Your bundle of joy is most likely to be the center of attraction in the party. Her cute smile, aimless gestures and her occasional giggle will make others in the party want to play with her. So, dressing up your baby for the event does not go in vain.
While choosing party wear for your baby, keep the weather and baby’s comfort level in mind. Just because it is a party, you don’t have to wrap her up in jazzy and glittery clothes as that can be uncomfortable.
For your girl, you have many options. If you want to go traditional and choose ethnic wear there are umpteen number of cotton clothes available. You can choose an ethnic skirt and blouse, a kameez and salwar, a lehenga or ghagra.
Among western outfits, you can go for cotton or denim jumpsuits, playsuits, soft pants and a T-shirt, or a skirt and T. Whatever you choose, do not forget that your baby must wear diapers to the party. So choose clothes that will allow a quick change of diapers.
For your boy, it is not that confusing. You can make him wear soft denim pants and shirts, denim shorts and shirt or T-shirt, cotton pants with a T. Dhoti and kurta, pyjama and kurta are some of the common ethnic wear little boys are seen wearing during festivals.
You can accessorise your baby with hair bands, bangles, clips, matching shoes etc. But avoid anything that is sharp or can cause pain. Keep your baby’s safety and comfort level in mind all the time.