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Baby Naming Ceremony

Baby Naming Ceremony

Do you need help planning a Baby Naming Ceremony?

A precious new addition to your family has your surname.

Your baby’s name has been chosen carefully, usually after much deliberation. Whatever your choice and whatever your reasons, this little person is to be welcomed in style into your world.

Traditional christenings are featuring less in the lives of some families, with a focus on religion diminishing. However, if a religious reference is desired, we are more than happy to incorporate that in our ceremony.

Baby Naming Services Sydney

Allow us to devise a baby naming ceremony filled with meaningful rituals to celebrate the new life that has just joined your family.

We will work with you to incorporate all your naming ceremony ideas into a special ceremony for your precious new family member.

It is also an opportunity for loved ones to feel involved and offer their support throughout your child’s life.

A baby naming ceremony, or naming day as it is sometimes called, is a lovely way to bring your family and friends together to celebrate the arrival of your child. It is a special way of sharing your hopes and dreams for their future and acknowledging your family beliefs and values. 

Baby Naming Services Sydney

If you would like to discuss the process of booking us as your naming ceremony celebrant, please contact us or message us on Facebook for a no-obligation chat.

We can discuss your ceremony ideas and see if we are a good fit. We would love to help you plan and create a naming ceremony that’s just perfect for your child!

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