What is an appropriate amount of money give as a christening gift?

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The appropriate amount of money to be given as a christening gift is very dependent on your relationship to the person who is receiving their christening. A good rule of thumb is 25 to 50 dollars if the person is a close friend, and 100 to 300 dollars if they are a close relative. Other appropriate gifts include a christening bible, a Christian themed teddy bear, such as a guardian angel bear, or a cross necklace.
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Money has always been considered an appropriate gift for a newly-christened child. Often children are christened as babies, and babies bring lots of new financial considerations for
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You can give keepsake bible, or some christening accessories. I bought the bible and bips embroidered holy cross for my cousin's daughter at My Sweet Dress.com. They shipped so fast
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The Chrismation is the Greek church involves three sacraments: the baptism, the first communion and the confirmation. Unlike the Catholic church this is one event not three separate
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The appropriate amount to give, I think, is the amount appropriate for. your. budget. $150 means the difference between eating and not eating if you're living on social security.
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