First communion party favors

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First communion party favors
First Communion symbolises a time of spiritual gifts. (communion tray image by dwags from

When a child participates in First Communion, the worship community celebrates with her. Give guests who attend your child's First Communion party tokens of the day. Place a memento at each place setting that keeps the meaning of the day, your child and the guest in mind. Give gifts to help guests recall the day when they pray and as they journey through their days. Experience the satisfaction that comes from tying every aspect of the day together in a seamless whole.

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Daily Reminders

Guests may appreciate First Communion party gifts to remind them of their priorities throughout the day. Make your party gift memorable and useful. Give your guests a key chain in the shape of a cross emblazoned with a guardian angel.

For Light and for Prayers

Give First Communion party guests gifts to enhance their prayer lives. Lay a glass votive candle holder etched with a silver cross. Drape a rosary around the candle. Give guests a small pamphlet with instructions for reciting the Holy Rosary.

Favour Bags

Fill small pastel-coloured bags with communion-related items. Place a personalised cookie frosted with the celebrant's name. Add a mint tin decorated with a dove and a miniature glass frame with a picture of your communicant inserted. Tie the top of the favour bag with a ribbon attached to a small crucifix.


Rite-of-passage events like a child's First Communion deserve to be recorded and the images treasured. Give each guest a miniature photo album. Tell your party guests you will send each of them 12 pictures of your child's First Communion and of the gathering afterward.

Party Favor Cake

Offer your guests First Communion party favours from an original favour cake. Order a single-tier to multi-tier party favour cake make of small boxes. Place a cross on a silver chain in each box. Place the cake on a table near the entry door. Ask each guests to select a box from the cake as they arrive at the party.

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