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Tuesday, September 17, 2013

Baby Bonbons is excited to share ... we were nominated to the Martha Stewart American Made Choice Awards... we need your votes please !

Unique vintage lace skirt, The Shirley by Rosanna Hope for Baby Bonbons

Celebrate American Made- Baby Bonbons is nominated to Martha Stewart's American Made Audience Choice Awards 2013

Baby Bonbons proud to design its luxurious items for babies and children, including heirloom-quality clothing embellished with vintage lace and unique baby gifts printed with original art, in the USA.

Matching vintage lace flower girl skirts by Rosanna Hope for Baby bonbons


LOLLY BONBONS  Matching Dolly  to your little gals vintage lace dress or skirt!

stunning vintage lace Flower girl skirt and matching organza blouse by Rosanna Hope For Baby Bonbons

If Baby Bonbons were to follow the trend today for businesses to be lured to less expensive overseas manufacturing, it would not be able to maintain the high standard of quality control. The owner, Rosanna Bernstein, loves creating each little detail, embellishing her clothing designs with tiny silk posies, flower brooches and gorgeous lace pieces, and she says she thrives on working with each client to custom-design the most stunning, unique, one-of-a-kind outfits for their little princess for that special occasion. Ms. Bernstein gets satisfaction in knowing that is increasing, instead of decreasing, jobs locally—she has added several by manufacturing her clothing in her company’s Miami Beach studio. She believes her products are safer having been made in the USA. One other plus: She finds she is able to meet her shipping fulfillments on time as she am not waiting for overseas shipments. American Made is a win-win for both Baby Bonbons and for its customers.

Baby Bonbons is thrilled to be nominated to the Martha Stewart 2013 American Made Audience Choice Awards alongside larger, exceptionally creative companies. "American Made spotlights the maker, supports the local and celebrates the handmade," says Martha Stewart.

And now, Baby Bonbons would love your support and votes. You can hit vote button six times each time you vote at this Baby Bonbon link: And you can vote every 24 hours until September 22. With each vote you are also entered to win an American Express gift card, signed Martha Stewart books and other surprises. Baby Bonbons thanks you for your sweet support!

As a girl, Ms. Bernstein adored drawing and stitching fanciful outfits for her dolls. She learned to love and appreciate beautiful pieces of old lace and linens rummaging with her parents through trunks at estate sales and dusty antique stores. Years of collecting and savoring these textile treasures has brought her full circle. She now designs and manufactures a delicate feminine clothing line. Her designs take life from the patterns, colors and textures of my vintage laces and trims. “A girl can never have too much lace or too many ruffles.”

When she first studied clothing design, Ms. Bernstein says that the feel of fabric became her passion. Her first design endeavors were sumptuous hats and purses for the Kentucky Derby, then luxurious felted-wool purses usung the blended wools from the sheep on her Minnesota farm. Recently, she was introduced to digital art. Now, she combines her whimsical children's watercolor drawings -- printed on silky fabrics for baby blankets -- with brightly colored fabrics to produce unique baby gifts and accessories. In the future, she hopes to launch Baby Bonbon Boutiques and have a larger presence on the Internet.

What Makes Baby Bonbons Unique

Several years ago, a well-known 50-year old South Florida textile store went to auction and Ms. Bernstein was fortunate to take home hundreds of bolts of the most stunning unique laces from years past. She never fails to be inspired by their beauty when she walks through her racks of extraordinary old lace. “I feel that one reason my baby and little-girl clothing line is unique is because of these special vintage beauties,” she says.

Her lace lends itself to feminine designs for special occasions. Her custom-made, ruffled, vintage-lace flower-girl dresses and skirts have been shipped to Canada, England, New Zealand and Aus
tralia, as well as all across the U.S. They have been successfully featured in Zuilily events.

When a little girl wearing a Baby Bonbon Lacey "Rufflie" arrives at a party, she lights up the room.

Ms. Bernstein feels her business has grown so successfully over the years because she is able to pamper each of her customers the way she would love to be pampered as a customer. This is made possible because she designs and creates her products in the USA.

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