Amor, Familia y Navidad

Amor, Familia y Navidad

There’s just something special and different about Christmas with your Latino family. Is it the fragrance of freshly cooked tamales steaming in their soft corn husks? Or the happy giggles of little ones gently rearranging Abuela’s nativity scene? Or that groggy but satisfied feeling you have the morning after Noche Buena and midnight mass?

It’s something more essential than any of those things. For you, the ultimate joy is the simple delight of being surrounded by your whole family as you come together once again to glorify the birth of Christ. It’s in those familiar sayings, that easy laughter, and that homey warmth that can only mean one thing: La Navidad is here again.

Pear Tree knows that Christmas is your favorite time of year, and there’s no better way to celebrate than with traditions that unite your family and honor your heritage. The holiday is not merely a chance to end up with the largest stack of torn paper and ribbon; it’s a sacred opportunity to pray, laugh, and feast with those you love most. It’s all about la familia. As Vanessa Bell writes,

“La Navidad for Latinos is not solely a child-centered occasion designed to shock and awe all the senses. Like the entirety of Latino cultures, Christmas celebrations are rooted in family. They assume that children should contribute, too. It’s a beautiful thing to grow up with the feeling of having purpose; that, even as a child, you influence the collective happiness of your family.” (Source)

Floral Foil Edge -- Latin Christmas Cards

Let Pear Tree help you celebrate this togetherness with our collection of religious Christmas cards. These beautiful greetings are an easy way to share the true reason for the season with those you love most. From a simple “Let Us Rejoice” to a touching retelling of the nativity story, our greetings will bring a smile to every face and joy to every heart.

Beyond the standard designs, Pear Tree also offers custom cards to help you make your special mark. Holiday photo cards let you show off your beautiful family to those you love. You can upload any image into our templates, which include a variety of fun shapes and designs. We even have magnetic cards, so your pictures will stand out on any mantel or refrigerator.

Retro Holidaze -- Latin Christmas Cards

We can also help you make a lasting impression with other great Christmas card ideas. Many of our designs feature gold foil and embellishments to make your cards unique. You can also build a photo collage card, a trifold design for a series of pictures, or a card shaped like an ornament and perfect for hanging. You can personalize many designs using different options for greetings, accent colors, and shapes.

Do you need ideas for a meaningful greeting in Spanish for your Christmas cards? This article from the Latin Times has 10 great ideas, including:

  • “Paz, salud, amor, alegría y mucha felicidad. Que la estrella de Belén os ilumine con todos esos dones. ¡Feliz Navidad!”
  • “Con nuestro cariño y mejores deseos para estas fiestas navideñas. ¡Feliz Navidad!”
  • “Brindo por nuestra amistad y quiero que sepas que estoy muy feliz de tenerte entre mis amigos. ¡Feliz Navidad!”

Here are five more fun ideas for short-but-sweet salutations on your family-focused or religious Christmas cards:

  • “¡Deja che nieve!”
  • “Sending you warmest blessings from our hearts to yours.”
  • “¡Regocijad! Jesús nació.”
  • “La bendición de Dios llevando paz en Navidad.”
  • “A toast to your family this Christmas.”

Whatever greeting you choose, make sure it comes straight from your heart to theirs.

From all of us at Pear Tree, we wish you peace, joy, and family togetherness this Christmas. “¡Feliz Navidad y un próspero Año Nuevo!”

Laura

Laura

Social Copywriter at Pear Tree
Laura is a copywriter for Pear Tree, where she loves exercising her creative muscles and helping others find the perfect card to share a little sunshine with those they love. She is also a devoted wife, mom of two wild children, and equal parts art lover and football fanatic.
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