NOW PINNING: GARDEN PARTY CHRISTENING OUTFITS

NOW PINNING: GARDEN PARTY CHRISTENING OUTFITS
Earlier this year, a mother reached out to us for assistance finding the perfect christening outfit for her daughter. When she first contacted us, she already had a very specific look in mind. She described to us the theme for her daughter’s christening. The celebration would take place outside in an intimate garden setting with a french provincial feel  (imagine a mix of cotton lace & lavender in a relaxing, elegant setting). We loved the details she had planned and felt so incredibly inspired! After we helped her find the perfect outfit (she went with the Louisa White Romper Dress), we started pinning our own inspiration board on Pinterest for a Garden Party Christening. Today, we wanted to share our three favorite Christening Outfits for your own Garden Party Celebration.
 The first dress we’re sharing is from our Clementine Collection. Made with a soft ivory cotton ivory embroidered mesh in a gorgeous vintage border floral pattern, this strapless dress is perfect for a sunny celebration.
The romper dress from our Louisa White Collection is one of our favorite options for Spring and Summer! The dress is 100% cotton, including the gorgeous floral lace overlay, so it really is the perfect option to wear in warm weather. We often hear our Louisa White Dress looks similar to something your grandmother would have made. It truly looks like a family keepsake that has been passed down and well cared for through the years. The perfect christening outfit for a little lady to wear for her garden party christening!
Last, but not least, is our Courtney Collection! Made with a champagne pima cotton and ivory embroidered lace. The Courtney Romper Dress is the perfect mix of vintage and ethereal. If your little girl wears the Courtney Dress, you’re bound to have many people ask you if this dress has been in the family for years. Also, be sure to take many photos of her in this dress … the lace photographs so beautifully outside!

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