Baby Naming Ceremony

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Baby naming ceremony conducted by Clover Jean celebrant – Important: There are changes to this service due to COVID-19. | image burgundy productions

What is a baby naming ceremony?

If you are feeling sunny and dizzy on parenthood, a non-religious alternative christening marks the arrival of your child.

It’ a beautiful celebration and a wonderful welcome event.

Namely, it offers you the opportunity to publicly announce the new addition (s) to your circle of friends.

How can you make your ceremony special?

As well as a bespoke blessing you make promises that will reflect your true feelings and moral values.

And your ceremony includes non-religious readings [prayers optional], recited love poems and the meaning of your child (s) name.

Where can a naming ceremony take place?

Whether you want to introduce your son or daughter during a private and intimate naming ceremony, you symbolise the child’s uniqueness.

And the naming ceremony can take place Monday through to Sunday at your home.

Or you can host it at your relatives house, the grandparents estate or another venue.

Subject to my availability.

When can you host your naming ceremony?

Well, that’s a good question.

You can host it when your baby is nine to 18 months old.

And when you are ready to “literally” embrace the new life into the bosom of your family bubble.

Even more exciting, it’s a social gathering whereby everyone feels part of the celebrations, they will love it!

What does the baby naming ceremony speech contain?

With the above in mind, I’ll craft and weave your personal choices into a naming ceremony speech.

Along with it nursery rhymes, singalongs [optional] and toasts your speech resonates your parental beliefs.

All in all, it is a meaningful and heartfelt touch with god parents [guide parents] chosen to play a key role in your child’s life as they grow.

fun naming ceremony two babies dressed in yellow and coral coloured cardigans

Oh Clover Jean – THANK YOU! The naming ceremony at the watermill in Amsterdam North was great! We all had the most perfect day and you were a big part of that. Thank you for bringing the sunshine!
We will definitely be recommending your services!
Big hugs,
The Hollinks xxx

image Donnie Ray Jones

Will you get something to remember the ceremony by?

Yes, a framed commemorative naming certificate.

And whether you have given birth to a son, daughter or twins it’s a beautiful reminder and special gift.

During the serving of bubbly and cake, the certificate will be presented to you at the end of the naming ceremony.

How can you book the naming ceremony?

Well, that’s pretty straightforward, four weeks before the event is perfect if you are keen to host a naming ceremony [alternative Christening].

And if this form of celebration is right for you, your daughter or son.

So, get in touch now to talk about your bespoke baby naming ceremony needs and ideas, today.

Email me or call +31 (0) 6 14817242

How much does a naming ceremony cost?

Baby blessing celebration prices

1st January 2020 – 1st February 2021

Service Fees When Description
Non – refundable Booking Fee €150 < 250 Payable on all ceremonies. As well as an addition to the ceremony fee
Naming ceremony

Baby blessing celebration

€250.00 Monday to Thursday Bespoke ceremony Duration 20 – 30 minutes.

1 symbolic naming ceremony certificate included in price

P.A system excluded

Travel costs excluded


€275.00 Friday
€275.00 Saturday
€300.00 Sunday and Bank Holiday
Amendment Fee €25 < 50

Read about what happens at a baby blessing celebration

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Clover Jean bespoke naming ceremonies in NL and UK. Namely, an awesome welcoming ceremony for your child. As well, it celebrates the beginning of parenthood. By inviting relatives to make promises, your naming ceremony expresses your desire to raise the child and marks a special milestone.  image

Clover Jean’s style of celebrancy

Bringing warmth, excitement and a sense of humor. Along with a well-written naming ceremony speech, I’ll deliver it with eloquence and ease.