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Why not incorporate a Naming day ceremony into a first birthday celebration ?
During their first year a child has so many significant milestones - their first smile, laugh or step.
A first birthday party which includes a Naming ceremony is an ideal opportunity for parents to share their hopes and aspirations for their child's future.
Often couples like to add a symbolic action into their wedding or commitment ceremony. Mixing liquids is quite popular but why not at a twist ?
Mix your own cocktail !
Below are a couple of quick and easy cocktails to make and share.
Elderflower and Gin Sherbert
Mix the elderflower cordial and gin together in a small glass or cup. Put crushed ice into your serving glass. Pour over the gin mixture. Top with bitter lemon and a few strips of lemon zest. Enjoy.
Top with Champagne. Stir gently, garnish with a long, thin lemon spiral and a cocktail cherry.
Or why not experiment with your own special recipe?
Choosing a Celebrant to help you create that special ceremony is an important step towards making your occasion a really memorable one. Why not take advantage of the free initial meeting I offer ? I believe it is important to meet informally to discuss your ideas and what I can offer. Meeting also gives us an opportunity to explore the type of ceremony that would best suit your needs.