Baby Ethan got all dressed up for brunch and just look at how handsome he looks in our pink & blue bow-tie and suspenders onesie!! Could more sophisticated brunch attire exist? We think not!
If your child’s Christening bonnet was pulled from the corner of the attic and is enshrined in a layer of dust, we think it’s time for a new family heirloom! And we have the perfect one for your little angel on their special day. Our keepsake bonnets will be in your family from the time the priest dips your baby’s teeny head in holy water to the day he or she will carry it as a hanky down the aisle when they say “I do”. This emblem will come to hold countless memories in its delicate white seams and is a sure way to connect generations in the most special way possible. Not only do we have keepsake bonnets but lace bonnets and wonderful other styles– check out baby Paige in her beautiful Christening bonnet!
What’s better than ONE fabulous dress? TWO of course. Our reversible dresses are back in a striking new pattern. *applause, applause* You know the drill–it can be worn one pattern or simply turned inside out and worn in another. One of the patterns is a vintage pattern of mushrooms that look like they’re taken straight out of a 1960s storybook. The other side of the dress comes in a lovely shade of light purple and is adorned with a white lace pocket–it is beautiful in its simplicity.
Bride-to-be and caught in a hairy situation–literally? Fret not; bridal pins are the answer to your musings about which hair style to do. The first hairpiece consists of thin twists of gold wire embedded with gold pearls and tiny beads with long strands of thin white feathers attached to the end. The thin wire twists look like a gorgeous piece of artwork from a city gallery and the feathers add a touch of pizzazz to a wedding ensemble that may be more traditional. The second hairpiece consists of layers organza petals alternating with adjustable wired petals embedded with swarvsky crystals and pearls. One step closer to perfect wedding: Check!
“Nerissa” ostrich feather and crystal medallion comb. As seen in InStyle magazine.