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"Upon seeing the
dress online, i immediately fell in love! so, i ordered it immediately.
when i got the package from
oh my god! my jaw dropped, this is without exaggeration. the dress was
immaculately perfect! i really, really loved the dress even more in
"This christening dress is
gorgeous. It was even prettier in person than on the website. It has so
much little tiny detail to it without making it look too much. I would
definitely buy another dress from this company. Beautiful stuff and
lots of selection to choose from."
- Pam U.
For infants with gowns, often it's a matter of what length you prefer.
Do you want a gown that covers the feet which is called a heirloom, or
a shorter one. For measurements, the one to look for is the chest /
waist, which are the same with Christening gowns.
You and your husband, sharing a glass of something you both like. For
some wine, for others Tea sharing a special moment, as you look for the
gown that is perfect for your daughter's special day, and perhaps can
be used by others in your family.
you so much! She looked gorgeous! -Barabara M.
a Christening Gown
defines a museum as an institution or place that cares for a collection
of artifacts that hold scientific, artistic, cultural, or historical
value. In short, a museum holds treasures from the world over. These
treasures are symbols of our past, and thus, should be cherished by
civilization for future generations to see.
actually have a cousin whose job is to preserve artworks. She is hired
by museums to make sure that paintings stay the way they are through
maintenance and restoration. I was surprised to learn the lengths
museums take to make sure a piece of art doesn't fade away. It cannot
be exposed to dust, moisture, or even light. Indeed, art takes time,
effort, and a whole lot of patience.
reason I've brought this up is because I couldn't help but relate what
my friend has done recently. She passed on her daughterÂ’s Baptismal
Dress to her brotherÂ’s newborn child. They have decided that it is
going to be a new family tradition from now on. After all, it amazed
them (myself included) at how a piece of cloth can hold so many
memories. Just so you know, their grandmother, a former seamstress,
made the Christening Dress
they are going to pass on. It was one of her last works and so it holds
so much emotional value to their family.
home might not be a museum, but it does hold family treasures that
future generation have a right to see and cherish. And this is why they
begun this tradition. With the commitment theyÂ’re showing so far, I am
sure they will see this project through to completion. Isn't that
be cleaned thoroughly after the baptism. If you've bought the dress
from a store, check the cleaning instructions and follow them
carefully. In my friend’s case, since their dress is handmade, they
should follow general guidelines according the material the dress is
made off. Cotton and linen can be hand washed or dry cleaned.
Meanwhile, wool needs to be hand washed and then air-dried without
direct sunlight. Silk is trickier, as it should not be washed. Make
sure not to expose silk to heat.
the dress is clean and dry, check the garment for any musty smell. If
it smells, air dry a little more. Also make sure that there is no dust.
You can vacuum the dress at low speed. Or gently dab intricate parts
with a piece of tape to remove dust particles.
it comes to preserving dresses, here are your enemies: light (because
it fades colors over time), dirt, dampness, insects, and excessive heat.
it's time to store the Christening dress. Lay out the dress and stuff
the sleeves and creases with tissue paper.
a plastic container and make sure it's squeaky clean. You can line the
box with clean cloth (but make sure it's clean or it defeats the
purpose). And then store the dress horizontally.
the box but do not vacuum seal as cloth needs a bit of air. Check on
the dress once or twice year, and repeat the whole process. It's also a
good opportunity to check for insects or moths.
doesn't sound so hard, right? The whole process will only take a day or
two, and the benefits will last a lifetime! I find no reason not to
start your own heirloom project.
back to my friend—she already passed on the dress to her brother. This
was a bit of a problem because she had stored it in her closet and I
had to have it cleaned before passing it over. Instead of dry cleaning,
I advised her to hand wash the dress in some gentle fabric cleaner.
It's made with a lot of lace and bead work, and I didn't want to leave
its fate in the hands of a dry cleaner. She got some water, dipped the
garment, and gently scrubbed.
washing, she air-dried the dress and then bought the plastic box that
we will be storing the gown in after the ceremony.
her brother is throwing a big family gathering after the ceremony, my
friend and I agreed that it would be in the best intention to get ready
with stain removal. Just in case, you know. Now, the first rule in
stain removal is be gentle. Never ever start scrubbing the dress with a
wet cloth on the spot. This will just cause the stain to go deeper in
are my top cleaning tips:
the stain first. Use a towel to blot the stain and then gently scrape
away the grime. I'm guessing my top enemies would be baby's pee or poo
(you never know) so in this case the first rule would apply.
oil, sprinkle the spot with baby powder before blotting. For ink, use a
cotton swab and dip in some rubbing alcohol. Carefully dab at the outer
edges of the stain working your way in.
lipstick or makeup from enthusiastic relatives, dab the stain and
sprinkle some baby powder.
So to my
friends and to fellow mommies who have gained inspiration from this,
the best of luck to you!