Confirmation Gifts for Teen Girls

Personalize the jewelry with the date to help her remember this day.

Confirmation, one of the seven sacraments of the Catholic Church, represents the sealing of the gifts received from the Holy Spirit at Baptism. Most people are confirmed at age 14 or 15; the ceremony symbolizes the deepening of the teen’s commitment to their Christian lives.


Confirmation Gift Ideas

Celebrate this special event with a confirmation gift that reflects the solemnity of the occasion. Pretty necklaces, bracelets, or earrings with a gold, silver, or birthstone cross make great Confirmation gifts for teen girls, as do vintage rosaries and necklaces featuring her patron saint. Personalize the jewelry with the date or a small inscription to help her remember this important day.


Commemorate the Day

Customize a bible with the confirmed teen’s Confirmation date and perhaps include a favorite scripture of yours or words of encouragement. An elegant photo frame with an engraved Bible verse is also a wonderful gift for her to commemorate this special event. Other Confirmation gifts for teen girls include books on faith or spirituality, or a leather journal or pretty photo album for her to document momentous milestones in her life.


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