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Mrs Susie Roberts

Naming Ceremonies are becoming increasingly popular amongst parents to officially welcome their child and bring together all of the important family and friends who will have a part in their life.

I love Naming Ceremonies as they are extremely special and very personal.

There are no ‘rules’ to a naming ceremony, so each is completely unique and tailored.
Naming ceremonies are not necessarily just for the arrival of a new baby, they can also be held to welcome adopted children into the family, or even for an adult who has chosen to change their name.

Mrs Linda Brewer CMC JP(Qual)

Welcoming a child into the family and your wider circle of friends and the community is a time of great joy.

Mrs Dale Hamlyn CMC- LISMORE

†It is one of the great joys of this job to witness the love and devotion of parents to their children (our greatest gift) A Naming Ceremony is an opportunity to welcome a child of any age into your family and announce to your extended family and friends,your's and the God parents intentions of love, support and nurturing in your child's future.This is one of life's joyful moments for not only you to remember but also for your child to be reminded in later years how much they were celebrated and loved.

Ms Sherryl Searles CMC

Mrs Michelle Paterson CMC


A Naming Ceremony is a wonderful way to celebrate and acknowledge the gift of a new baby and welcome a child into the world.

Mrs Ketrina Coffey CMC

It would be a true†honour for me to hold your Naming Ceremony.†I have two little boys of my own, for which we held a Naming Ceremony last year.† A heart felt occasion, shared with family and friends and welcoming our little ones into the world…beautiful!† We have lots of fun too, especially with the bubble machine!!

Mrs Sheridan Bryant CMC, JP(Qual), M.MSc

Designing very special ceremonies from the Mountain to the Sea.......