Communion dresses created with passion
In this department you can find very hight quality Girls underwears and underskirts especially for First Holy Communion.
First Holy Communion gloves are becoming an ever increasing popular accessory for girls to wear on their First Communion day. First Communion gloves will add elegance to a First Communion dress, so it is important to choose the correct gloves to compliment a First Communion dress.
The first decision is the fabric, First Holy Communion gloves are normally made out of satin, Shiny Satin or Matte satin, lace, sheer organza, cotton and spandex blends are also popular as a glove fabric. Lace is the most traditional of these fabrics.
The next decision is the length of the First Communion glove,the length you choose should compliment the sleeve length of the First Communion dress, the shorter the sleeve, the longer the Communion glove.
At www.firstholycommunionday.co.uk we have a range of First Communion gloves designed to fit the hands of most young girls (ages 7 - 12 years, ),Length, tight or loose depends on your girls hand and arm circumference
Our First Communion glove collection will compliment many First Communion dress styles, many of our First Communion gloves also have matching accessories.
Most parishes do not allow First Communion gloves to be worn when girls are receiving First Communion, so purchase a small First Communion bag to store her white First Communion gloves when she doesn't need them!
First Communion parasols have become very popular. They are perfect for a photo shoot. We provide a large selection of lace and satin First Communion parasols from Little People and other brans that add an elegant touch to your vintage look Communion.
We provide wide selection of First Communion socks and tights designed to fit most girls. These white First Communion socks and tights designed in many styles are sleek, stylish, and add a little touch of chic and elegance.
First Communion socks and tights for that extra finishing touch for daughter, granddaughter, goddaughter, niece, sister or special girl to wear on her First Communion Day.