Baptism Party Drink Ideas and Baptism
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Baptism Party Drink Ideas
When having a baptism party, the baptism party drink ideas should be given some careful thought. This is an occasion of purity, and it is a religious celebration. It will begin at the church, or other holy place where the child, or other person, is being baptized, and it will carry on to a home for the continued celebration.
Baptisms generally take place during the afternoon, so alcoholic drinks are not essential. Perhaps homemade eggnog with a splash of brandy may be served. Other drinks with milk or cream, such as an Alexander may also be appropriate. A champagne punch would be delightful for the party on a warm afternoon. To keep it simple, a non-alcoholic punch for the children at the party, and a choice or red or white wine for adults may be best.
Baptism Party Gift Ideas
Keepsakes and souvenirs are perhaps the finest baptism party gifts that can be given. This is an occasion that the child will probably not remember, so items that they can keep for years to come will remind them that their closest family members and close friends were present for this very special day.
Baptism party gift ideas can be found in religious catalogs and fine department stores. The china department may have plates that are appropriate to the baptism theme. They may even be specially engraved to include the name of the person baptized, as well as the date and church in which it took place. A depiction of a baby being baptized in a beautiful frame would also be a very nice gift for the one newly baptized.
Baptism Party Theme
Keep the party theme flowing throughout each aspect of
the event. First, the party invitations set the theme and tone of
the occasion. Some guests will bring gifts based on the Baptism
party theme. Use Baptism
tablecovers, Thank you notes, invitations, party supplies, hats, blowouts, confetti,
paper plates, cups, napkins etc. Complete the Baptism party theme
with Baptism party favors.