Before diving into our original ideas for party favors at a baptism, let’s see what is the tradition. According to the tradition, at a baptism there should be classic white sugared coated almonds, but also sugared almonds either pink or blue, rigorously with an odd number.
We know that new mothers don’t have much free time, so we are suggesting you some ideas for party favors at baptisms that are easy to do and that you can make with just a small amount of work per day: the secret is to organize the job and to use all the free time in a day to make some party favors, although a few.
If you love DIY, get some paper, glue and wire to make some shabby chic party favors, and then adorn them with shells or small stones, which will make every piece unique.
If you would like more traditional party favors, you can make them with some nice fabrics: ivory-colored lace if you want something classic, or colorful fabrics with different patterns, on which you can even embroider the name of your child or sew some letter-shaped patches.
Original or traditional, the party favors must be accompanied by a sweet table. As any sweet table, also sweet tables at baptism should be colorful and scenographic. Besides pink or blue, you can pick more colors that match with the theme of the party or the season. If you want a glamour sweet table you can also serve some colorful and tasty macarons.