our arms ahead of her/his date.

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