Your baby is finally here and, of course, you want to celebrate the arrival. But neither you nor your partner is particularly religious. Enter baby naming ceremonies, a personalized and relaxed alternative to traditional celebrations like a christening, bris or zeved habat (aka a Jewish baby naming ceremony for girls).

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So what is infant baptism? Basically, it's an event where family and friends celebrate the birth of a baby and welcome them into the world. This is an opportunity to share your child's name (and its meaning, if you will) while surrounded by loved ones.

The naming ceremony has no legal or religious component, which means you can do almost anything you want. You can have a naming ceremony in your own home, outside in a park or park, at a hotel, in a community center – wherever you want. You can decorate with balloons or keep things simple.

They can be long (think: all day) or 20 minutes. However, if it's longer, you might consider serving food and drinks.

Baby naming ceremonies can (but don't have to) include vows, readings, music, or rituals such as lighting candles, planting trees, or printing hands and feet. Then after the ceremony, everyone can get together and meet the newest member of your family.