There's nothing better than a thoughtful proposal. That's why we have prom-posals and bridesmaid proposals in addition to The Big Proposal. Choosing a godparent is so important, we think it deserves a proposal of its own. Turns out, lots of Etsy and Amazon creators agree. Here are a few creative ways to pop the question!
Sure, your little one can't talk yet, but a bodysuit like this one is a touching way for your babe to get the point across.
Every potential godfather will be flattered to be compared to The Godfather. After he says yes, get him as a Christmas gift.
Who doesn't want to play the part of a fairytale heroine? She'll say yes faster than you can sing "Bippity-Boppity-Boo!"
Because you shouldn't have to wait for the First Holy Communion to open a celebratory bottle of wine. You can personalize these labels to say "Will you be my?" instead of "I'm glad you are my," too.
They say a picture is worth 1,000 words, but this picture frame only needs five to ask the pressing question. After the big day, you can replace the photo with a shot from the baptism.
Your chosen godmother will be able to wear this necklace at every important event in your chid's life to remind them of their bond. This interlocking-circle design is available in silver, yellow gold, and rose gold.
If there's an Alex and Ani fan in your life, she'll be thrilled to get the "godmother" charm bangle bracelet. This one is also available in silver and yellow gold.
Godfathers deserve some bling, too. This keychain can be an everyday reminder how special a certain guy is to your family.
There's nothing wrong in admitting you need a little — okay, a lot of — help. If you're really in the weeds, there's that uses language we're sure the priests disapprove of. But that's why you picked good godparents — they'll get you back in line.
It may seem businesslike to offer a promotion over coffee, but once she sees how cute this mug is, she'll be pleased. The floral design works for Disney and non-Disney fans alike.
If you're thinking ahead to next Christmas, sneak this ornament onto their tree and see how long it takes them to notice it — it'll seem like a message directly from Santa.
Scrabble tiles look like baby blocks, which make for a cute, 3-D element for your proposal. If they're board-game fans, it's a cute way to make your question a little more personal, too.
If you want to combine a bunch of these ideas into one pretty box, this package includes a notecard for you to write in, a personalized mug, a bracelet with the baby's birthstone, a godmother poem, and a tank top for the godmother-to-be. After all that, how can she say no?
Add this graphic to your to save these creative ways to ask "Will you be a godparent?"