The 100 first days is a Chinese traditional celebration that marks the end of the first 3 months of life for a new baby. According to traditional Asian believe, the first 100 days is when the baby and mum are most vulnerable to the negative elements. Therefore they were advised to stay indoors to avoid illness.
Other than 100 days celebration, most Chinese families in Malaysia also choose to celebrate their baby’s first full month – otherwise known as the ‘Full Moon’. Essentially the point of both celebrations is to celebrate the welcoming of a new baby into the family, and… well do we really need more of an excuse for a party? Friends, extended families and relatives are invited over to celebrate the very first introduction of the new baby as a new member of the family.
To hold a 100 days celebration or Full Moon party, it doesn’t matter whether you invite 10 or 100 people, what’s most important is that you enjoy celebrating your new baby! In terms of party details, a mix of old and new is always a nice twist, and you can host your party either at home or at a nice restaurant. Do what is best and works for you.
Grandparents often LOVE the opportunity to plan something as momentous as this. It’s a great way for them to get involved while you get on with the joy of getting to know your new baby but only if they have the capacity to do so as planning an event is not an easy task to handle, especially when you are lack of resources for extra help. Alternatively, you can always call on an event planner to help you with all the details you need (like Fabulous Party Planner!)
Here we share a baby welcome party for a repeat client, Anne Rajasaikan, a renowned social activist; for her 2nd child, Shane a few years back.
|silver package birthday candy buffet|
|candy buffet 100 days celebration & full moon|
|baby 100 days celebration cupcake in monochrome|
|entrance balloon pillars|
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