The Danielle Christening Gown with Lace Trim has a traditional style but won't overwhelm your daughter in lace and frills. The sleek 25-inch length gown is unadorned except for the satin hem, while the bodice is ornamented by a simple lace and satin band. The matching bonnet is trimmed with lace to frame your little girl's face.
This short-sleeved gown is handmade from polycotton batiste, which is soft and comfortable. Handmade in the USA, this outfit is machine washable and shipped with a plastic hanger and polyester bag for protection. We recommend an heirloom preservation bag (not included) for long term storage. After all, this adorable garment is sure to be worn and treasured for generations to come.
About Little Things Mean a Lot
Founded in 1983, Little Things Mean a Lot offers a wide variety of heirloom quality christening gowns and outfits. They currently stock more than 150 gowns, outfits, accessories, and gifts. Due to their specialization in religious garments, the company can also address the needs of Irish and Jewish traditions.
Over the years, Little Things Mean a Lot has become the premier specialized infant baptism, blessing outfit, and christening wholesaler in the United States. The company employs a full-time designer and scrutinizes dozens of designs to bring you fresh and attractive styles every year. Cindy Pack started this family-run business, which transitioned to sister Julie and her husband Stan Howell in 2004. The majority of the company's goods are manufactured at an American Fork, Utah, factory, with limited importing from South America.