The next best thing to seeing stars in their gorgeous gowns at the 2017 Golden Globes Awards? Adorable toddlers wearing spot-on replicas of the red carpet dresses and hairstyles. Cue the oohs and aahs.
Toddlewood — a combination of “toddler” and “Hollywood” — is the company turning everyday kids into celebrity lookalikes. Launched in 2008, it is the brainchild of Tricia Messeroux, a New York photographer and mom who is passionate about fashion and kids.
To pull off these detailed child-size replicas of celebrity looks, Messeroux employs a roster of costume designers, hair and makeup artists, and a production crew, and then shares the eye-catching creations on Instagram.
Toddlewood nailed Blake Lively’s custom-made Atelier Versace dress and slicked-back hair:
The team did a gorgeous version of Janelle Monáe’s Armani Privé black and white gown, as well as her pearl-pinned updo:
They also did a phenomenal job of recreating Olivia Culpo’s stunningly detailed Zuhair Murad floral dress and sleek bun:
Toddlewood even captured “Fences” star Viola Davis‘s bright yellow Michael Kors gown, which lit up the red carpet: