Cardstore.com Launches New Religious Cards Collection

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Cardstore.com expands its product offering to include a new line of fully customizable religious cards. This new collection allows customers to invite guests to share in sacred occasions with refreshing, modern designs.

Religious Cards

New Religious Cards

Today, photo cards and stationery retailer Cardstore.com announced a new collection of baptism, christening and first communion invitations by Milo Paper. These new religious cards feature a variety of elegant designs, including ornate scroll details and stained glass accents for both boys and girls.

As a new addition to Cardstore.com, Milo Paper religious cards are a fresh way to invite friends and family to share in a spiritual ceremony. VP of Marketing, Robin Stevens says, “It’s truly special to have beautiful invitations for such an important event. With Milo Paper’s new religious invitations, it’s easy to share this milestone with your loved ones.”

Don’t let the stress of addressing and sending invitations become a distraction as the ceremony approaches. Cardstore.com makes it easy for customers by allowing them to organize their list of attendees with an online address book. Once the contact information is complete, Cardstore.com can print addresses on your envelopes at no extra charge, and can even mail the invitations for you.

In addition to the new baptism and communion cards, Cardstore.com offers a full line of Bar Mitzvah and Bat Mitzvah invitations and greeting cards.

About Cardstore.com

Cardstore.com is a Berkeley, California-based photo cards and thank you cards retailer that combines online customization with designs from over 70 independent artists. Since 1999, the company has printed over 50 million personalized cards, and uses 100% post-consumer recycled cardstock. Cardstore.com provides custom greeting cards and personalized stationery for all occasions including photo cards, thank you cards, birthday cards, holiday photo cards, graduation announcements, and wedding invitations.

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