The Prettiest Pink Dresses for Your Flower Girls
Although flower girls typically wear a shade of white that's similar to the bride's, there's no rule that says she can't wear a more colorful dress. Whether you want her to wear a hue that coordinates with the bridesmaids or your wedding décor, or simply want her to dress in your favorite color, know that your young attendant is not required to wear white. Any color option will do, but we happen to love seeing a flower girl walk down the aisle in pink. Though the color family is comprised of so many different hues, we think the soft, subtle range is the way to go for a wedding.
If you're in agreement, then the following pink flower girl dresses are for you. We even found rosy-colored dresses for any type of celebration. A pale pink polka-dotted dress with sweet puffed sleeves would look so cute at a rustic farm wedding, while a tulle butterfly dress will fit right in at a garden ceremony (same goes for a watercolor number with a tiered skirt). If you're partial to whimsical wedding details, one of our favorite dresses is a long-sleeved tulle frock, which will make your flower girl look so ethereal. If you're having a traditional church ceremony, try a more formal fabric, like a pale pink satin dress with a white organza sash and a subtly beaded neckline.
While you usually think of spring and summer weddings for pink, the color can also work in the fall and winter months if you choose warm, peachy shades. We found a long-sleeved velvet dress in the perfect shade of dusty rose. Pair it with some white cable-knit tights and patent-leather Mary Janes for a cold-weather look.
Us Angels Ballerina Dress, $148,