Close up detail of baby boy sitting with his mother and wearing the Elijah 3-Piece Suit made from 100% white textured cotton jacket and pants, and a white cotton / rayon blend shirt. He is also wearing the matching White Velvet Bow Tie & Boutonniere.
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Elijah 3-Piece Suit

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Greatest Blessing

Complete your beautiful baby's memorable day with one of our exquisitely-crafted outfits.

A toddler in a Victoria Puff Sleeve Christening Dress and headband stands by a chair, holding an adult's hand, in a light, elegant room.
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Victoria Puff Sleeve Christening Dress

From $235.00

Baby boy smiling on a chair wearing the Harrison 3-Piece Pants Suit made with plush white quilted cotton jack, pants, and hat
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Harrison 3-Piece Pants Suit

From $159.00

Baby boy sitting on his mother's lap. He is wearing the Miles 3-Piece Suit, including the jacket, pants, and onesie
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Miles 3-Piece Suit

From $159.00

Photo of baby girl wearing her Poppy fancy baby dress in a photo session with her mom.
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Poppy Dress & Bonnet

From $245.00

Baby sitting on a chair with brown fur. He is wearing the Liam 3-Piece Suit made with soft ivory quilted cotton and champagne silk trim. He is also wearing a champagne silk bowtie
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Liam 3-Piece Suit

From $169.00

A toddler with curly hair wearing the Ella Romper Dress and a headband sits on an elegant chair, looking slightly to the side with a curious expression.
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Ella Romper Dress

From $175.00

A baby girl in a white Grace Dress and headband lies in a cozy basket, looking up with a soft smile, surrounded by a knitted pink blanket.
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Grace Dress

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Photo of a baby wearing the Lily Christening Gown and Bonnet featuring an elegantly detailed cotton eyelet lace with a scalloped edge
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Lily Christening Gown & Bonnet


Baby boy wearing the Miles vest Suit and Newsboy Cap made with french terry in white

Miles Vest Suit

From $124.00

Baby girl with her mother. She is wearing the Lola Christening Gown and Bonnet, a baptismal gown made with a cotton undergown in light ivory featuring an all-over lace overlay.
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Lola Christening Gown & Bonnet


Photo of baby girl in her Poppy cotton baptism gown with her mom.
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Poppy Christening Gown & Bonnet


A baby in a white Joli Christening Gown and bonnet sits on an elegant couch, with a hand holding theirs, against a soft-hued backdrop.
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Joli Christening Gown


Baby boy sitting on his mother's lap. He is wearing the Braden 3-Piece Suit with the Newsboy Cap
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Braden 3-Piece Suit

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Two white, embroidered  baby blankets with decorative lace edges and textured details, elegantly displayed on a neutral beige surface, featuring letter embroidery personalization.

Initial Blanket


Baby boy sitting on a chair wearing the Harrison 3-Piece Shorts Suit made with plush white quilted cotton jacket, hat, and light blue shorts
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Harrison 3-Piece Shorts Suit

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A toddler in an Olivia Dress is held by her mother while sitting in an antique chair, both facing away from the camera in a softly lit boutique room.

Olivia Dress


Baby Blessing

In celebrating the diversity of baby blessings across many different faiths and cultures, we look at the special occasion of baby blessings in the Latter-Day Saint church. Here you will find some suggestions for our boutique baby blessing outfits, boys blessing suits and LDS blessing dresses. We also will discuss some LDS baby blessing gift ideas for family and friends. 

LDS Baby Blessing Age

In the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (LDS Church) a baby blessing is a sacred and special occasion for family and friends to meet and give their special newborn a name, present them to family and friends, and most importantly, bless the child and their physical and spiritual well-being. This can be an opportunity for your child's family to present your special one in a baby blessing outfit, stressing the importance of this unique day.

  • When should a child be blessed? There is no perfect time, but families tend to bless their child as early as 2 weeks old to as late as 4 months. The official church policy is that the baby has to be at least a week old. 

The blessing is a fulfillment of the commandment given by the Doctrine and Covenants the scripture of divine revelations and inspired declarations from the Lord to the founder of Mormonism and the Latter Day Saint Movement, Joseph Smith. Though the naming and blessing of the child are considered not essential to salvation, they are especially important for both the child and family’s comfort, guidance, and encouragement. This personal day gives the opportunity to present your special one to family and friends in a beautiful baby blessing outfit

Baby Blessing Ceremony 

Ella baby dress

The blessing of children took place during the time of Christ, and it occurred in the early years of the restored LDS Church. This ordinance has developed into a regular practice followed by families and church members ever since. It is common to dress your newly born in a baby blessing outfit, one that can be passed down for generations to come.

  • What is the purpose of a baby blessing? As one of the ordinances of the gospel, there are two purposes for the blessing of your special one within the church of the Latter-Day Saints (LDS). To begin with, it is to enter your special one’s name in the records of the Church. When a baby is blessed, a membership record is created for that person, listed as “A Child of Record,” and is counted in the statistics of the Church. Secondly, and most importantly, it is a special occasion to give your child a blessing and showcase the beauty of your new one. The blessing will be recorded in heaven, pronounced by the authority of the Holy Priesthood, thus influencing good in your child’s life. First and foremost, the naming and blessing of your special one is a commandment of God. 

“In modern revelation, parents who are members of the Church and commanded to bring their children “before the church,” where the elders “are to lay their hands upon them in the name of Jesus Christ, and bless them in his name” (D&C 20:70) - Elder Dallin H. Oak

  • Who can participate in a LDS baby blessing?  It is up to the family of the child who to invite. It is common for siblings, grandparents, aunts, uncles, cousins, as well as close family friends, to be invited. As the average Mormon family size being larger than the national average, the occasion of a baby blessing can include a lot of people Those invited are there to celebrate your special newborn and bless them, giving you a chance to present him or her in a beautiful baby blessing outfit. 

In conformity with revelation, only Melchizedek Priests may participate in the naming and blessing of your child. The blessing of your child usually occurred on the eighth day (“Eighth-Day Blessings), usually on a Sunday (or a fast Sunday). It is up to the family of the child who to invite. However, during the baby blessing ordinance itself, the family may choose to invite all family and specific visiting friends who are a part of the Melchizedek Priesthood.

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Mormon Baby Blessing

The day of your baby’s blessing is a very special occasion. And although it can be a very busy and stressful time planning not only the blessing itself but also the travels of family and friends, preparing for the actual day of blessing may help eliminate stress and allow you to focus on this sacred day for your special one. During the blessing itself, it is common to:

What to say in a LDS baby blessing?

  1. Address the Heavenly Father
  2. State the blessing is given by the leadership of the Melchizedek Priesthood
  3. Give your special one a name
  4. Give a priesthood blessing as the spirit directs, and 
  5. Close in the name of Jesus Christ

Mormon Baby Blessing Gift Ideas

We hope that we can help you commemorate the blessing of your special one on this wonderful day with our special collection of baby blessing outfits. If you've any questions regarding our blessing outfits or LDS baby blessing gift ideas please reach out to us. We're happy to help!