Flower Girl Dresses
Flower girl dresses have been traditionally designed for girls between 3 to 8 years of age. These types of dresses are specifically conceptualized and designed for weddings. A flower girl walks ahead in the path of the bride, sprinkling flowers. Traditionally, a flower girls also has to carry a flower basket. Now, all this makes her the point of attraction next to the bride and thus this leaves no margin to adjust with the flower girl’s outfit. These flower girl’s dresses can be found in numerous designs, fabrics, and colors.
Not many years ago, dresses for flower girls were originally made in white. However, with the changing trends, various colors have now been put to use to enhance the beauty of the dress for the little girls. Also, the use of these flower dresses is now not only limited to weddings. You can even have your girl wear flower dress for other occasions like baptism, communions, christening, parties, receptions, and Easter, etc.
Although flower dresses are made of a variety of materials, dresses made from silk, organza, and satin are most popular. These can be made to look more beautiful by the addition of satin ribbons, corded rosettes, laces, beads, tulle, and even seed pearls. The style of the flower girl dresses changes according to the style of the bridal dresses. A white princess style bodice combined with a layered tulle skirt and puffed sleeves that are sprinkled with cream, pink silken rosebuds are considered to be the latest trends in flower girl dresses. Another popularly hot trend can be a sleeveless corset made of satin on a black bodice completely gelled with beaded rosettes. These types of dresses can be bought in full ankle-length skirts with seed pearls scattered throughout the hem and also a crinoline beneath the dress that provides a ball style effect.