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Bris and baby naming invitations

Welcome your bundle of joy into the Jewish community with a beautiful, customizable bris invitation or baby naming invitation. They're always ad-free, with RSVP-tracking included.

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Your little one has just been born—Mazel Tov! In eight short days (and long, sleep-deprived nights), you’ll host a bris ceremony (also known as a naming ceremony) to welcome your baby into the Jewish faith. Break out the bagels and lox and request the presence of your friends and family with one of our lovely online bris invitations or baby naming invitations.

What do you bring to a bris or naming ceremony?

Some Jewish couples follow the tradition of not accepting gifts before their baby is born. In this instance, anything baby-related is a fantastic gift for a naming ceremony. Receiving blankets, toys, and clothing are always favorites. Another popular bris or naming ceremony gift is a personalized present—a little trinket or ornament engraved with the baby’s name and the date of the ceremony is a thoughtful item that the family can treasure for years to come.

How to make a naming ceremony invitation

If you already have a particular invitation style in mind, you can upload your own design and start there. Or, take a look through one of our many bris and naming ceremony invitation templates. Our pre-worded cards set you up from the start with a solid foundation for a well-written naming ceremony invitation.

Once you’ve found a style you love, the customization begins. Choose a backdrop, stamp, and envelope that complements the card, and use Blocks to add all the relevant details to your digital bris invitation while keeping it beautiful and streamlined. If you’d like to add Hebrew characters or need a little extra design help, contact our Personal Design Services team.

How do you invite people to a bris ceremony?

Once you’ve finalized your design and formatting, send your online baby naming invitations or bris invitations with a few simple clicks. Begin by entering your guests’ email addresses or phone numbers. You can also share the invitation with them your way via a shareable link.

Our RSVP tracker lets you keep an eye on who’s coming as well as who hasn’t yet viewed their invitation. You can follow up using our guest messaging features, or you can send automated broadcast messages to help gather all of your RSVPs.

After the naming ceremony

You’ll have a reprieve before the next few milestones in your little one’s life, but if you just can’t wait, browse our first birthday invitations to be prepared for their next big event. And before you know it, you’ll be looking for bar and bat mitzvah invitations! Send thoughtful thank you cards to your guests after the event to show your appreciation for their attendance and any gifts they gave to celebrate your little one’s special day.