Tuesday, September 20, 2011
Gwenyth's Baptism and Brunch
The menu was so delicioous and yummy and I tried to keep it simple, which is often quite hard for me. I loved how everything turned out and it all looked just so.....pretty! I borrowed beautiful ornate chafing dishes for the food to keep warm in and bought matching containers for the drinks to be poured from. Also, we had a big tent in case it rained that also added to the elegance of everything. As for the menu, we had homemade biscuits and gravy, waffles with a homemade blueberry sauce (this sauce was ridiculous with all it's yummyness), Baked Stuffed French Toast, Roasted Potatoes, Summer Fruit Salad, Individual Omelet cups, Ham, assorted scones, coffee cake and muffins, individual fruit and yogurt parfaits topped with granola and Aunt Rita's yummy delicious cake!
It was such a wonderful day. We cannot be happier with the decision we have made to raise our children in a faithful, loving family with Christian beliefs. We hope that by with the guidance we provide them, as well as their Godparents, they will continue on the same path and continue to be as blessed as they were on the day of their Baptisms.