Christening Gowns Blog

What do Grandparents Give for Baptism Gifts?

What do Grandparents Give for Baptism Gifts?

Choosing a baptism gift is an important and memorable occasion. The baptism signifies the child’s first step with the Christian church. It’s a rite of passage celebrated by the child’s parents, relatives, siblings, and their new church community. 

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What Is a Christening? What Is a Baptism?

What Is a Christening? What Is a Baptism?

A christening or a baptism is more than just a photo-op for flowing white baby gowns and platters of catered fancy appetizers. The history of the events goes back centuries and the versions we celebrate today are steeped in generations of tradition. Let's take a closer look at the history and meaning of christenings and baptisms.

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Claire Sontag
Do You Buy Your Baby Christmas Presents?

Do You Buy Your Baby Christmas Presents?

Sure, your baby probably won't remember their first couple Christmases, but you will. You'll have pictures and keepsake boxes for the rest of your life to remind you and to show your child when they're old enough to wonder about Christmases past. So what makes a great first Christmas gift? Read on for some of our favorite ideas. Special Keepsake Gift For baby's first Christmas, a gift that your little one can save throughout their life and maybe one day pass on to their kids is a perfect choice. A keepsake gift could be something wearable like these adorable booties or...

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How Long Should a Christening Gown Be?

How Long Should a Christening Gown Be?

An heirloom christening gown is the traditional style. This is meant for an infant or baby that is not yet mobile. This style is long, meant to flow over the baby’s feet while she is held by an adoring relative. It is suitable for both boys and girls. This traditional christening gown is made with the finest silks, premium tulle and delicate lacework. It should be 28” to 36” in length. Some unisex styles have detachable ribbons and bows so that the gown can worn by both boys and girls over the years.

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