Baptism Treats and Gifts

Emme's baptism

Our goddaughter Emmerson was baptized this weekend! The baptism service was followed by a party at a nearby park — the perfect occasion to put several previous Seakettle projects to use!

Dessert and gift table

I made a batch of Oreo truffle pops (note for the future: they get a bit soft outside in warm weather!).

Oreo truffle pops

I used Hostess with the Mostess’ sugar cookie recipe and my mom’s icing recipe to make pink and white cross cookies.

Cross sugar cookies

Cross sugar cookies

Emmerson’s mom, Jillian, and I made fluffy pink pom poms to hang over the cake/gift table, and they’ll soon hang over Emmerson’s crib!

Pink pom pomsDessert and gift table

Jillian also made adorable fabric banners to hang at the party (and later in the nursery).

Heart banner

And though Greg and I didn’t exactly make our gift for Emmerson, I wanted to share the idea. We purchased a child-size rosary bracelet (still too big, but hopefully she’ll love it someday!) from a local church gift shop. Then we ordered (from Etsy) a tiny stamped charm with her name on it! Greg expertly added the charm to the bracelet using a tutorial on jump rings.

Rosary charm

In keeping with the rosary idea, I made a card/CD cover with the words to the prayer “Hail, Holy Queen” on the front, and we included a favorite CD in a pocket inside.

Hail Holy Queen

Congratulations, Emmerson Grace!

3 thoughts on “Baptism Treats and Gifts”

  1. It was the perfect baptism, the perfect day, and the PERFECT godparents! We love you! XO

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