Taking Home Baby | Harrison Newborn gown

The day you get to bring your precious baby boy home from the hospital is a day to be celebrated. You've patiently waited months to meet him, falling more in love with him with every kick. Maybe you've struggled with fertility and dreamt of him for years, or maybe you are being blessed with your baby through the miracle of adoption. No matter how he came to be yours, you want his first outfit to be as special as he is.

 

Here at Baby Beau & Belle, that is what we specialize in. We hand create unique and classic baby clothes that you just can't find anywhere. We created our Harrison Newborn gown for baby boys made with the softest pima cottons, perfect for your newborn baby boy! The timeless newborn gown is detailed with our specially dyed cotton linen blend in a soft blue, and features a lace accent at the bodice adding a touch of elegance. 

For decades, baby boys and girls both wore "long clothes," or white gowns that went past their feet to cover their legs, or could be folded up in warmer weather. The traditional open skirt of our newborn boy gowns is a classic layette design, and is also functional when your newest addition needs a diaper change. This feature also makes this the perfect bris outfit for your baby boy! 

The Harrison newborn collection offers a boys newborn bonnet to keep the baby's head warm and keeping with the vintage style. We also make matching quilted booties to help keep his toes covered, and bibs and blankets for his comfort.

While you may not be traveling home from the hospital if you had a home birth, this sweet newborn gown is still perfect for your little one's first photos, or for use at his sip-and-see party when he meets his loving family and friends. The soft colors are church appropriate, so it can also be used for a newborn baptism, or his blessing day outfit. Whatever your special event is, your precious little prince will be celebrated.

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