A christening is an important and beautiful time for everyone. It’s not just a time to celebrate the life that has been brought into this world, but also a time to celebrate the religious indoctrination of your beautiful baby into the church you hold so close to your heart. A christening is a time of celebration, joy, laughter, and the honour it holds in bringing a child into your religious organisation.
Religious symbols are an important part of the church and religious doctrine. Symbols like the Jesus fish, cross or stained glass windows are just a few of the symbols and insignias that churches use as they prepare and decorate for a christening.
Christening Invitation Colour Schemes
Christening invitations come in a variety of colours, but many of them have particular colour schemes that work well for either a baby boy or girl, a variety of churches and all seasons of the years. Ivories, neutrals, and baby blue or baby pink colour schemes are common colour palettes that work well for your baby’s christening invitations.
Planning a Christening
Planning a christening for your new baby is a fun, but busy time. After you choose the christening invitations with religious themes or otherwise, you’ll need to mail them out four to six weeks before the event. After those are sent out, you can then begin discussing with your family or significant other the menu for the Christening luncheon, party decorations, or post-Christening event that coincides with your religious background and culture. Perhaps you’ll want your decorations to have these religious symbols that were on the invitations; using them on the tables, cake or even for your guests’ christening luncheon favours.
Planning a christening is a fun and memorable time for your closest family, friends and most importantly yourself. Treasure these moments, take photos, and enjoy your child’s christening!