Make sure your entire bridal party looks beautiful on your big day, all the way down to that adorable flower girl. Many of today’s strongest flower girl trends showcase a return to more traditional styles, thanks in part to the influence of high-profile royal weddings. These are our current favorite trends in flower girls dresses.
Smocked and Collared
All of the Royal weddings in recent years have shaped bridal trends around the world. The flower girls in both Kate Middleton’s and Meghan Markle’s weddings donned adorable, old-fashioned dresses. This style is carrying over into non-royal weddings as well. We love the look of traditional smocking and Peter Pan collars on flower girl dresses. This is a flower girl dress that will never go out of style.
More and more brides are choosing to have their flower girl wear a dress with a hint of color rather than a more traditional white dress. You can choose a flower girl dress that blends more seamlessly with the other members of your bridal party. Are your bridesmaids wearing gold, choose a more ivory-toned flower girl dress. Pale blue, pink, and lavender are also lovely choices for the littlest member of your bridal party.
We have seen a surge in lace features on bridal gowns since Kate Middleton debuted her wedding gown. It makes sense that it would be a prominent trend in flower girl dresses as well. The delicate and ladylike fabric looks especially sweet on little girls, so this is one of our favorite trends.
Girls in white dresses with blue satin sashes were one of Maria von Trapp’s “Favorite Things,” and sashes are rapidly becoming a favorite in the world of bridal wear as well. We love the classic look of a large satin sash embellishing a simple flower girl dress.
Your flower girl is bound to be darling in any dress she wears, so choose a dress that both you and she love! Our best advice is to choose your wedding gown then try flower girl dresses that compliment it. Book an appointment today to find your perfect bridal gown!