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The birth of a child is often acknowledged and celebrated through a Naming Ceremony.   This ceremony provides a special time where the parents, grandparents, god-parents, siblings and friends of the family can celebrate the arrival of a new member. In addition it can be special time where family traditions can be established or extended to new members.

Guests can play an important part in the ceremony or by being appointed god-parents or identified as possible future guardians should something unexpected happen to one or both parents.

 

These ceremonies are very popular in Australia and are often selected instead of a religious ceremony to recognise the birth or naming of a child.  These ceremonies can be relaxed or formal, intimate or on a grand scale and held at the venue of your choice (either inside or out).

 

Are Naming Ceremony just for babies?

Naming ceremonies can be arranged for children of any age through to teens.  If you wish, more than one child can be named at a single ceremony.

 

Here's what Parents say after a Naming Ceremony...

Shawn & Cassandra

All our guests commented on how great the ceremony was. They thought it was very intimate and special. It was enjoyed very much by all who attended.
Thanks John for making my little princesses naming day more than i could have hoped for. Everyone had such a great time and we received so much positive feedback on how beautiful the ceremony was.

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