Whether you are part of a religious community, community, or part of a family the birth of a new child is always reason to celebrate.
A Baby Naming is needed to avoid moments of
significance going uncelebrated.
There are Christian Baptisms or Christenings.
The Jewish or Hebrew naming ceremony.
In Islam the baby naming occurs on the 7th day after birth.
Hindus call the baby naming Namkaran.
Then there are non-religious occasions - such as a simple get together to celebrate the new family member and their name.
Whichever way you celebrate Baby Naming it is very important!
A name plays a dominate part of proceedings.
And giving a new baby their name is definitely significant!
Along with all the ceremonial significance holding an event is to celebrate the arrival of a child and welcome him or her in the family and circle of friends.
5 Tips to make your Baby Naming Celebration special.
Decide on your theme Usually the theme will be influenced by the gender of your baby.
Pastels in pink and blues still dominate.
Of course if a royal baby has been born those colors and decorations will definitely become the trend.
2. As with any celebration you will want guests.
Decide on your guest list and continue your theme on the invitations.
3. Ensure the centre of attention is dressed well.
At many religious ceremonies Girls and Boys still wear the traditional white gown.
However, in modern time and with modern
non-religious celebrations there is a range of outfits to choose from.
4. Cater to the younger crowd.
Children will definitely be part of the guest list so plan some Kids activities ---- Face painting or balloon races.
5. It doesn’t matter if you are catering yourself or having someone do the food for you a range of finger foods and desserts will always be popular.
And don’t forget the Naming cake!