5 Lace Dress Trends for your Little Flower Girl that Add the Adore to Your Vintage Themed Wedding
The blush creeping on your dainty flower girl’s cheeks is sure to catch the eye of your guests and invitees as she makes her way ahead of the bride on the aisle dressed in a tutu or a tiered ruffle, befitting a modern fairytale princess. Clutching flowers close to her chest, your young flower girl’s smile could heal a million wounded hearts. In order to embrace her little moment, and to make your wedding a little bit closer to perfection, we bring you 5 vintage dress suggestions that could be customized to match your bride’s elegant dress and the wedding décor as well.
How to Go from Adorable to Perfect with These 5 Simple Flower Girl’s Lace Dress Trends
Sashes, ruffles, tiers, floral patterns, and pastels are some of the options you could go for to dress the youngest of your family to withhold the aura of the daintiest yet the most elegant being on the wedding – after the bride, of course. Since vintage weddings have taken beach weddings and destination weddings by a storm, it is about time we paid attention to lace, flowers, and the traditional whites. Mentioned below are some of our uber favorite picks with a few styling options aimed to highlight your precious little flower girl.
Ivory and Champagne Vintage Lace Flower Girl Dress
Shifting from the traditional white to an ivory or champagne colored dress for your flower girl sounds like an ideal breakthrough towards the surprise that would be yielded by the bride’s majestic dress and beauty. Consider styling a satin bodice with an ivory lace ruffle and a silhouette to match or go for an ivory sash and bow to accentuate the elegance of the entirety of the white laced T-length dress. A crocheted bodice would also look appealing to the silk and net silhouette. Floral crowns or a sash lacy bow as a hairband is a must to top off the entire look.
Vanilla and Vintage
Nothing describes vintage other than the Matisse flower girl dress or the Tea Princess’s French Vanilla flower girl dress. Succumbing to a petite v-cut sequined or laced back, this dress’s bodice pays utmost attention to exotic patterns of lace and can be topped off with bows or floral bunches in the center. The cold-shouldered French Vanilla dresses also pay attention to floral headwork –adding the beauty to freshly picked flower crowns and regal lacework.
Full-Sleeved Lace Vintage Flower Girl Dresses
If you’re having trouble picking the ideal dress for your flower girl, pick the one that is the easiest and the prettiest to choose from an assortment of boho styled dresses. It’s time for you to chalk up on a lot of lace and design a quaint dress with three-quarter or half sleeves. Add an ivory sash and frame a matching headband for the little one to carry the dress. In order to highlight the lacework on the dress, you can also go for plain net sleeves – just as shown in the picture below.
Matching Crochet Separates
Crochet is a remarkable piece of vintage artwork, if we must say, in terms of fashion, textiles, and design. Matching crochet separates, a frizzy hairdo and a floral crown to pay heed to the bouquet of white flowers, add to the color of your vintage wedding with your flower girl dressed in the most severe and fashionably boho-chic of all vintage designs.
Floral Embellishments On Lace Bodice
Champagne crocheted bodices or simply laced ones, net with floral embellishments would never be wrong for the little princess. Consider choosing a floor-length net maxi embellished with tiny floral bunches, accentuating a tea length silhouette and different lacy patterns for your flower girl at your beach destination wedding.
No wedding is complete without flowers, violins and beaded barefoot sandals. If you need help in designing your flower girl’s dress, you know where to knock at. However, KutieTuties have a beautiful range of vintage flower girl dresses that we recommend you to check out right now.