September 8th, 2014. Seven years ago, Stéphanie Staub created Maison de Couture Little Eglantine and presented her first collection of flower girl dresses and page boy outfits, in a French style of timeless elegance. Today the brand is sold all over the world, and is cherished by celebrities and society women. Just a year ago, Little Eglantine created the flower girl dresses and pageboy outfits for Claire Lademacher's wedding with HRH Prince Felix of Luxembourg. In August, she made the page boy outfit for the wedding of one of Prince Charles’ and Camilla Parker Bowles’ best friends’ daughter.

And for the first time ever, her work is now available in Ireland, exclusively at The White Gallery, voted in the Top Ten wedding boutiques in Ireland. This opulent and glamourous wedding boutique is nestled in the quaint village of Burren just outside Newry city, Co Down, Ireland.

The designer says: “Irish people have always been coming to me telling me they could never find such flower girl and communion dresses in Ireland. I am now glad to come to them!”

Rachel Morgan, Proprietor of The White Gallery, comments: “We are delighted to welcome Little Eglantine to the boutique. The flower girls’ dresses are adorable; made from luxurious silks they are fit for every little princess!”

The White Gallery will exclusively carry seven of her designs: Chloe, Caroline, Alix, Constance, Adele, Daphné and Isobel.