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The Nation’s Largest Greek Orthodox Wedding and Baptismal Store

Pin Satin Bow

$2.20
SKU PIN109

An elegant witness pin adorned with a darling bow at top. A wide 1 1/2" satin bow decorated on top with a satin ribbon on bottom.

Dimensions: 2.25” width x 5” in length (length will vary with exact personalization entered). A 3/8" width ribbon is used on bottom if 1 line of text is entered per side. A 5/8" width ribbon is used for the personalized ribbon if 2 or more lines of text are entered on either side.

Note: Martyika pins are shipped with pins attached. They arrive ready for use. There is a 20 count order minimum for personalizaiton. 

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               To add special title ribbons (i.e., Godfather, Godmother, etc.) to some of your witness pins, click *HERE*.
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Check out our photo samples at our pin gallery 

Customer Reviews

Based on 21 reviews
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Nike Lagos
Blessed Celebrations To the Rescue!!!

I frantically contacted Blessed Celebrations one week before our granddaughter's baptism for additional martyriatika. Lia put me at ease saying they would be able to print and express ship them. I was thrilled and very grateful to receive them two days before the baptism!!! Thank you Lia and Blessed Celebrations!!!

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Christine Perry
Reproduced My Witness Pin from 1953!

I was heartbroken when I lost my baptismal pin that my mother had saved from 1953. I emailed Blessed Celebration and Lia Pappas responded very quickly and sweetly about the possibility of reproducing it. Luckily I had a picture of it, and after I little work, I received the reproduction in the mail, Greek printing and all!
Eυχαριστώ πολύ!

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ALEXIS GLOVER
Martyrika

So beautiful!

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Dean Chiampas
Witness Pins

We have worked with you many times in the past and always have been extremely satisfied. We had an error in a message and within 3 days it was corrected with new witness pins. Your company is phenomenal! We will always use you for any future events.

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Maria Alfieris
Personalize Martyrika

The ribbons were pretty and what I ordered. However I was disappointed the Byzantine cross was glued on instead of being a pin. A straight pin was provided in its place however I liked the older ones I ordered(elsewhere) in the past that had the pin included.
I appreciated Blessed Celebrations excellent customer service in correcting a mistake in time for our baptisms. Thank you.

Customer Reviews

Based on 21 reviews
81%
(17)
19%
(4)
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Nike Lagos
Blessed Celebrations To the Rescue!!!

I frantically contacted Blessed Celebrations one week before our granddaughter's baptism for additional martyriatika. Lia put me at ease saying they would be able to print and express ship them. I was thrilled and very grateful to receive them two days before the baptism!!! Thank you Lia and Blessed Celebrations!!!

C
Christine Perry
Reproduced My Witness Pin from 1953!

I was heartbroken when I lost my baptismal pin that my mother had saved from 1953. I emailed Blessed Celebration and Lia Pappas responded very quickly and sweetly about the possibility of reproducing it. Luckily I had a picture of it, and after I little work, I received the reproduction in the mail, Greek printing and all!
Eυχαριστώ πολύ!

A
ALEXIS GLOVER
Martyrika

So beautiful!

D
Dean Chiampas
Witness Pins

We have worked with you many times in the past and always have been extremely satisfied. We had an error in a message and within 3 days it was corrected with new witness pins. Your company is phenomenal! We will always use you for any future events.

M
Maria Alfieris
Personalize Martyrika

The ribbons were pretty and what I ordered. However I was disappointed the Byzantine cross was glued on instead of being a pin. A straight pin was provided in its place however I liked the older ones I ordered(elsewhere) in the past that had the pin included.
I appreciated Blessed Celebrations excellent customer service in correcting a mistake in time for our baptisms. Thank you.

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