Baptism & Christening Flowers and Gifts Delivery
Flowers are a perfect gift for a baptism or a christening. Having a gorgeous arrangement delivered to the parents acknowledges the important milestone in their child's spiritual journey. Baptism flower arrangements and gifts from Proflowers range in style from simple to elegant to help celebrate this day with reverence and grace.
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Baptism flowers celebrate new life
Baptism flowers can adorn the Church or the home--flowers have been used for religious and spiritual ceremonies around the world because they represent growth and rebirth. Sending baptism floral arrangements helps to celebrate this important sacrament--as the priest pours water over the infant's head, it symbolizes the child entering into the faith of their parents, godparents, and the Church.
Something special for the parents
Sending christening flowers is a beautiful way to celebrate the sacrament of baptism and the child's spiritual journey. Consider also an elegant bouquet of roses for the mother of the child. Red roses often celebrate a formal event or turning point in a person's life. However, white roses are also an exceptional choice to commemorate a baptism. White symbolizes purity and innocence, the qualities celebrated at a christening. In the Catholic faith, white lilies often represent the Virgin Mary.
Consider a delicate bouquet with pink roses as a focal point. Or an arrangement with the unexpected beauty of roses, larkspurs, hypericum berries, Queen Anne's Lace, and Limonium. These lovely gifts will add to the joy of the occasion and can grace the reception hall or the home.
Shop all flowers and gifts at Proflowers
At Proflowers, our spring selection is filled with baptism and christening blooms as well as our best-selling flowers for all occasions. Send colorful Easter flowers to friends and family, and send Easter gift baskets to all your nieces and nephews or grandchildren for a little extra something from the Easter Rabbit.