What is a good christening gift for a baby boy?

DISCLOSURE: This post contains affiliate links. If you purchase anything through one of these links we will earn a commission at no additional cost to you.

Question by kristinaanneblack: What is a good christening gift for a baby boy?
Any suggestions? I've thought about the Precious Moments figurines and that's my last resort but I feel like I can find something better and not so generic as a lot of other things out there.

Any ideas would be appreciated!

Best answer:

Answer by Trini_^
Go to a catholic store. You can find all kinds of gifts. I would suggest a religious story book.
Maybe you can find something here:


I ordered from this place. Prices are cheap, but they shipping is free and slow. So order early if you decide to.

What do you think? Answer below!

This entry was posted in Baptism Gifts and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink.

4 Responses to What is a good christening gift for a baby boy?

  1. berrel says:

    My son was given a little cross pin to wear on his bapitsm that is actually a tie pin. It’s silver and small and very cute. I think with a little research you can get one at a jewelry store.
    Books with a religious/spiritual theme are also nice.

  2. Barbara B says:

    Figurines only collect dust – a book can be read and re-read.

    How about a book of childrens bible stories?

  3. soprano440 says:

    I agree with Shannon, something silver. Maybe a piggy bank that they can keep and use when they are older. You can get it engraved so it is personalized.

  4. Shannon says:

    I think a gift of baby silver is appropriate for the occasion – this can include a rattle, a spoon, a cross, etc. Just make sure it is real sterling silver and not silver-plate. It is an elegant and timeless gift.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *