Creating Ceremony for Pregnancy, Childbirth & Motherhood Creating Ceremony for Pregnancy, Childbirth & Motherhood

Creating Ceremony for Pregnancy, Childbirth & Motherhood


Preparing to welcome a child into your life, whether biologically or through adoption, is a profound journey. Traditional baby showers focus on material support, but they often miss the deeper, spiritual aspects of becoming a parent. Our course offers an alternative, helping you craft meaningful rituals that honor this significant life transition.

Designed for women who are looking for a purposeful and heartfelt way to prepare for and celebrate motherhood, this course guides you through creating ceremonies that resonate deeply with your journey. 

In this course, we will cover:

  • Baby Shower Alternatives: Creating meaningful experiences that honor the spiritual journey into motherhood, balancing material support with deeper, emotional preparation.
  • Birth Rituals: Tips for the birth itself, creating rituals of care around welcoming birth and the deep transformation it creates in the heart and body, suitable for both hospital and home births.
  • Baby Welcoming Rituals: Developing ceremonies to welcome your baby into the community and assign special roles to those who will be a part of your village, a special time to honor your child's very first rite of passage.
  • Initiation into Motherhood Rituals: Less focused on baby, and more focused on the profound transition from maidenhood to motherhood, these rituals will support your identity transformation.

Explore ideas for rituals involving your partner, your community, other women, and eventually your child. Whether it's your first baby or you’re adding to your family, this course helps you transition with care, honoring both the joys and the grief that come with such a significant change.

Understand how to navigate potential challenges, such as including family and friends who may be unfamiliar with ceremonies or concerned about your approach. Learn practical tips for planning and executing these rituals, ensuring that they fulfill your purpose and create a sacred container for your intentions.

A special section of the course is dedicated to using jewelry and adornment to mark this milestone, building heirlooms for the next generation. Learn how to create meaningful pieces that symbolize this transition and can be cherished by your family for years to come, whether you have them crafted with a jeweler or create them at home with your circle of women.

Enrollment in the self-guided course also gets you access to our Monthly integration calls where we talk in a safe, private space about rituals & ceremonies, troubleshooting common issues, and connecting by retelling our experience and stories. 

Join us to create a meaningful experience that honors your journey into motherhood, supports your spiritual growth, and celebrates the arrival of your child in a way that feels genuine and heartfelt.

This course is being developed. Please sign up to let us know you're interested in this course and we will let you know when the course is available to purchase.

The more you celebration your life, the more there is in life to celebrate. — Oprah Winfrey

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Ceremony Crafting with Kate Ellen

Jewelry is an ancient adornment tool deeply rooted in the feminine, and it naturally integrates with ceremony—a connection that we see in wedding rituals across the world. But what if we harnessed this unique combination of adornment and ceremony for other sacred life moments?

A women will cross many important rites and thresholds in her lifetime, yet the only one that is honored with this type of sacred beautification is for her wedding.

Prior to her career in jewelry, she was a sexual health educator, teacher, and case manager, and Kate Ellen now brings her expertise to her e-courses, marrying the concept of ceremony & ritual with women's wellness. She facilitates transformative experiences, helping women harness the healing power of ceremony to navigate all of life's significant moments with grace and meaning.

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