Winter Baptism Ideas to Bless Your Little Bundle of Joy!

Bless your little bundle of joy this winter with an elegant celebration filled with homemade details suited for a budget-friendly affair with close friends and family. Choose the right color palette in winter blue and gold, add the right mix of decorations and favors, and prepare a delicious fare for your guests amidst the joyous ambiance of the holidays! (*this post contains affiliate links)

Winter Baptism Ideas from the Cake to the Decorations

Sending the word out by early Fall is recommended since many people start planning their holiday trips. Photo-based invitations (1) are a great option, since you can head out to places like CVS, Walgreens, or Wal-mart to print them out. You can also find fill-in the blank invitations that you can find on Amazon, which are another easy way of getting the word out.

Step up to the challenge with your baking skills! This beginner level winter wonderland themed snowflake cake (2) from Wilton provides you with all the instructions needed to create a lovely wintry blue cake complete with sprinkles and icing. Complete your masterpiece with a “God Bless” cake topper in glittery gold available on Amazo (3).

Homemade winter baptism party decorations

For a winter-inspired tablescape, we like the look of a winter wonderland without going overboard on faux snow and bauble table décor. Think delicate touches of lace coupled with pearls and metallic accents. Your dinnerware can be as simple as white china on gold plate chargers together with homemade lace candleholders (4) and shimmering candlelight laid on mirrors and pearls (7).

Celebrate this special occasion with favors such as keepsake frames (6) that can be displayed on a console table at home. You can give guests a real treat by setting up a winter candy buffet table consisting of such holiday favorites as M&Ms, mint chocolates, peppermint candy, and marshmallows. Include a backdrop of decorations such as honeycomb balls and a “God Bless” burlap banner available on Amazon (5).

Wondering What to Serve at a Winter Baptism?

Since this event will be during the holidays, it would be practical to have a buffet style gathering as opposed to a sit-down style dinner that makes serving food more accessible for guests. You can plan on a festive menu consisting of either roast beef, salmon, or grilled chicken as your main entrée. Prepare easy side dishes consisting of a creamy potato casserole, a kale vinaigrette salad, and rice pilaf. Some kid-friendly options include macaroni and cheese, bbq chicken sliders, and sweet potato fries. For desserts, brownies, pecan pie, gingerbread cookies, cheesecake, and bread pudding are simple to make or buy.

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