Rustic Inspired Baptism

I L-O-V-E this party set up! If I would have a baptism again, I would probably do this set up! So simple and lovely! Mommy Weng and Baby Lana actually resides in the United States, but they wanted to have Lana’s Christening here where their loved ones are. This is actually a late post and Little Lana has already celebrated her 1st Birthday! A little segue– Mommy Weng ordered a DIY Party in a Box with a “Very Hungry Caterpillar” theme and brought to back to the states to celebrate Lana’s birthday with her friends!

Anyhoo, back to Lana’s rustic baptism… it was held in the 2nd floor function area of one of my love restaurant – Mama Lou’s! They have great, great food and a lovely interior that was so easy to style! Mommy Weng and I coordinated through viber and through one of her best friends, who is also a good friend of mine and a former teaching colleague ( sorry if you got dizzy there).  Anyway, you got the picture, all these were planned and thought of via the help of technology and Lana’s Godmother. But you know what…it was a breeze! Because I knew exactly what mommy Weng wanted, it was so easy to plan and come up with the look that she wanted.

Take a look at what we were able to do together!

Lovely distressed furniture of a Mama Lou's was a perfect back drop for our rustic theme baptism!
Lovely distressed furniture of a Mama Lou’s was a perfect back drop for our rustic theme baptism!
Hanging decors : brown, white and pink paper lanterns, and doily and burlap buntings.
Hanging decors : brown, white and pink paper lanterns, and doily and burlap buntings.

 

Burlap decorated jars, flowers in teapots, teacups, sweet treats in a tin pail and baby Lana's cutie pie pictures decorated our tables set on burlap and floral mattings.
Burlap decorated jars, flowers in teapots, teacups, sweet treats in a tin pail, pinwheels and baby Lana’s cutie pie pictures decorated our tables set on burlap and floral mattings.
Details--monogrammed jar decors and board clips.
Details–monogrammed jar decors and board clips.
Another angle of the tables cape where the teapot is shown.
Another angle of the tablescape where the teapot is shown.
Lana's Wishing Table -- Guests wrote a wish or a prayer for Alana that they will hang on the twinge tree. This was kept by Mommy Weng as a keepsake.
Lana’s Wishing Table — Guests wrote a wish or a prayer for Alana that they will hang on the twing tree. This was kept by Mommy Weng as a keepsake for little Lana to read and keep when she is older.

 

The other area of the venue where we also hung some paper lanterns on the chandelier to coordinate it with the inner room of the venue.
The other area of the venue where we also hung some paper lanterns on the chandelier to coordinate it with the inner room of the venue.
Another angle of the inside room of the lovely venue.
Another angle of the inside room of the lovely venue.

 

What theme do you have in mind for your precious ones Christening Celebration? 

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  • Wow, that venue is lovely! Perfect place for a rustic-themed celebration indeed! 🙂 If I were to have Timmy’s christening all over again, I’d probably have the theme Cars and Trains. 😀

    • Hi Toni!!!! I think that would make a cute christening theme and I am sure that Timmy will be happy with that! 🙂 I hope to see you soon!

    • Hi Pat! How I wish that also! I don’t know if you would want to be here, but I would want to live there and be in the same city as you!!! hahaha! I hope that one day we can work together for a party! 🙂