Festive Names Guaranteed To Create Some Christmas Cheer!

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Thursday 17th December 2020   /   Production News   /   0 Comment(s)

Festive Names Guaranteed To Create Some Christmas Cheer!

This year, we’ve picked our favourite festive names inspired by the “Twelve Days Of Christmas”. Plus, we've put together a quick update about ordering last minute Christmas name labels.

Twelve Names Of Christmas – All With A Festive Feel

We all know the traditional version of the “Twelve Days Of Christmas” but this year we've created our own. For the “Twelve Names Of Christmas”, we've picked a festive name, or names, that (sort of) matches the gifts given on each day.

A red and white background displays names related to items listed in the Twelve Days of Christmas. Juniper represents a partridge in a pear tree because pear tree is sometimes replaced by juniper tree. Two turtle doves is represented by Dove, Jemima, Paloma, and Callum, which mean dove. Three French hens is represented by Noel, Noelle, Noella, which mean Christmas in French. Four calling birds is represented by Robin and Robyn. Five gold rings is represented by Balthazar, Caspar, and Melchior, the three Wise Men, one of whom brought gold. Six geese a laying is represented by Berry, Cherry, Clementine, Ginger, Honey, Olive, and Saffron, which are traditional Christmas ingredients. Seven swans a swimming is represented by Bora, Edurne, Eira, Eirwen, Fannar, Fjolla, Haukea, and Lumi, which mean snow and snow might stop you swimming. Eight maids a milking is represented by Lucia and Lucy; these two saints are a big part of Christmas celebrations around the world. Nine ladies dancing are represented by Dasher, Dancer, Prancer, Vixen, Comet, Cupid, Donder, Blitzen, and Rudolph or the nine flying reindeer. Ten lords a leaping are represented by Nicholas, Nick, Claus, and Klaus, which refer to Saint Nicholas. Eleven pipers piping is represented by Luke and Matthew as pipers may play songs about the Nativity, which is told in the Gospels of Luke and Matthew. Twelve drummers drumming is represented by Bell, Belle, Carol, and Eve as the line is sometimes twelve bells a ringing, just as bells might be rung as carols are sung on Christmas Eve.

Six Days Left To Order Christmas Name Labels

There are only six days left (including today) for Christmas orders of Stikins ® name labels. We close for Christmas at 5pm on Wednesday 23rd December and our last print run will take place at 3pm. Orders received after this time will be printed when we reopen on Monday 4th January 2021.

We will be despatching orders on Monday and Tuesday next week. We will despatch orders received by 3pm on the same day. Orders received after 3pm (or over this weekend) will despatch on the next working day.

We use Royal Mail's first class service as standard delivery, however, first class mail is experiencing a lot of delays.

Royal Mail’s recommended last posting date for first class mail is Monday 21st December.

This is a guideline only and we recommend ordering your name labels as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.

You can order online or by phone; simply call our Customer Service Team on 01270 668076 during office hours (9am-5pm, Monday to Friday).

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