Anniversary Cana Card
Say Happy Anniversary with the Miracle of Cana! By popular demand by fans of the Cana Wedding card, Salutare has made an anniversary card with the same image. Inside salutation reads "As for me and my house, we will serve the Lord. Joshua 24:15" and "May today be filled with a grateful remembrance of the day your hearts were united in Him. Happy Anniversary" With the classic Catechism paragraph 1613 on the back.
Consider the Lilies Thank You Cards
Calla Lily Water Color original by Amie Kieffer.
Set of 20 Thank you cards paired with Spring green envelopes.
Symbolizing humility and devotion, lilies are the 30th anniversary flower. As the flowers most often associated with funerals, lilies symbolize that the soul of the departed has received restored innocence after death.
In many paintings and other works of art throughout history, the calla lily has been depicted with the Virgin Mary or Angel of Annunciation. For this reason, it has been associated with holiness, faith and purity.
Additionally, as the cone-line flowers blossom in spring, they have become symbols of youth and rebirth.
The Miracle of Cana
The miracle of Cana original artwork by Amie Kieffer. Salutation inside reads "May God bless your wedding day and every day forward. As with the miracle of the wine at Cana, 'Do whatever He tells you,' and watch expectantly for the transformative miracles He can work in your lives. You will be amazed at His Vintage." The Back has the text from CCC 1613 "On the threshold of his public life Jesus performs his first sign-at his mother's request-during a wedding feast. The Church attaches great importance to Jesus' presence at the wedding at Cana. She sees in it the confirmation of the goodness of marriage and teh proclamation that thenceforth marriage will be an efficacious sign of Christ's presence."
It takes three to get married by Amie Kieffer was inspired by a bride's reflection on the wedding prayer of Tobit and Sarah....the "noble purpose" of marriage. This card is 5"x 7". The inside reads "Your love is an image of the Creator's. It is good, very good in His eyes." The back is from the Catholic Catechism paragraph 1604. "God who created man out of love also calls him to love-the fundamental and innate vocation of every human being. For man is created in the image and likeness of God who is himself love. Since God created him man and woman, their mutual love becomes an image of the absolute and unfailing love with which God loves man. It is good, very good, in the Creator's eyes. And this love which God blesses is intended to be fruitful and to be realized in the common work of watching over creation."