And they will have all those thank you cards to write after their Confirmation Day!
Or ask Mum/Dad for some recommendations for their favourite movies, and you could pick up a box set as a Confirmation gift.
A few examples for Ireland could include: Boda Borg at Lough Key, Delphi Resort, Croke Park Skyline Tour, A trip to, westport House, Powerscourt Estate, or a trip to go kayaking, wall climbing or other adventure facilities.
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Room accessory gifts could include; cushions, wall art, a desk and chair, new bedding and string lights.
Confirmation Crosses, the cross is one of the most recognizable symbols of the Christian faith and any of the beautiful keepsakes below can serve as lasting reminders of the special day.Concert tickets, CDs, a subscription to a music streaming service, iTunes credit, an iPod or good stereo system would all be good alternative Confirmation gifts.Children all around the world are preparing to celebrate Confirmation day.Best Sellers, jewelry, crosses.Headphones or Speakers From listening to music, to watching videos online, and talking to their friends while they get on with life, good headphones are a must these days for kids of this age.Or let the confirmation child pick their favourite cake from a local bakery and buy that for them to share and enjoy on the day.Updated: March 2018, the Catholic Confirmation season is upon us and if youre looking for the perfect gift to help her celebrate and remember the special day, below are dozens of Confirmation gift ideas for girls.Books, a book reader, such as a Kindle, makes a great gift for children who love to read.A voucher for the Confirmation childs favourite clothes shop, or clothes with a gift receipt will go down a treat.Enter your email and we'll send you a password reset link.
And buying prize bonds / savings bonds means that they cant get at the money for a few years.
Jewellery, a watch, charm bracelet, chain or ear-rings can all make good alternative Confirmation gifts especially if you are the childs godparent.