Being asked to be a Godparent is a huge honour but finding that special gift for a little loved one can be tricky.
So you’ve been invited to a Christening, you’ve been to a few Baptisms in the past but never a Christening. Are they the same thing? Do you have to do anything differently?
To save any embarrassing mishaps we’ve put together a guide that will explain the differences.
So you’re trying to decide between a Naming Ceremony or a Baptism / Christening, you’ve got the whole family expecting a party.
You want everyone to celebrate the birth of your little bundle of joy but at the same time you’re also thinking “what the heck is the difference between a Naming Ceremony and a Christening or a Baptism???
Worry not, we’ll help you get the facts right.
So the bump is getting big and the day is fast approaching it’s time to arrange the Baby Shower!
This tradition has made it’s way over to the UK in recent years but the rules are still a little unclear, do I arrange my own baby shower? Is it a surprise party? How much do you spend on gifts? Do we have to share scary birth stories? Are the guys allowed within a hundred meters?
All these questions and more will be answered !
We love a checklist so here’s some handy ideas to help you keep track organising your Naming Day celebration.
What are the trendy baby names for 2018? Back in 2012 I had a look at the most popular baby names so thought I’d take another look and see how things have changed 6 years on….
Christening gifts don’t have to be expensive – it’s often the thought and sentiment behind the gift which is important.
Many people ask the question about whether they should be buying a gift for the Godparents. Although there are different opinions on this, in general, there is no expectation to buy godparents a gift – it is considered a privilege to be asked to be a godparent in the first place.
Having said that, many parents want to say ‘thank you’ to the godparents to show their appreciation and provide a reminder of their special day and the promises they have made to the child.