5 Wedding and Flower Girl Dress Matches Made in Heaven
There’s usually only one other lady who’s allowed to steal some of the spotlight on your wedding day—your flower girl! For that precious little girl who represents the innocence of your childhood as you prepare to start your role as a wife, why not have a similar style on the big day? There are so many beautiful options for flower girl dresses but sometimes it can get tricky to find the one that best matches your dress or your wedding day theme.
Some may say that it’s a faux pas to dress similarly to the bride, but we think that this kind of imitation is the best form of awe-inducing flattery! We played matchmaker with this season’s most stunning dresses and paired them below for every type of bride.
For the Traditional Bride
Say it with us: organza. Because sometimes, more is more. The Mikaella satin and organza gown features a demure satin bodice and tiered organza skirt with horsehair-edged layers. Topped with a beaded belt, it’s the perfect complement to Joan Calabrese’s sleeveless satin and organza flower girl dress, which features a sequin and hand-beaded lace overlay bodice. Both feature classic styling, fabulous volume and subtle sparkle.
For the Glamorous Bride
Yes way rosé! Dusty blush was a leading trend on last month’s bridal fashion week runways, so why not take your flower girls with you into the pink. Even better: Match in lace bodices and tulle skirts, like this hand-beaded lace, tulle and organza Idalia ball gown, perfectly paired with Seahorse’s Simone dress.
For the Romantic Bride
Also trending: sculptural skirts. You and your little lovely will be a work of art in full-tiered ruffled organza. For the bride, the Anette gown features a sweetheart neckline with scalloped eyelash trim. And for the pint-sized princess, Ariel’s Disney flower girl dress is straight out of a fairy tale with pearl and sequin details and a rippling organza skirt.
For the Bohemian Bride
For a destination wedding, or just a softer look, chiffon offers laid back elegance. A lace bodice gets a dose of glamor with a dramatic illusion back in this Allure Romance a-line gown, while back streamers add airy movement to a Jenny Packham–designed flower girl dress. Business in the front, party in the back, if you will?
For the Vintage Bride
For Vintage styling any time of the year, lace sleeves add demure glamor. Sottero and Midgley’s Alexandra gown stuns in embroidered lace and dotted tulle with illusion lace gauntlets for drama and warmth. A youth-appropriate take from BHLDN combines delicate lace and three-quarter sleeves.
These are just a few of the great matches that we found in our using our find by image tool! If you’re searching for the perfect flower girl dress…or maybe looking for inspiration for your own dream dress…be sure to visit our wedding dress gallery.