Baby Girl's First Easter
For morning brunch
Baby girl clothes don't typically come in yellow, but this ruffle plaid dress (Janie and Jack, $58) looks sweet and feminine in French blue plaid. Pair it with a straw sunhat for an Easter egg hunt outdoors. Sure, baby girl might be too young to hunt for eggs, but she'll look oh-so-sweet in pictures.
My daughter has this Polo Ralph Lauren oxford dress (Macy's, $30 on sale) in pink and I can totally vouch for its cuteness. Polo Ralph Lauren knows how to do preppy right, and their classic clothes look insanely adorable on babies.
Too cute tutu
A tutu can pretty much make anything look adorable. This tulle sparkle tutu skirt (Carter's, $11 on sale) paired with an on-trend cardigan in mint green (Carter's, $10 on sale) makes for the perfect Easter ensemble. Plus, if baby girl has her first birthday coming up this spring, you can pair the tulle skirt with a cute birthday shirt (Etsy, $20).
Is your daughter walking already? Try getting a dress with fabric details, like this rosette dress (Macy's, $32), that she can show off as she takes a spin around the room to work the crowd.
This mint-green-and-white striped newborn dress (Target, $22) is right on trend for spring.
A pop of pink
Crocheted lace is a classic warm-weather look. A bright pink lining keeps the look fresh, while box pleats add just the right amount of fullness to this crochet-lace dress (Gap, $12 on sale).
Baby chicks and baby bonnet
I'm usually not a fan of baby gear with cutesy little animals, but Easter is the one holiday where it's totally legit to embrace baby animals of all types. Plus, this sweet little Easter chicks dress (The Wooden Soldier, $68) has a matching bonnet. How many times can you say you put a bonnet on your baby? Exactly.
If the last thing you want to do this year is go out for a fancy Easter brunch with a teething 10-month-old, then this casual 2-piece pant set (Buy Buy Baby, $15) is perfect for a quiet Easter at home.