But it was 'Wonder Mom' — godmother Marie McCrea — who added the heart.
McCrea's indomitable spirit came out in a surprise video of how she'd cared for a severely disabled husband while also battling cancer and still managing to joyously raise three kids.
This brought tears to McCrea — and some naming ceremony guests.
Oh, and the McCrea family are cruisers— Marie and her late husband first sailed as a young couple on Royal Caribbean's Song of America.
Philadelphian McCrea was chosen from more than 16,000 nominations in a #WonderMom TikTok contest, nominated by her daughter Allie, who joined her on stage with Michael Bayley, president and CEO of Royal Caribbean International; Jason Liberty, president and CEO, Royal Caribbean Group; and Wonder of the Seas Capt. Henrik Loy.
Longest serving crew member
Bayley acknowledged Harri Kulovaara and Kelly Gonzalez on the newbuild team, Chantiers de l'Atlantic and Royal Caribbean's senior executives.
He also singled out Alex Lockwood of Bluefields, Nicaragua, a member of Royal Caribbean's housekeeping staff since 1982, and the longest serving crew member on this ship of 3,200 crew.
'He's old, but not as old as me,' quipped Bayley, himself a former crew member with 11 years at sea. Bayley added he'd calculated Lockwood had served 1.4m guests during his shipboard career.
Richard Fain in the house
And Liberty in his acknowledgment included a shout out to 'our renowned chairman, my mentor' Richard Fain in the audience.
'If you look at every inch of this ship, you will see his fingerprints on it,' Liberty said.
Salmanazar of Champagne
Two burly ship's officers carried out a Salmanazar of Champagne — equivalent to 12 standard bottles — to show what was a fitting size to use for ushering in the world's largest cruise ship.
McCrea pushed a button, triggering the release of the actual naming bottle, which duly smashed on the hull.
Then showers of white confetti rained down on the AquaTheater crowd, where some of those in the front-row seats were a little damp after the splashy opening performance.