There's nothing more joyous than seeing children running around having fun. Even more so when they are your flower girls wearing outfits you've chosen, and it's your wedding day. Once again, Rock My Wedding real brides have chosen the most adorable, stylish and damn right incredible flower girl dresses and outfits for their favourite little people, and we've rounded up the best to inspire you. If you'd like to find some beautiful children's wear suppliers have a look at our recommended suppliers.
White is by far the most popular choice for flower girls dresses. Its crisp shade represents purity and innocence and will complement every colour scheme. It also often mirrors the brides wedding dress, with some brides choosing to have flower girls dresses look like a mini version of their own. The Monsoon maxi dress with crochet lace neckline from Rachel & Ollie's rustic French wedding has been a firm favourite for many years, showing no signs of disappearing.
Layers and layers of tulle forming the perfect tutu has to be my own personal preference when it comes to flower girl outfits. They come in an array of colours and puffiness depending on how flouncy you want the skirt to be and remind me of dressing up and being truly carefree. Whether you team them with a little bodice, woolly jumper or feather crown, you'll have your own little flower fairy roaming about on your day.
We all remember the pictures flooding in of Pippa Middleton's entourage of flower girls and page boys (and Harry and Meghan's for that matter) and thinking don't they look adorable dressed to the nines in traditional outfits complete with sashes and bows. It's not very often we see traditional attire grace our pages, but when we do it's a team-wide hit. How can you not love the gorgeous captures below?
We couldn't do a round-up of flower girl dresses without showing you these beautiful examples of smock linen dresses. Loose, carefree and perfect for a bohemian or destination wedding. Looking sweet in blush pink, white and peach on little ones and younger bridesmaids making them the ideal choice for all ages.
Often bridesmaids wear block-coloured dresses so if you don't fancy putting your flower girl in a white dress you could always put them in a floral or patterned dress to make them stand out. Both of these little ladies complement the wedding colour scheme and bridal party perfectly as well as looking super cute to boot.
I have never been more envious of a coverup than when I stumbled across Carley's flower girl's dalmation print coat. Proving it's not all about the dress when it comes to style. Equally fabulous are Ashley's flower girls in sequins and a long haired faux fur coat. With all of these little ladies matching their brides style and winter weddings perfectly.
Dressing your wedding party and setting the tone for your celebration couldn't be easier with our helpful style round-ups. Last week we shared Grooms Suits and next week it's all about the bridesmaids. So make sure you keep checking in.