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Boy Baptism Party in Blue, White and Gold

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This elegant boy’s baptism party by The Sweet Society is an affair to remember! From the placard welcoming guests to the gorgeous dessert table and decorations to the specially wrapped chocolate favor bars to take home, every detail of this gathering has been thoughtfully considered.

Boy Baptism Party Decorations


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I especially like the idea of playful graphic stripes juxtaposed against the more formal filigreed name plates used throughout the event. Decorations are kept to a tasteful minimum but all have been carefully coordinated.

Boy Baptism Party Decorations

Baptism Party for Baby Boy

The tiered skirt and fresh flowers enhance the setting, yet because of the color choices, the overall effect is still little boy masculine. The dessert table quietly beckons guests with a formal symmetry in classic blue, tan and white, which is a wonderful combination for a wee gentleman’s party.

Boy Baptism Party Dessert Table Ideas

The Lucas nameplate commands attention and invites guests to the dessert table where the cake is a darling centerpiece. On top of the stripes sets a little guy, pacifier in mouth, teddy bear at his side—precious!

Boy Baptism Party Dessert Table Ideas

Fanciful apothecary jars wear ribbon neckties and hold all manner of tempting treats. The clear containers showcase candy that even coordinates with the color theme. Cookies and cake pops round out the sweet menu.

Boy Baptism Party Candy Bar Wrapper Favors

Chocolate bars wrapped in stripes, with Lucas’ name and date of baptism, make thoughtful favors, as do the miniature take-out boxes waiting to be filled with party overflow. Such a lovely setting is sure to enhance cherished memories of a special family celebration.  


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Stephanie Keeping

Stephanie is in love with a boy named Sam. He has taught her that it's okay to jump first and look later, to wear a dirty shirt to the park and to decide that today is a good day to take a nap in your rubber boots. She hangs out here blogging at Spaceships and Laser Beams and at our printable party shop on Etsy.