A Little Something White Bridal Couture will be hosting a first communion trunk show at its boutique from Thursday, Jan. 24 to Saturday, Jan. 26. Three first communion dress designers will be showcased at this exciting event, and A Little Something White will be donating a percentage of the profits from the event back to the churches where each little girl makes her first communion.
Additionally, A Little Something White is excited to welcome several local businesses who will be participating in this event.
Designers showcased at this event include Coren Moore, Nicki Macfarlane, and US Angels.
Coren Moore is a Darien resident and nationally-recognized designer of bridal gowns, bridesmaids dresses, and special occasion dresses for little girls.
Nicki Macfarlane has grown to fame following her selection as the designer of flower girl dresses for the Royal Wedding in 2011.
A Little Something White was selected as one of only five stores in the United States to carry this collection. US Angels has been dressing little girls for over a decade and has grown into a leader in the First Communion dress industry.
Several local businesses have generously agreed to participate in this event, which A Little Something White is hoping to make an annual occasion. Darien jewelry designer Allison Vodola of Created by A will be showcasing her collection of hand-made jewelry and beautiful First Communion gifts such as bracelets and rosaries.
Additionally, Lanphier Day Spa & Salon, one of Fairfield County’s premier day spas and salons, will be present on Thursday of the event to offer hair style consultations for the little girls. Palmer’s Catering, a hallmark of the Darien community, will be providing tasty treats for guests on Friday and Saturday.
And award-winning Flowers & Flowers will be providing gorgeous hair wreaths for the little girls to wear while trying on the various first communion styles.
No appointments are required. Hours for this three day event are as follows: Thursday: 12 to 8 p.m., Friday: 10 to 5 p.m., Saturday: 9 to 4 p.m.
More info: alittlesomethingwhite.com