Little girls go through phases. One minute she wants to be a Disney Princess, the next minute a superhero. Without a doubt, the latest craze is from the hit movie Frozen. All little girls these days seem to want to be Elsa. We get countless requests for an Elsa tutu costume.
Posted by Angela S on 8/13/2014 to General Information
Not all weddings are formal. Some brides are country girls and seek to have a wedding in a rustic outdoor setting. Think about how beautiful the wedding would be among a western mountain overlook, at a historic plantation, a ranch, vineyard, beside a barnyard or even a backyard family farm location. Regardless of the specific location, the flower girl and bridesmaid clothing is important whether it's a natural, casual or informal woodsy, organic style wedding.
Posted by Angela S on 12/26/2013 to General Information
Does your daughter want to dress up as a ghost or Jack-O-Lantern but you don't feel comfortable having her doing so? Perhaps she'll be at a church function and you don't feel it's appropriate to have her dress up in a traditional Halloween costume. Maybe she has a younger sibling that you know will be frightened by a less than happy costume. Possibly it's because you like more uplifting costumes, something not so frightening. We have some great tips on how to make a traditionally "scary" costume friendly, happy and just downright silly with our cute design pointers. Instead of a ghost, she can be a silly or cheerful ghost. Instead of a Jack-o-Lantern, she can be a Happy Pumpkin.
Posted by Angela S on 10/2/2013 to General Information
Dressing your little girl up in a Super Woman or Wonder Woman costume is a blast if she's in love with female superheroes. Each look is quite similar! Running a superhero marathon? This DIY costume is a must!
Posted by Angela S on 9/16/2013 to General Information
Asking the special little girl in your life to be the flower girl in your wedding is a special occurrence. Help make the moment memorable for her so she'll feel honored and excited all wedding planning season. Asking her doesn't have to cause any money or pose large planning effort. If you can afford to spend up to $50 or if the parent of the child is willing to help pay for half of the gift (especially if the gift will be re-purposed to wear at the shower, rehearsal or wedding), it can turn out to be a good value. I'll discuss this in more detail in a bit.
Posted by Angela S on 9/9/2013 to General Information