Naming Day Celebrant Western Sydney
A Naming Day Celebrant Western Sydney and all suburbs for beautiful happy ceremonies.
You can choose to hold the name-giving ceremony at any age. Some parents will choose to celebrate their child’s naming ceremony at just a few weeks old. Other parents will wait for a few months or decide to combine the naming ceremony with the child’s first or second birthday.
Name Giving Ceremonies package consist of –
- Welcoming words to all the guests.
- The parents’ affirmation to their child.
- Talking about the community’s role in raising the child.
- Nominating the godparents and their place in the child’s life.
- Mentioning the grandparents and how they will be assisting.
- Including any ritual from the many ideas, I can offer you to choose from.
- 10 FREE designed and personalized certificates of your choice.
- Presentation of the certificates where you can choose from a few designs.
- A charged professional PA system so that the ceremony is heard by everyone.
Here are just a few naming ceremonies in the area:
Naming Ceremony at Woodcroft Neighbourhood Centre
A beautiful late morning naming ceremony at this great centre, where the parents decorated the hall with lots of balloons.
So we celebrated the naming day combined with the toddler’s first birthday. It is quite a good idea to combine the two. While you already have your family and friends gathered around for the child’s 1st birthday, then why not combine it with a naming day.
Parents chose two rituals. First mum and dad lit the main candle, then the godparents lit their candles from the main one.
Another nice ritual was when guests were asked to put their fingerprints in a big frame with their names attached so that one day the kid can see who attended his party.
Naming Ceremony at Narellan Community Centre
We celebrated the naming ceremony combined with the first birthday for this cute young toddler.
it is a very nice community centre located in the centre of the town.
The hall was packed with family and friends who came to share and celebrate with the parents. Parents chose four godparents who took on the responsibility of being there as mentors for the child. We then spoke about their role in the child’s life as well as the grandparents giving a helping hand.
We concluded the ceremony by handing out certificates such as the naming certificate, certificates to the godparents and grandparents.
Naming Ceremony at the Wattle Grove Youth Club
So we celebrated today at the Wattle Grove Youth Club the name-giving day combined with the 2nd birthday to this gorgeous toddler.
Parents chose to include the sand ceremony. A ritual symbolizing the unity in the family. They chose three colours from the nine colours of sand that are available. One colour representing the parents, another colour for the godparents and a third colour for the grandparents. You can choose as many colours of the nine sand colours offered as you want. You can purchase the sand and bottles from me or from any other supplier.
Parents also chose certificates with no border and presented the certificates in frames. Otherwise, I offer a variety of beautifully designed borders for the certificates. There is the naming certificate for the parents to keep, as well as certificates for godparents, grandparents and siblings.
So there are many options and ideas on how to conduct a naming day ceremony. It is a very happy occasion with lots of family and friends around to celebrate and welcome your child into the family and the community.
Contact me so we can start to organise and plan your child’s very special naming day:)
Naming Day Celebrant Sydney
A Naming day celebrant Sydney – here at a lovely morning naming ceremony on a property in leppington area.
It is always such a great compliment when parents contact me to take part in their second, sometimes third child’s naming ceremony. You almost feel like part of the family. And that is exactly how I felt when these parents contact me again with their second child’s naming day.
So we had the ceremony quite early mid-morning, at 11 am, as it was followed by a big BBQ for all their guests.
There are many rituals we can include in a name-giving ceremony. Actually, you can include as many as you’d like. This time parents chose two rituals. The four godparents lit the main candle with my special blessing.
The godparents also scattered rose petals in four colours on the baby’s head while each colour had its own matching blessing.
Parents chose to purchase silk petals from me, rather than trying to find fresh ones.
And since the new baby already has an older sibling, of course, we also talked about the role of the older sister and how they are going to grow up and discover life’s adventures together.
Naming Ceremony in Nurragingy Reserve
A great location for a naming ceremony is definitely Nurragingy reserve.
There are many wonderful shaded areas that you can choose to have the ceremony. At this name day, we had the ceremony in the Chinese garden, under the pergola where most people were able to sit and relax.
A lovely late morning ceremony for this 4 months old baby boy.
Naming Ceremony Blair Athol
A naming ceremony at home in Blair Athol in the backyard. A nice relaxed naming day ceremony.
We can include any ritual you want in the ceremony.
Parents chose to light one candle with a very special blessing.
This cute little one is also very blessed with 15 godparents. Each received a beautiful gold framed certificate.
Naming Day Celebrant at Alroy Tavern, Plumpton
Celebrating a naming day at Alroy Tavern in Plumpton.
It is always a great honour and a compliment when the parents choose me again to celebrate with them and name their second child.
So we named the parents’ second daughter at the same venue in the beautiful garden with the gazebo at Alroy Tavern today. Parents chose to include the lighting of the candles by the godparents. And this ritual came with specific blessings to emphasize the connection between the godparents and the child.
When we came to the certificates, this time there was an extra certificate. A sibling certificate to the older sister.
Naming Ceremony in Windsor
A naming ceremony in Windsor celebrating the name-giving and 1st birthday for this cute young boy.
We celebrated an early morning ceremony at The Terrace under some lovely trees surrounded by lots of family and friends.
The father chose to do some beautiful reading dedicated to their son.
We nominated two godparents, uncle and auntie.
Parents chose to include the ritual of The Wishing Jar. Mum purchased a nice jar and the guests were asked sometime during the afternoon to write a message to the toddler with their best wishes to his future.
Naming Ceremony Celebrant Cranebrook
A beautiful morning name giving ceremony at Andromeda Community Centre Cranebrook when we combined the name day with the baby’s first birthday.
It is a lovely hall where you can hold a ceremony either indoor or if weather permits outside. There is a big grassy area where children can run around and play while adults can relax as it is all fenced.
So we nominated six godparents and talked about their role and contribution in raising the child. You can nominate as many godparents as you want. Here, parents chose 3 sets of uncles and aunties. We also mentioned the many cousins and how they all are going to grow up and discover life together.
We then moved on to the grandparents and their contribution to having fun with their grandchildren. At this ceremony, we sadly also mentioned the loved ones who can no longer be with us but are still there in our hearts and souls. I also managed to create a memorable certificate to the child’s grandmother who passed away only a few months prior.
Naming Ceremony Celebrant at Home
It is always such an honour and exciting when you are called by the family to officiate at their second or even third child’s ceremony.
So any naming ceremony is exciting and a milestone for the family and the child. Since it was a toddler with older siblings, we also mentioned all the siblings as well as talking about how they all are going to grew up together. All the siblings also received specially designed certificates. And that’s on top of the naming certificate, the godparents’ certificates and the grandparents’ certificates.
It is a very special time for the whole family and the responsibilities accepted by the nominated godparents.
Name Giving Ceremonies at Bungarribee Park (Parklands)
Another beautiful very spacious park to celebrate a naming ceremony will definitely be Bungarribee Park at Western Sydney Parklands.
There are quite a few shelters you can hire, walking tracks, parking and other amenities.
So we celebrated the name-giving ceremony combined with her 1st birthday with lots of family members and friends around.
Parents chose to include the Signing of a book ritual, where guests write wishing messages for the young baby’s future and life. We also nominated the godparents and honoured them and the grandparents with beautifully designed certificates.
The older was also mentioned in the script, talking about how they are going to grow up together and discover the wonders of life. The brother also received a sibling’s certificate.
Naming Day Celebrant – in Plumpton
We celebrated an early morning naming ceremony in Plumpton for this gorgeous one-year-old toddler. It was actually a combined naming ceremony and first birthday. It is a great idea to combine the two. You’ve got already the family and friends gathered around, so why not joined the parties.
So the naming day celebrated was at the parents’ lovely backyard. They decorated the area, set tables and chair around.
We nominated two godparents, talked about their role in assisting raising the child. We talked about the grandparents and their contribution to helping raise the grandchildren.
Parents also chose to include the lighting of the candles ritual. So first the parents lit the main candle, and then the godparents lit their candles.
A lovely morning ceremony.