Your Fairy Godmother Couture is the brainchild of mom of 2,
Lori Blumenstock. Started in 2016, Your Fairy Godmother Couture was created to
fill a gap in the children's rental market for luxury costumes and themed wear.
Your Fairy Godmother Couture has dressed hundreds of children for the special
moments in their lives. As YFG continues to grow, the rental offerings have
expanded into the couture gown market and now has a very loyal photographer
clientele following. Most recently, Lori has found a passion for dressing the
“tween” and teen age group – it is her mission to make all girls, in this
vulnerable period of their lives, feel as confident and beautiful as possible.


Lori has a background in fashion, even attending the prestigious Fashion Institute of Technology in NYC. She has an MBA with a specialization in marketing. As far as designs go, Lori loves anything unique, cutting edge or editorial in style. She’s never met a ruffle or bow that she didn’t like. Pink is her favorite color in a couture gown but she wouldn’t be caught dead wearing that color herself. She believes that life is the special occasion…so wear the dress!


Your Fairy Godmother Couture has been recognized nationally on the Scary Mommy blog, numerous Disney blogs and mom blogs, local news outlets and photographer related publications such as Child Couture Magazine,
Teen Couture Magazine, KidFash, Brand Model Magazine and Summerana. Your Fairy Godmother Couture was named a Top 100 finalist in FedEx's Small Business Grant
Contest. Most recently, YFG was featured in Woman’s World magazine and was named a “Disney World Hack” for renting dresses for Disney trips on Bloomberg News.

When she's not busy with Your Fairy Godmother Couture, Lori enjoys volunteering at her children’s schools and attending their many sports events. She hopes to see her small business continue to grow into the future and provide a memorable and fun experience for as many people as possible.

 “I am going to make everything around me beautiful – that
will be my life.” ~ Elsie De Wolfe