Easter is a big celebration for adults, but that does not mean that babies get to miss out on the fun. Easter dresses are the best way to get your baby girl in on the festivities. While finding an Easter dress may not sound like as big a deal as, say, finding christening dresses, the occasion still warrants enough thought for you to find the best outfit for your baby.
Easter signifies the start of spring, or symbolically, a new beginning so finding Easter dresses essentially means finding a nice spring dress for your baby. The following should give you an idea how to find the best Easter dresses:
- Consider the material right for the season. Since spring starts at Easter, you will need to consider clothing that will be comfortable in the spring time. Coming off from the winter months, you may still be thinking of getting thick, warm fabrics. As such, you need to put your mind into spring-mode and look for nice, airy fabrics that will be comfortable for your baby no matter how brightly the sun shines. Of course, if you are attending a formal service, choices like the Baby Girls Easter Dresses which come with embroidery and scallop designs on the hem may be a good idea.
- Bright colors and prints make nice Easter dresses. Since Easter symbolizes the start of spring time, you can be sure your baby girl will stand out in bright colors. Floral prints will also add to how attractive she looks. The good thing about finding nice, attractive colors is not only so your baby girl will look pretty, but the dress will also serve as good entertainment for her, such as when you are sitting down for an Easter Sunday church service.
- Consider the comfort that your little girl will get far above looks. In addition to choosing the fabric that is suitable for the change of season, as well as finding an attractive design, you will do well to consider comfort. Comfort in little girl dresses is not only limited to the feel of the fabric, but also the design and the style: you will need to look at the straps, the length of the dress, and perhaps the closures on it. For example, multiple spaghetti straps may look cute, but if they keep falling off your baby’s shoulders, they may turn out to be a nuisance. A balloon-type skirt may look very attractive, but if it is too long, your baby may wind up tripping on its edges, and instead of a happy princess-looking baby, you may have a bawling little girl in no time. Also, check the workmanship of the dress as well as the fabric: a weakness of little girl dresses is sometimes that the seams are too itchy for little girls to enjoy anything, and parents who are not aware of this may think that their little girl is simply being fussy for no reason at all. Be extra careful if the dress you like comes with much lace and frills: pay attention to customer reviews about the comfort level of a given dress, while also remembering that some babies are more sensitive than others.
- In line with a spring time feel, consider buying a play dress. Since Easter signifies the start of spring, you may want to consider a play dress instead of a formal dress. Doesn’t the thought of Easter conjure up images of little boys and girls running through the fields with butterflies and flowers within reach? In line with this, you may want to buy a comfortable dress that can be used not just for attending church service but also for playing comfortably in the garden afterwards.
Lastly, you can consider the budget you want to spend on your choice of Easter dresses. If you are willing to spend a higher amount for a special dress, perhaps you can also look into the possibility of buying Easter dresses from a reputed brand of designer baby clothes. That way, at least, you can be sure of the quality, comfort, and durability of the dress you buy, and you can still whip out the same dress perhaps for your baby’s younger sister.