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.
Standard - Blue
Twin Squares - Baby Naming
Nissuin (Photo) - Glacier
Guiding Star - Blue/Millet
Magen David (Invitation) - Spring Rain
Blue Blooms (Photo)
Bandwidth - Antique Pink
Claridge (Tall) - Navy
Guiding Star (Photo) - White/Millet
Uneven Dots (Ivory with Blue)
Indented Rounded Corners (Tall) - Antique Pink
Quad - Lemon Drop
Laurel in Love - Sea Green
Full-Page Photo (Double-Sided)
Amande - Newport Blue
Square Frame - Horizontal (Blue)
Photo Spread - White
Full-Page Photo (Double-Sided) - Ivory
It’s just eight days after your little one’s arrival and you already have a party to throw. Luckily, our lovely online baby naming invitations and online bris invitations will have your relatives showering your new family with mazel tovs. You’ll find elegant and traditional Jewish baby naming invitations perfect for your brit milah or brit bat—replete with Stars of David, stately borders and typography, and maybe a few pastel pink or blue design accents. For something a bit more nursery-inspired, there are sweetly whimsical invitation options with illustrations fit for a storybook. Photo invitations with room for a snapshot of the baby are a perfect choice for any parent who can’t resist showing off a bit. New parents looking for a bit of design inspiration can also turn to Rifle Paper Co.’s celebrated floral arrangements, Mr. Boddington’s Studio’s quirky hand-drawn greenery, or Fawnsberg’s folksy illustrations for cues. And since you’re pressed not just for time, but for your catering budget, we’ve also got a few free bris invitations and baby-naming invitations to choose from, too.
Once you’ve found a brit milah or brit bat invitation template that’s perfect for your upcoming baby naming ceremony, use our online design tool to personalize the invitation details and pick out the perfect decorative finishes—new fonts, type colors, and even a matching envelope liner. Sending your online invitation and making party arrangements is as easy as digging through your email contacts. Don’t get too hung up on who to invite to your bris or baby-naming ceremony—it’s easy to add contacts on the fly. You can import them into the online address book, but you’ll also find any past guests you’ve hosted at your fingertips. Smart online RSVP tracking lets you keep an eye on not only who’s coming and who’s missing out, but who hasn’t yet opened up their invitation. You can follow up with a phone call or use our guest messaging features (including targeted reminders to non-openers and other folks who might not have dug out of their inbox).
Not sure what to say in your baby naming invitation? You’ve come to the right place: All our baby naming invitation templates come pre-worded, or you can customize them to your heart’s content. If you’d like to add Hebrew characters or need design help for any reason, you can contact our Personal Design Services team, who would be happy to assist you in making the perfect invitation for your baby 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 invitations for the baby’s first birthday. Before you know it, you’ll be looking for bar and bat mitzvah invitations.