BABY NAMING CEREMONY
A baby naming ceremony is first and foremost an exciting event to present your little one with their name, but it’s so much more. Also often known as a naming day, a babynaming ceremony is a beautiful way to introduce your new child to their community, bring your nearest and dearest together to honour the new arrival, and share your hopes and dreams for your bub’s future. It’s a joyous event filled with warmth, laughter, love and best wishes for your baby’s future.
A baby naming ceremony is also a unique way to give loved ones an early role in your child’s life; to bring together those who will provide support as your baby grows, and protect, encourage and love them as they find their way in the world.
Bringing a child into the world is a special time, and one you’ll want to celebrate and treasure forever – so when your precious new tot comes along, it’s no surprise that you want to shout it from the rooftops and welcome them into the world in style!
A babynaming ceremony is a beautiful way to do just that, and get your friends and family involved in the new bub’s life from the very beginning.
As a naming ceremony celebrant Sydney families have been putting their trust in for many years, I would love to help you plan and create the babynaming ceremony that’s just perfect for you and your child.
As a naming ceremony celebrant in Sydney, I can help craft a meaningful, magical and memorable day for you and your family.
Together, we can decide on the details of the special day, from music and readings to affirmations and other precious words that will celebrate your new arrival with love. You may also like to choose guardians or god parents for your child, who can take part in the ceremony and share their own thoughts on the role they want to play in your little one’s life.
When choosing me to be their naming ceremony celebrant, Sydney parents can be certain of a personal, individual and deeply authentic event that reflects you, your child, and all the things you treasure and value most as a family unit.