Naming ceremonies draw on our ancient traditions of welcoming new ones into our family.
In a naming ceremony, the baby or child is formally given their name and parents, grandparents and 'guideparents' make their promises to the child - and these don't all have to be serious. At Thomas's naming ceremony his guideparents promised to teach him all the moves to Milligan bear but to never put him in a tutu or leggings!
And naming ceremonies aren't just for babies, they can be for older children too. Perhaps you've adopted a child, or joined two families together and want to celebrate your new names.
If you want a naming ceremony, phone or text me on 07981 211 002
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I look forward to hearing from you
Edith's naming ceremony
Thanks for yesterday, we were really pleased with how things went, particularly the ceremony.
Thomas's naming ceremony
We had a lovely day and everyone commented on how nice the service was. Hopefully in a few years we'll be in touch again for our next child's special day.