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The Nation’s Largest Greek Orthodox Wedding and Baptismal Store

Lillian Christening Gown

$205.00
SKU RobeLTMG-Lillian-3

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Blessed Celebration proudly carries baptismal wear from Little Things Mean A Lot, the premier manufacturer of infant Christening gowns and outfits in the United States.
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Your baby will positively glow in this glorious embroidered netting christening gown! Includes a beautiful old-fashioned lace shawl.

  • 4-piece set includes the gown, matching shawl, cotton slip, and matching bonnet
  • Color: White 
  • Fabric: glossy embroidered netting (a very delicate, open, and light fabric created by twisting,knotting, or weaving threads together at regular intervals) with a soft polyester lining
  • Elbow length straight sleeves
  • Ribbon belt ties in back
  • Gown length: 32-43″ (depending on size)
  • Hand wash, lay flat to dry


This size chart is offered as a guideline. Each of our sets is hand made and there may be slight variation due to individual operator technique. When choosing a size for a particular baby, please allow for a slight variance. It is advisable to choose a slightly bigger size than smaller.








Measurement of Child

3 month

6 month

12 month

18 month

24 month







WEIGHT

8 - 11 lbs

12 - 16 lbs.

17 - 22 lbs.

23 - 25 lbs.

26 - 30 lbs.

HEIGHT

19"- 21h

21"- 23"

23"- 25"

25h- 27"

27"- 29"

CHEST

19 1/2"

20 1/2"

21 1/2"

22 1/2"

23 1/2"

WAIST

22"

23"

24"

25"

26"

BACK NECK TO CROTCH

14 3/4"

15 3/4"

16 3/4"

17 3/4"

18 3/4"




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