Choosing the Perfect Flower Girl Dress

By Elizabeth Summers / October 21, 2018 / No comments
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You’ve got all the details for your wedding worked out – except for one.

No matter how many times you’ve tried, you can’t seem to figure out where to find the perfect flower girls dress. It’s impossible! There are so many options out there, so many different choices, so many adorable styles that you know would look just perfect on your little flower girl, but you can’t seem to make up your mind.

Relax. We’ve got you covered. We’ve laid out a few things you absolutely have to consider when making your flower girl choice.

Check out our list below, start ticking off the boxes, and finally figure out exactly what kind of flower dress you’re going to gift to your little superstar.

Go to the Right Place

When it comes to picking the right flower girl dresses, the ultimate tip I have for you is to check out the amazing collection of flower girl dresses from JJ’s House. Whether you plan to include your pre-teen sister as your flower girl or your toddler niece, they have dresses in all styles and cuts imaginable for every age groups even including toddler flower girl dresses.

Consider the Season

This tip should go for any dress you plan to buy for your wedding – whether it’s yours, your flower girls, or your bridesmaids. You want to make sure that you’re picking season-appropriate attire so they’ll be comfortable and happy in whatever they’re wearing. If you plan to have your little flower girl walk down the aisle for a winter wedding, you’ll want to make sure she’s warm and cozy – the last thing you want is a freezing flower girl! The same goes for spring and summer weddings. Make sure they have breezy dresses that won’t make them too hot or sweaty – that’s no fun for anyone in the wedding party.

Fabric is Going to Matter

This is less important for older girls but when it comes to little ones, you’re going to want to make sure the fabric isn’t going to be too distracting or tricky. Crinoline is fun but crinkly. Tulle is adorable but itchy. Velvet is great but distracting. Make sure you’re taking fabric into account and think about how a young girl would feel – when all else fails, ask her! Make sure she’s cool with the fabric before you make the plunge and purchase the dress.

Make Sure it’s Appropriate and Fun

Above all, make sure the dress is age appropriate and super fun to wear! You don’t want to put a young girl in a dress that makes her uncomfortable, or one that’s less cutes-y and makes her appear older than she is. When all else fails, consult with her parents on the dress to make sure the design and cut make sense for her age.