Nutcracker Ballet Dress in Blue and Berry (purple)

In a delightful venture into the world of customization, this customer embarked on the creation of flower girl dresses inspired by Style 725 for a captivating Nutcracker Performance featuring Clara. The carefully chosen color palette paints a vivid picture of elegance and regality. Opting for boysenberry, a rich and enchanting shade of purple, as the skirt color sets a tone of sophistication and adds a touch of royal allure to the ensemble. This choice, reminiscent of the sweetness of boysenberries, ensures that the flower girl dresses will stand out as memorable pieces in the Nutcracker Performance.

To complement the boysenberry skirt, the customer selected indigo blue silk for both the bodice and sash. The deep and luxurious indigo blue adds a layer of richness and depth to the dresses, creating a harmonious blend with the boysenberry hue. The silk fabric brings a touch of luster and refinement, elevating the flower girl dresses to a level of elegance befitting the Nutcracker ballet. The combination of boysenberry and indigo blue silk transforms each dress into a visual masterpiece, capturing the essence of the Nutcracker tale with grace and sophistication.

As the flower girl dresses take shape, inspired by Style 725 and adorned in the chosen colors of boysenberry and indigo blue silk, they become a delightful representation of the magic inherent in the Nutcracker Performance. The customization reflects not only the customer's discerning taste but also a commitment to creating a visual spectacle that complements the enchanting atmosphere of the ballet. Each flower girl, clad in these regal and vibrant ensembles, becomes a key player in bringing the Nutcracker story to life, adding a touch of elegance and charm to the stage.

There were no additional charges for this costume. Optional prices are subject to change. Check menus for current prices.

Nutcracker Dress Details
 
Indigo Blue and Boysenberry (purple) Nutcracker Ballet Party Scene Dresses - Style 725

Royal Blue and Berry Nutcracker Dress worn by dancer on far right

Indigo Blue and Boysenberry (purple) Nutcracker Ballet Party Scene Dresses - Style 725 Indigo Blue and Boysenberry (purple) Nutcracker Ballet Party Scene Dresses - Style 725

For over 40 years, Pegeen has been creating the most beautiful flower girl dresses in the world. Begin the process by ordering your free swatches, simply click on the "Free Swatches" image on the right side and select up to 10 fabric swatches at no cost.

 

About Nutcracker Costumes or Dresses: Are typically in Sizes 6R to Plus Size only.

 

In late summer, mothers and dance directors alike start calling us to place their orders for their upcoming performance of the Nutcracker Ballet held around Christmas Time. This costume is part of the Nutcracker Collection for Clara and the Party Scene dancers and comes in YOUR CHOICE of 260+ Silk Colors and includes petticoat with shorter length so they can dance. Our designers, and yes we are designers, or we like to say, elves in a sewing studio, REALLY ENJOY really enjoy working with our clients, whether it is a ballet company or an individual who just got cast. One thing that does help us if you are a ballet school would be to also send an image of your backdrop so we can do our best to match the dancer's costumes to your stage.

 

After performances, our clients usually send us their Nutcracker Ballet photos that we feature on our website and in dance publications or on our social media. We here love to receive your photos and see our results on stage - it is so satisfying. Check menus for current prices. To order this dress like the customer did, CLICK the SEE DETAILS button and choose the standard things - like colors, sizes and optional things like Pantaloons or a matching American Doll dress. PegeenĀ® Luxury Childrenswear, proudly made in the USA in our own factory located just 1.5 miles from Disney World.  Shipping Worldwide Since 1982.

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