Baptism Party Tips
The time of the baptism will determine how you approach the party. For example,aA morning christening can be followed by a buffet lunch. In contrast, an early afternoon christening can be followed by afternoon tea (or lemonade
). You should have drinks and glassware
available to toast to your baby's health. The Godfather should make the first toast. If you are hosting the party at your house, a simple buffet spread or snacks will suffice. If the event is held in warm weather, a backyard barbecue
can be a great alternative. Cake at a baptism and christening should be ideally a white cake
, with white frosting, bearing the baby's initials, name and christening date. Finally, hand out baptism candy bars
as guests leave, as token of your appreciation.