Tuesday, October 7, 2014

This Halloween.... We've got it all for your little princess

Dressing Up your kids this Halloween. Yes, Elsa Costumes are in!
You know what my prediction is for this Halloween?   It will be a FROZEN one.  I am talking about Frozen the movie of course.  There will be tons of Elsa and Anna trick or treating on this year’s Halloween.  
In fact seems like little girls are dressing up as Elsa these days for no apparent reason according to my Facebook feeds.  Why not, nothing wrong with dressing up as a cool fictional character on a daily basis, that’s one of the benefits of being a kid, besides not having to work and having people taking care of you every day.  If I could I would dress up as Batman every day.
We like the Elsa dress that is carry at NancyAugust.com , the price tag is a tad hefty at $75.99 compare to some of the ones you see at Party City or JC Penny for as low as 26.99.  the difference is that this one is an actual gown that is made like a proper dress and the 26.99 one is a cheaply made costume.   Why not be the best version of Elsa if there are going to be so many of them.  Just imagine group photos of Elsas. (See all other Disney inspired COSTUMES )


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Disney Inspired Anna dress

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But hey if your kid is already loyal to some other Disney characters and will not be sway by the recently popular fictional character, that’s totally cool too, I myself will always be Batman.  Here are some well made Disney Gowns.  Remember these are actual gowns! To see all our other Disney Inspired Gowns>














Xoxo Bridal Bee

Thursday, August 7, 2014

Suri Cruise's Inspired Nancy August Look

Little Ms. Suri Cruise is known for her classic feminine beauty and fashion.




You can get this dress similar to suri's dress at NancyAugust.com - which is perfect for the summer at half the price and style it with accessories like these lovely heart earrings

Nancy August's Turquoise Blue Floral Bubble Dress



and finish the look with these beautiful dress shoes to complete her look.

Nancy August's Silver Girls Dressy Shoes w/Rhinestone

Dress your little fashionista with Nancy August!


XoXo,
Bridal Bee

Thursday, July 24, 2014

Summer Tips for Kids



Summer is here! Children do not want to sit around - summer is prime time for enjoying the outdoors with your kids. Here are few tips to help make it a fun, enjoyable and safe summer. 

Skin Protection
Avoiding sunburn is a must – according to the Skin Cancer Foundation Melanoma is the most serious form of skin cancer. 

Make sure you and your kids use sunscreen daily with a Sun Protection Factor (SPF) of at least 15 that protects against UV (ultraviolet) A and B rays. Apply sunscreen about 20 minutes before going outside. Reapply sunscreen every two hours and after a dip in the pool, even if your kids are using a water-resistant product. Wide-brimmed hats, whole-body swimsuits, sunglasses and lip balm with an SPF15 add important protection.
Don’t use sunscreen on babies 6 months old and younger. Instead, protect babies from the sun with lightweight pants, long-sleeved shirts and a hat with a brim.

When sunburn does occur, treat it with soothing agents such as aloe and emollient lotions. Use over-the-counter hydrocortisone to ease discomfort. 

Beat the Heat
Plan your outdoor adventures for the cooler morning and dusk hours of the day. Avoid direct sun exposure between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. as it is at its peak during these hours. Plan a nice picnic at your local park, lay a blanket underneath the shade of the trees with cooling snacks like watermelon. If your child is playing summer sports or is physically active outdoors, keep cool drinks such as water or sports drinks close at hand. 

Pool Safety
If you have a backyard pool, make sure it is fenced in with properly functioning and locking gates. Don’t rely on inflatable toys or mattresses to keep your child safe. Close supervision is essential at all times –  you need to be close enough to reach out and catch your child if needed.


Hopefully these tips are helpful and remember to keep hydrated at all time.

XoXo,
Bridal Bee