Chances are, you’ve just stepped in from out of the heat to take a break for a minute. Your kids have spent most of their time lately splashing around in the pool or waiting for the ice cream man, and you’re really enjoying the ease that comes with summer break. The dog days of summer are upon us, yet not too far off in the distance, lies a time of critical importance…
Before you know it, communion season will feel like it’s approaching all too quickly. If it’s your child who will be receiving communion, you’ll feel thrown into a whirlwind of party planning, shopping, and helping your child get ready for their big day. It may feel like there is so much to do and so many details you’d like to tackle at once. The most important thing though? Making sure your child looks and feels their best on one of the most important days of their lives!
Ready for the best part? Bocelli Boutique has perfected the planning process, by offering one-on-one appointments with you and your little girl to help take the anxiety and stress that comes with department store shopping. No crowds, no other little girls trying on the same dress, no headaches. Working hard to give your little princess a royal experience not only has set Bocelli Boutique apart from the rest of the dress retailers out there, it’s what they pride themselves on!
With a wide range of sizes and price points to fit all needs and budgets, you don’t have to worry about leaving empty handed. How else does Bocelli Boutique turn this part of communion planning into a process fit for a princess?
“We truly enjoy first communion season because the girls are old enough to communicate their feelings on style. We listen to your and your daughter’s thoughts on personal style. How they feel in the dress is so important, as is how the dress makes them feel. It's the first special occasion in their lives that they have a say in and it's important that we listen and help them take ownership over their style. We will help you select the perfect dress for your daughter - we don’t believe in cookie cuter style.”