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Christening Gift Guide

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Have you been staring at that christening, baptism or naming day invitation for a few weeks now and trying to come up with a gorgeous gift idea? Panic over. With Prince George’s christening coming up on October 23rd, you’ve never been more spoilt for choice when it comes to buying the perfect present. Check out our gallery of gift guide inspirations – from the traditional to the unusual – to help you buy a present the whole family will treasure.
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Lucky Silver Penny, The Royal Mint, £28

This lucky silver penny is dated to mark the year of the baby’s birth. Comes in either a pink or blue pouch, plus a gift card you can personalise with your own message.
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Personalised Toy Crate, notonthehighstreet.com, £42

This wooden toy crate is built to last that can be personalised to include the baby’s name. Available in a range of eight colours.
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10 Drawer memory box, childrensalon.com, £39

This baby blue memory book includes 10 drawers with space for baby’s first dummy, hospital ID bracelet, photo, hair curl, tooth, shoes, hand and foot print, cutlery and birth certificate.
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Personalised Silver Plated Yoyo, notonthehighstreet.com, £20

This silver yoyo can be engraved with up to three lines of text to make it a unique gift. Comes gift-wrapped and tied with silver ribbon.
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Baby’s Handprint in a tin, kindtoys.co.uk, £23.95

Parents can make a hand or foot print of their little one to create a lasting memory of the day of the christening.
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Sweet Silver Chimes Rattle, Babes with Babies, £235

A classic christening gift, this beautiful rattle is made from solid silver and chimes when shaken, making it a memento babies will love.
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Cashmere Gift Set, Babes with Babies, £269

If you’ve got a bigger budget to work with, this beautifully soft blanket and matching beanie for both mum and baby set is a great gift. Made from 100% cashmere and available in blue and rose.
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Ridley’s Harmonica, John Lewis, £6

As an antidote to the usual nursery rhymes, why not try this retro toy harmonica as a baby’s first musical instrument. Even young toddlers can play it (even if they might be slightly out of tune).
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