The Best-Dressed Flower Girls from Real Weddings
There's no better way to start a ceremony than by sending an adorable flower girl down the aisle. You can expect at least a couple of guests to start in on the happy tears right there! These tiny attendants are not only sweet, they help cue all your attendees in to the fact that the big moment (the bride's entrance) is right around the corner. Plus, adding a few extra flowers, or faux flowers as the case may be, to your aisle will only serve to make the setting that much prettier. And, whether they make it all the way down the aisle or veer off to find the nearest parent first, there's no doubt flower girls are one of the cutest ceremony traditions around.
While flower girls, who can be a daughter, niece, goddaughter, or even the child of a friend, typically fall between the ages of three and seven, these pint-sized attendants don't need much extra help to deliver a dose of charm on the big day. A cute dress, a basket, maybe even a flower crown and they're ready for their moment! But the little ladies here took cute to the next level with outfits and accessories that made their appearance one more wedding moment to remember. Click through for all the sweet details.
Family Plus Flowers
Two flower girls were a cute addition to this couple's family-only bridal party. Their blush ruffled dresses and free-flowing flower crowns were paired with small wicker baskets to complete their aisle-ready looks.
Dressed in White
A flower girl all dressed in white adds the sweetest touch to a ceremony aisle. Especially when she has a flower crown and basket to match!
All in a Row
The only thing better than one adorable flower girl? Three adorable flower girls. These matching dresses and flower crowns just up the cute factor.
Flower Girl Glam
This flower girl (the bride's goddaughter) donned a simple and chic white dress. She fit right in with the couple's glammed up bridal party at this classic Italian wedding.
Flower Girl Gang
The couple's nieces and nephew stood in as flower girls and ring bearer. Two of the little ladies struck a sassy pose in metallic dresses that matched the bride's blue and gold Yolan Cris gown.
Too Cute Tulle
With flower girls, tulle is always a good idea. This adorable flower girl, with her tulle gown and flower crown, is the cutest case in point.
Non-Traditional Flower Girls
The flower girl, a goddaughter of the groom, wore a white and yellow dress with a bright red and yellow flower crown. The result? A look made for twirling her way down the aisle.
This couple's daughter was the sweetest honorary flower girl at their outdoor celebration. She even wore a flower crown that was a miniature version of the bride's own floral accessory.
The bride's nieces headed down the aisle in navy Crewcuts dresses, carrying small peony bouquets, and wearing cute flower crowns to match.
This tiny flower girl, the bride's daughter, got all bundled up in a sweet blush and white ensemble for her walk down the aisle.
Christen’s niece wore a vintage frock as the flower girl at this desert wedding ceremony.
Light As Feathers
Tiffany’s 4-year-old niece, Josephine, and Nic’s 2-year-old niece, Penelope, tossed white feathers to prep the aisle for the bride at this January wedding in Colorado.
Since the ceremony aisle was already covered in petals, this flower girl in a white, tiered dress had long-stemmed peonies to hand out (to anyone that smiled at her). Each bloom was wrapped with ribbon streamers for added festivity.
Made With Love
A childhood friend of the bride’s made these flower girls’ frocks using fabric in colors that matched the Georgia event’s palette.
Three of a Kind
Pretty in Pink
This flower girl, the groom’s niece, dressed in one of the bride’s favorite French labels, Jacadi.
Bride Olivia’s flower girls wore floral head wreaths with their Victorian lace dresses.
All three flower girls at this wedding in Wine Country carried baskets of garden roses and jasmine vine.
Made in the Shade
Flower girl Brook wore a floral crown and played with one of the flower-shaped parasols provided for guests at Jenny and Ben’s wedding in Sonoma.
At Natasha and Jay’s South Carolina celebration, their flower girls wore hydrangea head wreaths and carried baskets of rose petals to complete their head-to-toe ivory look.
For Courtney and Hunter’s destination wedding in Hawaii, their flower girl wore a starfish tiara and fresh flower lei.
Take a Bow
Dressed to Impress
For Shannon and David’s wedding, the flower girl dresses were embroidered with their initials on the bodice.
Tutu skirts in blush fit in with Blair and Peter’s all-pink wedding in Bermuda.
At this fall celebration, the bride’s nieces, Riley and Kaitlyn, wore silk-shantung dresses with silk-chiffon sashes and carried wreaths of bittersweet and Chinese lanterns tied with knit ribbons.
Wine Country Girls
Elizabeth and Stephane’s nieces wore made-to-order dresses by Papo D’Anjoto this Napa wedding.
Whimsical tutus, fresh flower wreaths, and baskets of flower petals created quite an entrance for Courtney and Chris’s flower girl duo.
Easy Does It
The flower girls went shoeless in their white cotton dresses at Sarah and Andras’s Virginia wedding.
Flags and a maypole felt like something out of a storybook at Kimberly and Joncy’s Upstate nuptials. The finishing touch to their Olive and Fern frocks was a halo of feathers.
Annie and Oliver’s four young attendants wore taffeta skirts made by the bride and cashmere cardigans accented with fur collars. They carried nosegays and a floral garland down the aisle at the Yonkers, New York, fête.
This trio of girls at this outdoor affair in California wore fresh peonies on their sashes.
Vintage silk flowers were fashioned into an everlasting head wreath by Laura at her Brooklyn, New York, wedding to Ben.