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How To Make Your Baby’s Christening Easy

>> Feb 25, 2012

Getting your child Christened is a landmark moment in their life, and while it is a big occasion, that doesn’t mean it has to be a lot of stress planning it. Christenings are best when they are simple events, so get organised and be sure you remember your child’s christening as a beautiful day rather than a logistical nightmare. The following tips will help make sure you are all over the planning of your child’s big day.

Pick the God Parents Early

It is quite an important role to be a Godparent, so think carefully about whom you’d like to have filling this role for your child. If you have people in mind be sure to ask them early as they may not be in town for the christening or they may have to decline for other reasons. You don’t want to wait until the last minute to secure the Godparents as if your plans don’t work out you’ll be left panicked hunting for Godparents at the last minute. When thinking about possible Godparent’s keep in mind that you are asking people to take part in a religious ceremony, so if they aren’t religious don’t be surprised if they don’t feel comfortable taking part.

Send Invitations ASAP

Don’t assume everyone will be able to come if you don’t give him or her a lot of notice. People are busy so give plenty of notice by sending out the invitations super early for your best chance of a good turn out.

Get a Nice Outfit Online

Finding the right outfit for your little one’s christening can be quite the challenge, though your best bet is to research your options on the Internet and buy it online. There is a huge variety of
baby clothes suitable for a christening, so whether you are looking for quality brands like Marquise or want to have something specific custom made, get online early and be sure you get that perfect outfit.

Book the Church and Hall Early

Parish Churches are often quite busy places, with not just christenings happening, but also confirmations, weddings, funerals and first Holy Communion ceremonies. So if you have a specific date and time in mind for your child’s christening you should contact the church and book it in as soon as possible. It’s a good idea if your church has a parish hall to rent it out as well so that you have an easy place to hold a small party after the ceremony.

Have It Catered

Having the after ceremony party catered is a great way to take a whole lot of stress off your plate. You won’t need a huge amount of food or drinks there with basic finger foods probably sufficient, though whatever food or drinks you want, get someone else to cater. You’ll definitely appreciate being able to spend more quality time with your friends and family celebrating this big occasion.

Get Someone to Take Photos

Get one of your friends to agree to be the photographer so that you don’t have to worry about who is getting those perfect shots of the big day. If you don’t know anyone who is competent with a camera you might want to pay a professional to come; it will be worth it to have some great shots of this beautiful day.

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