Having our office so close to Disney means it’s hard NOT to be inspired dressing the little ones! Next week, our grand daughter will be coming back for a visit to see us as their parents, my son and wife, go to witness the wedding of another set of Disney employees who met – just like they did – at Disney. It will be during this trip that I hope to remind them that living 3000 miles away is NOT as much fun as living close by.
And of course, that means my little munchkin will wear our Cinderella inspired flower girl dress for the day because EVERY little girl should be wearing Swarovski Crystals. I will likely lose that point but at least I can dress Holly in her newest dress, a Cinderella Dress. It is going to be hysterical because she is now walking so having our little munchkin walking around in her Disney princess dress made by my company will make me so, so proud beyond measure.
Will post soon!!
We recently made one for a very special and beautiful little munchkin who is “differently abled” and had it ready for pick up the same day. We do this often for these Special Needs angels who really steal our hearts. Disney merchandise doesn’t accommodate these special children (however, they are allowed to wear costumes even at older ages). We believe that even a girl who is Special Needs in her mid-thirties or a plus size little girl should still get to wear her favorite princess dress… and been doing so for transplant girls too who, because of steroids, tend to blow up, as well as various other children with special circumstances.
This was before we added her crinoline and cameo and of course, pixie dust. Her mom used a term I never heard before, Differently Abled….. I just can’t wait to see her in her dress. If you have questions, or need help to make your Princess’s day, contact us! Please call for appointments.
We developed a line of Infant and Toddler Flower Girl Dresses that come from our love of Disney. We are so lucky that we get to visit the parks at least once a week and get to bring our grand daughter too! Made in silk and tulle and plenty of pixie dust.
For the collection thus far, click here.
Melts your heart, doesn’t it?? This sweet little, barely 3 year old flower girl is determined to get her petals down. And we we so pleased to receive it from our customer Patti who said:
“Hey! I just wanted to send a picture of my great niece Marina’s dress that you made. She’s 10 now, but her dress is still my favorite flower girl’s dress that I have ever seen. It was beautiful!! Nothing I have seen at the weddings I’ve been to since can rival it”.
SUCH a nice compliment. She ordered Pegeen flower girl dress couture style 402 in plum silk and tulle. Some times being so close to Disney World we are lucky to be able to meet our customers but then, there are customers like this who live way across the country that we never get to meet – do a few family weddings for them some times – but get to know them as valued “friends” through Facebook or Instagram. Life is grand!!
When I was a little girl growing up, my siblings and I got to visit my Nana’s once a week. She and Bop (my grandfather) also took me frequently to dance lessons and I absolutely adored my time with my grandmother. She had this really pretty skin and a funny laugh and I was proud to be her namesake (along with my cousin Peggy). Nana had that even-kind of personality and had all the time in the world for her many grandchildren. It’s funny what you remember the best about them.
They also had the most fascinating spoons that were faceted which we would use when we had pudding (which was frequently) out of their Fiesta tableware that my aunt stupidly pitched in the 1970’s (holy cow the value of that Fiesta Ware alone could put a kid through medical school). My sisters and I would fight over the turquoise bowls and to this date they are still my favorite color to collect. They always had coke bottles for us when we visited and this really scarey (copy) Picasso. Don Draper would be proud how their home on Howard was decorated and we shared many good times at their home – from St. Patrick Day parties to times hanging the original 1950’s bubble lights on their Christmas Tree.
Well today, 4th of July, marks the death of Nana, who decided NOT to go out quietly like a good Irishman, and although my brother will know year certain, I believe it was in 1979. At the time I was in college finishing my senior year, in the Rockies and I remember that night, walking outside the place where I was tending bar, watching the fireworks when I heard the news. It was a sad night for me being a thousand miles from home but being in Colorado, the night was clear and the stars numbered in the millions. I secretly said to myself that I could never see fireworks again without thinking of her and being here just minutes from Disney where fireworks are an every day event, that promise has not gone unfulfilled.
Last night, my husband and I saw the fireworks at Magic Kingdom – as they have a fantastic double display to celebrate the 4th and recorded the following video. Tonight we go to Epcot to see the display there – which are filled with wonderful music celebration and both nights at least a 25 minute show. Nana, you have some incredible grandchildren and great grand children and quite a few double greats. For those of us who were privileged to truly know her, likely from cousin Teddy and up, you made all of our lives special. Your children, our parents, were so much fun as they all inherited the twinkle of mischievousness that you owned so well. From you, they taught us kindness and compassion, love of country and of family. I am so grateful that I was blessed to know you through my college days, though your last few years, like many, you were plagued with dementia. Thank you for giving me my dad, your unwavering love and devotion to family. Have a good time up there – and I will be thinking about you because every time I see fireworks I think, that is God celebration your residence.