Every Easter, Audrey’s tradition is to make dresses for her three girls. Check out previous years here and here. This is the first year that little brother has also joined the fun, hence the title “Easter Dress”, rather than “Easter Dresses.”
We chose Rifle Paper Co.’s Les Fleurs and Wonderland lines this time. It’s the first year that we’ve gone for coordinating rather than matching, and it’s a refreshing change. (Also, notice the hashed wristbands that the girls wear until they literally fall off. They’re the perfect addition to any outfit!)
The dresses were made from the Caroline Party Dress pattern by Mouse House Creations. We sewed all the options (except adding tulle to the underskirt) and made a few modifications of our own. Nothing too serious, though.
The little boy’s vest is a free pattern from The Sewing Rabbit. It was made entirely of lawns and looks super sharp!
The tie was made from a free tutorial, but we honestly can’t link you to it because it was so poorly written and confusing. We had to unpick multiple times, but eventually we ended up with something cute. We’re thinking it’s up to us to make a better version!