As many of you know, I love Over the Rainbowtique! I have done not just one, but TWO posts about it so far. While we were in Disney, it goes without saying that I prepared Emma to wear several bows from them and was so excited with how they turned out. I wanted to take today to share with you which bows we bought, what we thought of them, and how they looked. Enjoy!
It goes without saying that we wore the Minnie Mouse bow in Disney. It wouldn’t make sense NOT to wear it. I love this one because it’s so tiny and fits in her hair perfectly. Not too big, not too small. We had a perfect Minnie Mouse shirt to match it. I love when stuff matches well! Unfortunately, Emma did have a meltdown in Disney that caused the bow to come out of her hair but that was ok. Meltdowns are understandable from time to time. Especially when there is no nap, rain, and too much excitement. Oh Disney. We still love you! I had to take these pictures once we got back home because we didn’t get the picture while we were there. It happens.
The day we arrived at the beach was the big Florida/UT game and we had to watch it. I know, we were on vacation but so what? We’re no fair weather fans here. We put Emma’s UT attire on with her UT shirt and watched away. Even after they lost, we still wore our outfit. I thought it would appropriate football fashion to take her bow and throw it, but I’m glad she didn’t. I love our bows to much to throw them anywhere. I like this bow a lot because we can wear it to any football game, not just one specific team.
Monkey see, monkey do! Emma loves monkeys. After all, she’s our little monkey. When we went to the zoo we put her in a safari style dress (thanks Bethaney!) and her monkey print bow. It was absolutely precious and everyone that saw her thought so, too. It was perfect when she walked in the kids area wading pool. We were able to pull her dress up and let her cool off with her clothes still on! The bow really made the outfit pop and it was even cutter when she saw the monkeys. She loved them. They swung here, there, and everywhere, and even stopped to say hi once or twice. She was enamored.
These are the main bows we wore while on vacation and she wore them multiple times, too. We love our bows from Over the Rainbowtique. Emma doesn’t mind them in her hair and will wear them for long periods of time. We even bought one on sale that was “damaged” but have never had any problems with it. I like that Noel is very careful with her bows and even if there’s a small issue with them she lets the customers know and marks them down to sell them. We highly recommend them to anyone who is looking for bows for their kids, their friend’s kids, or even themselves! They’re definitely a win.
Noel has been generous enough to offer 20% off to my readers today! The code for this promotion is bowsale20 and will expire exactly one week from today (Monday, October 22nd).
Do you love to put bows in your children’s hair? What is your favorite piece from Over the Rainbowtique?