Hampshire, United Kingdom (July 05, 2010) – Born Gifted, a leading UK supplier of baby gifts and toys in the UK, announce that they have a large and varied range of first Holy communion gifts available through their website.
A child’s first Holy communion ceremony usually takes place when they reach seven years of age. Wearing white clothing as a symbol of purity, it is the child’s first reception of the sacrament of the Eucharist and is usually followed by a large family celebration. Gifts are also usually exchanged here, and Born Gifted have a wider variety of first Holy communion gifts available to buy through their website.
Included in the communion range are communion candles and personalised Holy communion plates. Photo albums, both normal and slim-line, are also available alongside money pots and steel bookmarks. Personalised bibles and engraved crystal bibles are a popular seller as are bracelets and necklaces, teddy bears, cufflinks, tankards and much more.
“A first Holy communion is an important time in a child’s life and should be remembered as such. Some first Holy communion gifts can go a long way to helping them remember what a great day they had and are long-lasting – perfect to be treasured,” commented Jim Wilson of Born Gifted. “We have a wide and varied selection of gifts available to buy through our Born Gifted website, and we are always updating our supply. They are affordable items and a great keepsake to hold dear for the rest of their lives.”
For more information on the first communion gifts available at Born Gifted as well as their wide selection of other products, visit http://www.borngifted.co.uk/ or call on 0132 984 8222.
About Born Gifted:
Established in 2002, Born Gifted are one of the UK’s largest online retailers of baby gifts and toys. They specialise in traditional and contemporary christening gifts, personalised baby gifts, baby toys, first birthday gift ideas, baby Christmas gifts and godparent gifts as well as gift ideas for children aged between 0-4.
Born Gifted Ltd
Gosport Business Centre