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Cradle ceremony Invitations

Start inviting your guests with a trendy video invitation on the occasion of your kid’s cradle ceremony with Inviter. Browse our website for hundreds of trendy and traditional baby’s cradle ceremony video invitations. These invitations are designed to suit all the traditions all over the world, which are self editable online. Special moments come once in a life-time and these moments have to be celebrated with great joy. Celebrate your kid’s cradle ceremony with our exclusive video invitation designs where you can opt for specific themes. Our designers will create video invitations as per your choice and deliver the video within two working days. Share this Cradle ceremony video invitation via social media platforms.

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Cradle ceremony is an occasion that is performed on the 16th day after the childbirth. Cradle ceremony is also called Punya dhanam in the South. If the newborn baby has any “Shanti poojas” done on this day and small pooja is performed to purify the house. The cradle is decorated with flowers, balloons, and other decorative things(toys) and in many communities, the baby’s mother saree is used as a decorative the cradle. The baby is put into cradle and cradle is made to swing by ladies and sing a song for the baby. All the guests bless the child. Later, Aarati is given for the baby. Many communities name their child on the same day. But many others will not.