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Category: Baptism

How Much Money To Give As A Baptism Gift

Published September 06, 2016        by Sarah

4653777001 0ab6d8130e z 150x150 How Much Money To Give As A Baptism Gift When a Baptism invitation comes in the mail, thoughts quickly turn to the gift. What should you give? Should you give cash? Should you give a present at all? What’s appropriate? While there are no rules set in stone, there are some guidelines you can follow so you can relax about your gift. How Close is Your Relationship Think about how close you are to the family. Is the baby your niece, nephew, Godchild or grandchild? If you’re part of the inner circle of family or very close friends, you’ll want to give a little more than other guests typically do. But, that being said, times might be tough right now. The bottom line is to give what you can comfortably afford. $50 is a very nice gift for a Baptism. So use that as your benchmark. If you can afford to make ends meet while giving Read more

Christening Gift Ideas

Published August 27, 2013        by Sarah

BG BGC1390 lg 150x150 Christening Gift Ideas A Christening of a baby is a special time for everyone. You want to give a gift that’s unique and meaningful. Here are some thoughts on just what to give that special baby in your life. Embroidered Bibs and Blankets An embroidered baby bib or receiving blanket is the ideal gift for a Christening. You can have baby’s name and a Bible verse or quote sewn on it. Many companies online offer personalized sayings as well as choice of fonts for baby’s name. Time Capsule Kit Commemorate baby’s special day with a Time Capsule. You or baby’s parents can fill it with memorabilia from the day baby was Christened or baby’s birth date. Add in all sorts of trinkets and news articles as well as baby’s tiny hand and footprint. When baby is all grown up, she will marvel at just what was Read more

Who Should I Invite To A Baby Baptism?

Published January 04, 2012        by Sarah

shutterstock 139932289 1000 150x150 Who Should I Invite To A Baby Baptism? Baby baptisms are special occasions. It’s the time when you will dedicate your baby to Christ and promise to raise him or her in a Christian tradition. You’ll also have god parents to choose who will promise to raise your children should anything happen to you and your husband, and who also will guide your child along through life. So, who gets invited to this big day? It will depend on how you want to do it. First off, you’re going to pick two people to be god parents. These are typically the two closest members of your family—one male and one female. But it can also be anyone you choose from a close family friend to a cousin. It is considered an honor to be chosen as a god parent, so no one is likely going to turn your invitation down. Just be sure you choose someone trustworthy Read more

What is the Difference Between Baptism & Christening?

Published December 06, 2011        by Sarah

t i b i1 150x150 What is the Difference Between Baptism & Christening?In the Bible it says, “And now why tarriest thou?  Arise, and be baptized, and wash away thy sins, calling on the name of the Lord” (Acts 22.16).  Baptism is mentioned again and again in the Bible and symbolizes a washing away of sins.  Early baptisms were held in rivers, and in fact, they still are in many religions.  The terms baptism and christening are used interchangeably, but there are differences between the two ceremonies. Baptism and christening are both rites of passage and rituals that take place in a variety of faiths.  John the Baptist baptized his followers in the River Jordan; Jesus is the most famous of those baptized.  The ceremony symbolizes the baptism gift of washing away of sins.  A christening, on the other hand, has traditionally been a naming ceremony which Read more

How To Make Baby Christening Invitations

Published October 05, 2011        by Sarah

When your baby is being christened, you want to tell the whole world! When you realize that you’ll have to cut that number down to just your closest friends and family, you’ll still need a way to get the word out. Christening invitations can be purchased online or in party stores. But you can also make them yourself. All you need is a little time when you won’t be interrupted and a little creativity. Start off by thinking of a theme. Start off with something white since white is the color of christening gowns and attire. Then think about an accent color. You can choose blue in any shade for a boy or pink in any shade for a girl. But you can also choose orange polka dots or brown stripes. It’s totally up to you. It's a good idea to have the same thing on your invitations as your Read more