Trendy or traditional, cartoon or avant-garde. At Poobies you decide what your Communion invitations look like. By manipulating backgrounds, colours, text and images you can compose your own unique invitations very easily. And you can also use your own photos. That will give your Communion invites a really personal touch!
ORDERING CARDSIf you want to place an order, you can choose from two options: a free proof or a set of cards. Your cards will be printed in full colour on attractive white paper (300g/FSC-certified) and your order is sent in sturdy packaging so it always arrives in perfect condition!
TIP! Make sure you send your Communion invitations well in advance. Then you can be sure that your guests have plenty of time to save the date of the Communion party.
Poobies uses attractive, thick (300 grams), FSC-certified paper for all cards. Your Communion cards are printed double-sided in full colour and are checked by hand before despatch.
When you open a Poobies account, you immediately get a code for a free proof of your own design. And that's cool, because then you can see what your Communion card looks like when it's printed. And at Poobies, free really does mean free!
Hip or classic, colour or black-and-white, cool or sweet. At Poobies you can always find the best images for an original and personal Communion card. And of course Poobies also has a large collection of ready-made Communion cards. Easy!
Creating your own Communion cards is easy at Poobies. If you do have a question, call or email customer services. You will be attended by a real Poobies customer services representative straight away. They know what they’re talking about and they’re very friendly, too!
Your own Communion card is completely yours. That’s why Poobies does not print any brand name or logo on the Communion cards. Only at Poobies, publicity-free really means 100% publicity-free!
Order a free proof of your own design.
Order your envelopes
in advance to give
yourself more time
to add the addresses.
Create your own personal and unique Communion invite.
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