New Motif for Baptisms and More
Our latest design in Baptism wear features daisy embroidered satin and hand-beaded daisy lace. From shoulder to hem this dress is approximately 23-24″ (depending on the size). It was designed to brush past baby’s toes, while the included headband wraps her dainty head like a soft crown of flowers.
Classic Bodice & Plush Satin
Little ladylike puff sleeves are the perfect starting point for this dress. These sleeves, along with a definitive round neck bodice, are made from pure white satin. Unlike vertical plain weave, satin has a special weaving process. As such, light reflects off diagonally “floating” yarns. Therefore giving off a soft, rich glow! Our satin is a distinct mid-weight fabric. It is therefore universal, not too heavy for summer, yet warm enough for winter events.
Hand beaded lace to decorate the waist is just the right amount of embellishment. It is a graceful transitional piece from satin simplicity to elaborate embroidery.
Beginning around 900 years ago the life of embroidery on fabric took shape. What started out as artisan intricate artwork on fabric soon became the mark of wealth. It quickly gained favor among the majority and remains sought-after today.
In 1820, white embroidery on a white backdrop came to mean fresh-purity and youth. We wanted to bring this same feel to our Arianne Christening Dress. This is where the elaborate details of the skirt come in. Ornate daisies of varying sizes adorn the skirt in the form of exquisite needlepoint. White embroidery on white satin provide princess type quality. In addition, this historic artisan technique offers touch-ably pleasing textile. Finally, graceful scallops make up the hem for a feminine finish. All-in-all, every skirt element combines for a simple, beautiful, time-less dress.
This heirloom worthy gown could easily be a link from your little one to future generations.