Post # 1
My flower girl’s moms are freaking out about the dress I have chosen.
What is an appropriate price for a flower girl dress?
I’ve gotten comments so far: such as:
” …is it made out of gold?“
Rude, but maybe it is a bit spendy?
What do you think?
What is a price you would see where you would say NO WAY?
(btw: i’ve looked many places and this is the only one i’ve found that matches our dresses.)
Post # 4
I’m not sure because I don’t have experience with flower girl dresses, but I wouldn’t want them to have to pay more than $50
Post # 5
I think I wouldn’t want to pay more than $100, and even that’s a bit high. Maybe if you post a photo of the dress you like, the Bees can help you find something similar at a lower price! Just a thought. 🙂
Post # 6
i am gonna try not to spend more then 50 dollars for the dress.. if your wedding is after easter and you want your girls in white dresses i would wait til the after easter dresses /communion dresses go on sale… maybe go with the flower girls mom to burlington coat factory,ross, tj maxx marshalls and see if they have any dresses that will work..
how much is the flower girl dress you told her about
Post # 7
I felt bad asking our friend to pay $40 for the flowergirl dress, I wouldn’t have gone over that. Can we see a pic of the dress and maybe help find comparable ones for less expensive?
Post # 8
They should definitely be under $100 and even that is high….how much were the ones you were looking at?
Post # 9
Anything over 50 is pretty steep for childrens dress clothes that they will more than likely grow out of in a few months. I’d say if you LOVE the dress you picked out, and its more than 50 bucks, you should pay the remainder.
Also, the flower girls dress doesn’t need to match the bridesmaids dress. My girls are wearing navy gowns of their choice, and the flower girl is wearing a silver tulle and satin tutu with a little white cardigan. The whole outfit cost 40 bucks.
(not trying to be critical, just throwing some other ideas out there)
This was my inspiration pic: