Your daughter is only christened once in her life, so make sure she looks her best in the Samantha Hand Embroidered Silk Christening Gown. This traditional off-white silk 33 inch long gown is hand embroidered along the bodice and skirt. Open work lace and a scalloped hemline are unique details that will impress spectators as you hold your little angel at this holy ceremony. The matching collar and bonnet frame your baby's face to emphasize her sweet chubby cheeks.
This short-sleeved gown is made from 100% silk dupioni, which is soft and comfortable. An attached slip ensures comfort and preserves the integrity of the dress for future generations. Handmade in South America, this gown is shipped with a padded preservation hanger and zippered vinyl keepsake bag for protection. We recommend an heirloom preservation bag (not included) for long term storage. Please note that all natural silk fabrics have slubs which are an inherent part of the fibers and add to the individuality of the set. These should not be mistaken for flaws in the fabric.
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.