Pink Christening Party: Inspirational Feature from Home Confetti

Pink baptism party sweets table. Photo by Officina Stravagante

We have our dear blogger-friend Rosemarie Massaro to thank for featuring this sweet Pink Christening Party on her blog Home Confetti. Otherwise, we might have missed out on all the adorable details put together by Mom (a wedding and event planner at Officina Stravagante) all the way from sunny Italy!

The photos of the party elements could actually speak for themselves—they’re that pretty. But we can’t help but point out what we love about the decorations, goodies, and favors. Who knows, these just might be the inspiration you’ve been looking for for your own little one’s christening!

Pink baptism party. Photo: Officina Stravagante

Table Settings and Centerpieces

  • All-white linens, china, and centerpieces create such a pure, pristine ambiance. A rare sight for a children’s party, but perfect for an infant’s celebration, don’t you agree?
  • The floral centerpieces are equally sweet and simple—combining what looks like white hydrangeas with dainty baby’s breath.
  • Quilted white chair covers also somehow remind us of an infant’s nursery.

Invitations and Paper Goods

How sweet is the medallion-style ‘E’ monogram (for baby Emilia) that appears on the pink, white, and black invites, the cake, the favor packaging, and the bottle labels. While the pink and white palette is so cleverly applied through a mix of stripes, polka dots, gingham, and floral prints.

Sweet Treats

  • The christening cake is such a charmer, with its striped frosting, the ‘E’ medallion, and a quaint doll topper in the cutest outfit!
  • Bird-shaped cookies and pink lemonade served in milk bottles are just some of the tempting goodies on the dessert table (see all in the full post).
  • And whatever those letters spelling Emilia’s name are made of, they definitely look good enough to eat!

Baptism Party Favors “Bomboniere”

  • Awaiting the party guests are mini mason jars filled with pink and chocolate desserts, each finished with a pink ribbon, little spoon, and favor tag.
  • Darling pink favor purses thank guests for coming (in Italian, of course!).
  • And for take-home treats, scallop-edged paper cones lie ready for scooping candies into.

Kudos to Emilia’s stylist-mom for creating one of the sweetest party scenes for this milestone occasion (photography by A Click for Two)! We’ve certainly got lots of ‘pink prettiness’ inspiration now for girly events—as we’re sure you do, too!

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