The Top 6 Gifts To Bring To A Baptism

by Benny Avina January 20, 2017 3 min read

The Top 6 Gifts To Bring To A Baptism

If you already know the phrase, “born with a silver spoon in his mouth,” you may already be familiar with traditional baptism gifts. While a silver spoon isn’t the only traditional christening gift to give, it can be challenging picking out the perfect baptism gift for a baby. At DaySpring Milestones, we’re proud to offer a large selection of unique personalized gifts online. If you’re struggling to find a baptism gift for an upcoming christening, consider some of the baptism gift ideas below.

Baptism Rosary

A baptism rosary can make a great gift for any baptism. Rosaries come in a variety of styles and colors and are extremely durable, so you’re sure to find a unique, one-of-a-kind piece. Many rosaries can even be engraved with the little one’s name or initials, adding even more sentimental value to an already thoughtful gift. A rosary is the perfect gift to encourage young children to develop a personal and loving relationship for the Blessed Mother. When the child is old enough to be educated on the rosary, they can use these beads to recite the Hail Mary and the Our Father prayer

New Children’s Bible

Giving the gift of a children’s Bible is a great way to introduce young children to the Christian faith. Although the little one being baptized won’t be able to enjoy reading their Bible for a few years, there’s no better way to inspire them to indulge themselves in the Word of God.

Personalized Crosses & Crucifixes

If you’re going for a more traditional baptism gift, a decorative cross or crucifix can be a great addition to any young child’s room. At DaySpring Milestones, we carry a variety of personalized baptism crosses with thought-provoking verses. Our 1st Holy Communion Christening Wall Cross can be personalized with any name and comes in a variety of colors. This special gift will be cherished for a lifetime and can be hung in the child’s bedroom or nursery to enjoy for years to come.

Personalized Baptism Photo Frame

A personalized baptism photo frame can make the perfect gift for any young child’s baptism. By giving the gift of a personalized baptism photo frame, parents will be able to keep special moments of the day’s event in a cherished and practical keepsake. Our four-by-six Baptism Photo Frame can be customized with the young child’s name and baptism date and includes a touching verse from the Bible. This special gift can be used to decorate the child’s nursery room or can be showcased on the family’s fire mantel.

Personalized Baptism Keepsake Box

If you’re looking for a gender-neutral gift to give the young child being baptized, consider getting them a personalized keepsake box to store their special life momentos. Our Natural Cherry Keepsake Box can be engraved with the custom text of your choice and is a personal favorite among our baptism customers. You can choose to personalize the keepsake box with someone’s name, initials, or even a heartfelt message or Bible verse to make it completely customized.

Personalized Baptism Plaque

Another unique gift idea to bring to a baptism is a personalized baptism plaque. DaySpring Milestones is proud to offer a premier selection of beautiful and touching baptism plaques for boys and girls online. Our Personalized Baptism Plaque can be personalized to include the child’s name as well as the date of their baptism.

Shopping for the perfect baptism gift can be a challenge — but it doesn’t have to be! At DaySpring Milestone, we’re proud to offer a diverse selection of personalized gifts for every occasion online. Whether you need help finding a Christmas gift for mom, an anniversary gift for a loved one, or birthday gifts for a friend, you’re sure to find something special at our online store.

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