Post # 1
Did anyone else have a big age difference in flower girls? My fiancés niece is 10 and mine niece that’s attending the wedding is 2. My niece is going to be a flower girl and I’d like to include his niece as well. I’m not having bridesmaids as its a very small event otherwise I’d make her a Jr bridesmaid…. any suggestions? Do you think it’ll look weird to have them be so far apart in age / height?
Post # 2
The 10 year-old should be a junior bridesmaid. Even if you aren’t having bridesmaids. Ten is a bit old to be a flower girl. Her jobs can be helpig you with your train and holding your flowers during the ceremony, etc.
Post # 3
My flower girls were 2, 11 and 17.
My sister is 17 and in a wheelchair so we decided she’d better like to be a flower girl so she wouldn’t have to feel out of place.
It looked good, and honestly there is no wrong or right.
Post # 5
This is a non-pro pic of my daughters in a friend’s wedding two years ago. They were 11 and 3 at the time. The bride picked a more mature dress for my older daughter and a princess ball gown dress for the little one. My older daughter helped the younger one down the aisle. It worked out great.
Post # 6
Our nieces were Jr Bridesmaids but they didn’t stand up. They had the dress, the bouquet, the hair, etc and walked down the aisle and then sat in the front row. Highly recommend.
Post # 7
I think the 10 year old flower girl is a must, since the other one is only 2! The 2 year old can’t do it alone, so it will work out fine.
Post # 8
I think this fine!! Just perhaps don’t dress them matching – pick an age appropriate dress for each of them and it’s great.
At the same time remember the 10 year old is only 10, you’re not having bridesmaids so this will be easier. I CRINGE every time I see a girl that age wearing a matching dress to the bridesmaids, she’s a kid.
Post # 10
my flowergirls are aged three (x2), five, seven and eight, so there is a bit of a range, but I think they are going to be adorable. Im hoping the older girls will help the younger ones. Though if it all goes wrong, and no one walks down the aisle or whatever, Im fine with that too. I just want them to have fun.
Post # 11
your daughters are beautiful!
Post # 12
I think 2 and 10 are entirely appropriate ages for flower girls. The older can assist the younger.