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The Best 2013 Flower Girl Dresses

Spring is here, and that means it’s the perfect time for a wedding ceremony.  There’s no greater metaphor for love than when the sun is shining, the flowers are blossoming, and the trees are blooming.  That being said it’s time for you to find the best 2013 flower girl dresses.  Given that your flower girl often echoes the princess-like look of the bride, you’ll want to find a dress that not only suits your flower girl, but that complements your dress too. Choose the style Your first consideration should be the style of dress that you want in 2013.  There are plenty of styles to choose from these days – everything from classic and traditional, to ultra-modern, or even vintage.  As long as the style of your flower girl’s dress matches the style of the wedding dress, as well as the style of the bridesmaids dresses, then you ‘re off to a good start. Choose the color Flower girl dresses are often light in color, and mimic the colors of the season.  White, pink, earthy spring-like colors play well with the backdrop, especially in an outdoor wedding.  Consider accenting the dress with a bow, some ribbons, or even flowers to give it that playful appearance.  Whatever color you choose, just make sure to match it to the bride and the bridesmaids’ dresses. Choose the length As with the color and style, be sure to match the length of your flower girl’s dress to the bride and bridesmaids’ dresses.  But while the flower girl’s dress should be similar in length, there’s really no harm opting for a slightly shorter solution; it ensures that your flower girl won’t get caught up in the fabric, and gives her the added mobility that she may need.  Just remember that you want your flower girl to be dressed accordingly.  If your wedding is outdoors and there’s a chance of it being a chilly day, make sure her dress length is appropriate for the weather. Start early, but don’t commit too quickly Young girls’ minds change just as often as the weather, so with that being said don’t commit too quickly to purchasing a flower girl dress.  If your wedding isn’t until later in the year, give yourself and your flower girl enough time to get a sense of how your flower girl’s preferences will unfold.   So start your search early and get a general feel for the style, color, and length, but don’t commit to purchasing until the timing is right.


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