Erica sent pictures of her darling baby, Jessica, along with her kind comments:
“I just wanted to say thank you for all of your help to get me the Mandi dress by the 26th. It seems like that dress was made for her. I actually posted pics of her on facebook “trying on” the dresses. I got over 30 votes for the Mandi dress. I posted some pics of her on your facebook wall… Again, thank you so much for your super fast shipping and excellent customer service. I am a Labor and Delivery nurse and I will definitely recomend your company to my patients (I already have to my friends).”
Nayda sent some adorable pictures of her daughter along with her comment:
“I just wanted to say what a beautiful gown One Small Child made. I ordered the Alyssa for my daughters baptism and it was beautiful, just gorgeous. The quality was amazing and the shipping was great. This is a great site and I would recommend.”
Have you ever considered going pink for her christening gown?
Every congregation has different requirements…some prefer all-white attire for christening, but one of the trends of the past few years has been incorporating color into christening gowns and christening outfits.
I must admit here that I like to do traditional with a little twist. My first baby girl was blessed in a gown very similar to our Jessa christening gown, of white silk dupioni with dainty pink rose braid trim. I went just a bit bolder with my second daughter’s gown: a rose-pink silk ruffled slip with a pretty over-coat of delicately embroidered french netting in a soft ivory color. And it was just beautiful.
If you’re looking for something unusual, One Small Child offers several ways to introduce color in christening wear, from a tiny kiss of pink to entire gowns of mellow ivory or stunning pink. The boys are not forgotten, we also offer a traditionally cut romper in cool blue.