Monday, April 2, 2012

Baptism Lunch


A couple days ago I shared a little bit about our Oldest Little Man's special baptism day.

I had really wanted to make the day very special and memorable for him. I decided I wanted to set up a special lunch just for him and family. I also used his baptism lunch to display and give him the quilt that I made just for this day.


I kept everything super simple. I printed off a bunch of black and white photos of Oldest through the years. Then I strung up some gray yarn and attached some of the photos clothesline-style with clothes pins.

I hung the other pictures on the wall by the quilt in a type of collage. I also sewed a really simple pennant banner out of some of the left over fabric from his quilt.



I also added some framed pictures.


I set out mason jars for the guest drinks and threw in the ever-so-lovely coordinating stripped straws. LOVE. I chose gray to go with the quilt and banner.



The menu was super simple, but super delicious.

We served lemonade in this quite delightful glass container which was a Christmas present from Hubby.


The rest of the menu:

simple ham and swiss cheese sandwiches
chips
cheesecake
sugar cookies (made by my friend)





It was a great afternoon and a lovely lunch all in celebration for our special Little Man.

5 comments:

M. Jorgensen said...

Looks like a job well done! The quilt looks great!!!! Way to go super mommy! :)

Whatever Dee-Dee wants said...

Love the quilt and the lunch set up. baptisms are such a special time, it was fun to see how you celebrated.

Stockhoff Family said...

You really did a great job on the quilt! All the food was yummy.

Melissa Bo said...

The quilt looks so pretty!

Your pictures are wonderful, looks like he had a very special day. =)

ACarter said...

Congratulations! It looks like it was a beautiful day!

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