34 of the Cutest Flower Girl Baskets from Real Weddings
A lot goes into outfitting your entire bridal party (getting bridesmaids to agree on a uniform look is difficult enough!). Dressing your flower girl tends to be easier—especially since there's a traditional formula to follow. When you envision a flower girl's attire, you likely picture a white dress and wicker basket. Though this ensemble is tried-and-true, it isn't her only option. Nontraditional outfits, like colorful dresses and tutus, are just as prevalent these days. While a unique garment is the key element to her unexpected aisle debut, you can also switch up her look by upgrading her favorite accessory: her basket.
Because these vessels come in so many different shapes and sizes, we urge you to think outside the box. Here, you'll find adorable takes on this classic flower girl addition. The best part? There's a flower girl basket alternative out there for virtually every ceremony type. For a classic service, a light, woven option with garden roses will do the trick. Planning on throwing a contemporary big day? We're loving these modern metal hangings with greenery and vibrant blooms put together by Amaryllis Floral & Event Design. For rustic weddings, a distressed basket would look right at home.
If you're interested in accessorizing your flower girl's look with a basket that is as cute as she is, just look to the following ideas. The main takeaway is that you should feel free to get creative with your choice. Whether it is a dainty metal holder or something entirely unexpected—be sure to bookmark the swan-shaped bowl ahead!—there is something in here for any couple's wedding day. Ready to see all of these adorable ideas for yourself? Click through to see the many different basket options for your flower girl.
If you don't want your flower girl to run out of petals on her way down the aisle, gift her a large vessel. Florésie added greenery to the one pictured here.
Confetti and Co. provided this little one with a simple white wicker basket. Its light color made her embroidered dress pop.
Rosehip Flora lightened up a dark wicker basket with tiny white blooms and a gold ribbon.
A gold wire option gave a modern feel to this somewhat-vintage-inspired vessel.
When the pros at Creating Weddings Group realized this mini attendant didn't have anything to carry, they created this option using pink ribbon and a basket they found at the wedding's venue.
Although small, these baskets were a focal point during the ceremony since they stood out against the flower girls' bright white dresses.
This Tasa Designs creation featured a traditional weave pattern but got a contemporary upgrade after it was spray painted gold.
Nancy Liu Chin turned this white option into its own floral arrangement by filling it with a mix of eucalyptus, white garden roses, and assorted greenery.
For this garden wedding, Posy Designs ensured every inch of the celebration was covered in florals—right down to this wicker basket covered in seeded eucalyptus.
This tiny attendant carried a traditional iteration that was almost as big as her.
Instead of throwing petals, this trio was asked to carry trendy gold loops featuring arrangements of garden roses by Nancy Liu Chin.
This beauty carried a paper lantern-inspired iteration down the aisle at this Tuscan-themed event. But we think it would also look great at a beach wedding.
We're loving how this flower girl's red and brown wicker basket perfectly matched the burgundy blooms on her dress.
The bride handcrafted this birch bark-inspired option herself. How adorable is that "carved" heart on the side?
At this Italian wedding, these girls carried herb-filled wicker bowls down the aisle.
When it comes to traditional flower girl baskets, it doesn't get any more classic than these brown wicker vessels.
White buckets were decorated with a black-and-white ribbon and anemone cut-out for a truly unique look.
Although this metal wire option gave off a masculine vibe, a mix of pink and orange ribbons added a feminine touch to this flower girl's basket.
The newlyweds' beach venue called for these flower girls' sand-colored cloth vessels.
Studio Choo decorated this girl's canvas tote with eucalyptus and orange buds that were fit for a fall wedding.
An understated vessel ensures the attention is on your flower girl. This simple, picnic-style basket was a winner.
We've never seen a more distinct vessel than this flower girl's swan-shaped bowl. We also love the luxe velvet ribbon tied around its neck.
Full blooms of peonies took the place of petals in this jewel-shaped gold basket.
Shallow wicker trays and garden roses were a dainty addition to these attendants' white dresses and flower crowns by Hana Floral Design.
The distressed look of this duo's wicker baskets blended right into the event's rustic surroundings.
Inviting Occasion covered an otherwise traditional option in moss, effectively creating a natural vibe.
These three girls tossed (or in this case, dumped!) petals out of large straw tote bags.
Red and Metal
Long strands of burgundy ribbon supported this duo's tiny metal buckets.
Two baskets of varying sizes were gifted to this baby flower girl and her toddler companion (they were the perfect size for each girl!).
Pop of Color
Bright red and blush ribbons stood out on this distressed metal and wicker bucket.
This adorable flower girl toted an almond-shaped variation of the traditional accessory.
Thin and White
The deep bottoms on these thin, white iterations allowed them to be packed with white petals that sat on mossy beds.