A humanist naming ceremony is a beautiful way of formally welcoming a child into the family and of acknowledging their given name. It is a non-religious equivalent of such events as christenings and baptisms for those of faith.
Families enjoy the gathering together of all the family connections and loved ones important in the child’s life, as well as formally recognising and honouring key figures such as Grandparents, Aunts and Uncles and Guide-parents – the humanist take on the traditional Godparent role.
Naming ceremonies can be held for babies and children of any age. It is becoming popular to coincide the naming ceremony with a first birthday to make a combined celebration, or to signify the first birthday together with adopted parents at any age. Naming ceremonies are also held for adults choosing to change their name.
The ceremony itself can take place anywhere, for example, in your house, back garden, favourite park, place in nature, restaurant or other venue.
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