Everyone’s favorite winter holidays are waiting ahead, which means it’s time to think about how you will congratulate your friends, relatives or colleagues. In this article, we have selected beautiful Christmas greeting cards for you. we suggest that you download your favorite cards to your device and send them to your friends and family in 2021, adding warm wishes.
Christmas is the most important holiday for Christians of different faiths. If you are not sure exactly what religion your friends profess, we suggest using universal greeting cards with landscapes or traditional attributes of winter holidays, the inscription “Merry Christmas!” and beautiful rhymed wishes for congratulations in 2021.
You can add a beautiful Christmas greeting in verse to such a digital gift.:
Fields, roads, and forests
Winter will cover you with silver
And in the voices of angels we are
We hear joy again-merry Christmas!
A star has entered the heavens
Us fortunately lighting the way,
So let miracles happen,
All troubles and sadness go away!
Let smiles warm your heart,
Snowball lying down outside the window,
Let God sow faith in your heart –
Magic light with Christmas!
Orthodox Christmas (traditional)
Orthodox Christmas will traditionally come in 2021 on the night of January 6-7.
Postcards can be sent as early as the evening of the 6th (Christmas eve), when all relatives and friends gather at the table and wait for the first star to appear in the sky, symbolizing the birth of Christ.
Classic in Orthodoxy are considered to be Christmas pictures that enliven biblical stories. Near Churches, there are always installations of the birth of Christ scene, called in different countries:
- in great Britain — Nativity scene);
- in Germany – Weihnachtskrippen / Christschau (Christmas day nursery);
- in Italy – Belen (derived from Bethlehem);
- in Poland – the Crib (barn, shed);
- in Belarus – Balalaika;
- in America and America – a Nativity Scene (cave, secret place).
Wishing merry Christmas in 2021 to friends who often visit Churches, you can present beautiful postcards with the image of the newborn Savior, the virgin Mary and the Magi offering gifts to the baby.