Post # 1
In my last round of searching for a flower girl dress that is unique and inexpensive, I gave up. So, I’m at it again! I feel like I have it narrowed down to 2. My mom wants me to go with a flower girl dress that is the same brand, fabric, and color as my bm dresses – a fairly traditional flower girl dress. I would like to go with a pretty light pink Us Angels dress. What do you think?
Here is one of my bm dresses (my 6 bm’s will all be in different short champagne dresses in this line, but they all have similar skirt styles, and they will be carrying blush pink, champagne, and green bouquets):
Here is the flower girl dress that matches the bm dress, same fabric (it would be the same champagne with a blush pink sash at the waist):
Here is the Us Angels dress that I prefer:
To me, the Us Angels dress is just more fun and less traditional, which is what I want. But, will the pink flower girl dress look odd with a bunch of champagne bm dresses?
Thanks once again everyone!
Post # 3
why not have the flower girl in the second dress but in a white or ivory color??
Post # 5
@BlushingMonk: I forgot to add, if we go with the flower girl dress that matches the bm dresses, we would hem it so it was a similar length as the Us Angels dress.
@asianyoushi: That’s an option, and it does come in ivory, I just prefer it in pink. Plus, I feel like there may be too many shades of ivory happening – my dress, the champagne (which is very light) bridesmaids, and now another shade for the flower girls. I almost think it might work better to just inentionally contrast the Flower Girl dresses. But again, I’m not sure if it would look funny when everyone else will be in ivory/champagne.
Post # 7
ah… then the second dress in the color you picked would work… my bms are in dark purple so my flower girl will hopefully be in white/ivory
Post # 8
Number 2 is much cuter, if you love it more – go for that!
Post # 9
I like the second dress way more than the first. I think it would look better if it matched your theme, but it wouldn’t be terrible if you went with the pink!
Post # 11
I like the second dress. Traditionally, flower girls are supposed to look like miniature brides rather than tiny bridesmaids, so your flower girl’s dress does not need to look at all simliar to your bridesmaid dresses.