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Christening gown designer Little Doves unveils Scottish Collection
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Jan '09
Linda Patrick of Little Doves, one of the Uk's most exciting christening gown providers, has launched her latest collection of christening gowns and rompers.

As endorsed by Vogue Magazine, The Scottish Collection by Little Doves is a sumptuous collection of gowns, rompers and accessories celebrating the wonderful heritage of Scotland and its Clans. Every Clan has a crest, a shield, a motto and indeed a tartan and these have all been encorporated in this christening gown collection.

Owner of Little Doves, Linda Patrick says “this is a beautiful collection and every outfit is a work of love. Our aim is to make christening wear that means something special for the baby and its family. The white outfit is a symbol of purity for the child and by adding the crest and tartan it really becomes pertinent to the family and its heritage.”

This Collection includes crests and shields lovingly hand embroidered onto gowns and rompers as well as tartan shawls and trimming to outfits and accessories. Every clan crest, shield or Coat of Arms is available and of course every tartan too!

Little Doves has been established since 2006 & Linda believes that the success of the business is down to listening to what parents want and paying great attention in the detail in providing the perfect gown for the Christening day. As a result Little Doves' reputation for the highest quality in individually styled christening wear is growing. Based in rural Lincolnshire the brand has gained world-wide appeal and gowns are sought worldwide as well as in the UK. To date Little Doves has featured in Country Living, Prima and Vogue magazines.

“The Scottish Collection will be a wonderful addition to the Little Doves brand” states Linda. “ We are always aiming to create unique collections to add to our range of christening wear. Little Doves is the only business offering hand embroidered crests on gowns.” As well as being the perfect outfit for a Scottish baptism, the Scottish Collection is also ideal to be used for blessings, dedication and naming ceremonies as they provide the customer more options than the traditional white robes.

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