There is a belief in Chinese tradition that the first 100 days is when a baby and their mum are most vulnerable, which calls for a cause to celebrate the baby’s survival of the first 100 days. This is an important day because the celebration represents the wish for the baby to live 100 years. In old Chinese customs, the baby will wear a silver longevity pendant, called “Longevity Lock” in Chinese, on the neck.
Peacock Gardens was very privileged to cater for Willow Yan Ringwood’s first 100 days celebration today, hosted by Dr. Wilson and Rita Ip. Our function room was decorated with dashes of pearl, pink and purple. We served up a scrumptious meal but most importantly, we hope that the Yan and Ip family had a wonderful gathering. Please find some of the photos of the event below.