At Confirmation, a young person is accepted as a full member of the community of the Church. In a greeting card, you should honor this great event and write a congratulation with a religious character.
Here you will find examples and templates for a congratulation on confirmation and suggestions on how to formulate a personal wish.
The greeting card
A greeting card for confirmation should adorn a religious motif. The occasion is a very important sacrament and should also be appreciated. The card can be bought or made, you can trust your taste here.
Craft items can be found in stationery stores or craft stores. Perhaps you have a photo that could decorate the front of the card, possibly a sunset, a flower or a landscape shot.
The congratulations should be written directly to the young person, who is a full member of the parish after confirmation. You should not use empty phrases or ironic allusions; the event is a religious celebration and should be honored.
In any case, you should write the congratulations by hand, perhaps practicing beforehand on a blank sheet of paper. In addition to a wish, you can also write a saying or a poem on the greeting card.
Your greeting card should have a salutation and name the occasion. You should congratulate on the confirmation and formulate good wishes for the future. Then end with greeting and signature. Of course, you can also quote a saying or a poem.
Your congratulations should be addressed directly to the young person, so you should name them directly. Here are some examples:
My dear godchild, dear Stefan...
To the dear confirmand...
Here you will find congratulations with which you can congratulate on the confirmation:
Confirmation Congratulations Wording Templates
Proverbs and poems for confirmation
A saying, quote, bible verse or a poem makes your greeting card unique and remains in long memory.