For some reason, we decided that Easter would be navy and a pop of color. Each family got to choose their own color. This was not well thought out—it’s hard to get navy this year. Within those parameters, the girls chose their own fabric. The green dresses were going to be navy with green accent, but we couldn’t find the right navy, so we switched them out. Then to choose the pattern… the little girls had this pattern, Butterick 5743. I especially liked the v-back, which none of the girls wanted. There was also a different capped sleeve pattern, which I loved. The older girls this one, Simplicity 1927 . This Simplicity pattern has a homely dress for the cover dress, but view C is real cute. It gives the tweens a shape. Jocie wanted a maxi dress, so I modified the pattern. The baby had Butterick 3782, but instead of pleats, I gathered the skirt, and made the same capped sleeves as the girls'. Some of the moms’ got in on the action,
Word of advice, don’t pick out the theme without going to the fabric store first.