One of the lovely aspects of a Naming Ceremony is the presence of grandparents and sometimes, great grandparents as well. Grandparents play a special role in their grand children’s lives. They form part of a chain of love that links the past to the future. This lucky little girl had her two great grandmothers, both
Melbourne Baby Naming
Many parents these days are having a fun and informal Melbourne baby naming day. Usually it is simply because they don’t want a religious ceremony, but still want to celebrate their child in a special and significant way!
Here are just some of the reasons parents might want to have a baby naming day in Melbourne:
You may want to present your child to your family and friends.
- You may want to express your hopes and dreams for your child’s future.
- You may want to publicly affirm your commitment to being a loving and caring parent.
- You may want to share your happiness and delight.
- You may have adopted a child or maybe you are blending families with a new partner.
- You may wish to thank someone who has had a special role in the child’s life, such as a surrogate mother.
- Maybe your child is no longer a baby and wants his or her own special name.
What better way to celebrate than to have a joyful Melbourne baby naming ceremony with family and friends? I will work with you to develop a memorable and enjoyable occasion. Afterwards, I will present you with a special “Naming Certificate” you can keep or gift to your child.
Any questions at all, please contact me here.
Latest baby naming ceremonies:
It was a happy day for this gorgeous little boy’s parents and his adoring big brother and sister as they celebrated his Naming Day with family, friends and neighbours. It may have been Father’s Day, but Craig will have to wait in the wings while his baby son takes centre stage.
Winter is usually a quiet time for weddings, but I have been busy with some really happy, family-centred Naming Ceremonies. Both of the little boys pictured were welcomed with the love of family and friends; both had two adoring older sisters and both were given godparents to watch over them as they embarked on their
A fun video of the naming ceremonies I have performed in recent times.
December and January have been filled with beautiful weddings and other celebrations such as Renewing Wedding Vows and a Naming Ceremony. The Naming was particularly joyous as I had also done a Naming for the little boy’s older brother 3 years ago. It was great to reconnect with the family and their friends and also
Today was a special Blessing Ceremony for a little girl turning one. There was an extra pleasure for me because I had performed her parents’ wedding two year’s ago. Her grandmother wrote this beautiful poem which she read aloud: “There you are, and here am I – with all the years between us. My hand
Naming Ceremonies are such great opportunities for families and friends to come together and think about the connections they have to each other and to the baby or child whose life is being celebrated. It is true that “it takes a village to raise a child” even though the modern day villasge is the network