Flower Girl Accessories

flower girl floral crowns

So, if we’re being totally honest, flower girls are so darn cute they would still still be absolutely adorable without these accessories. But, since it is fun to dress them up like the little divas that they know they are, let’s take a gander at this round-up of sweet jewelry, headbands, and shoes.


flower girl accessories

Depending on the neckline of your flower girl dress, you may want to add a little extra sparkle. I love this glam beaded collar. It would be super chic with a black and white dress. If you prefer to go daintier, try one of these pearl or beaded necklaces. If the flower girl plays a special role in your life (like your daughter or niece), buy her a charm necklace, so that she can start off plenty of “charmed” memories at your wedding.

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Unfortunately, our obsession with shoes starts young, so whether her style icon is Suri Cruise (just look at those mini-pumps!) or Dorothy, these sparklers will have her very excited to show them off down the aisle.

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Flower girls and gloves are a combo too precious for words. If you do want your little lady to wear them, make sure to use them at the rehearsal, as petals can often get stuck on the fabric.

elaborate flower girl headband

This art deco-inspired headband (above) is for the most glam of 1920s weddings, whereas this boho lace and flower topper is perfect for a shabby chic affair.

flower girl lace headband

Credits:  Floral Crowns//Beaded Collar//Pearl Necklace//Bead Necklace//Charm Necklace//Bejeweled Sash//White Bow Pumps//Red Glitter Flats//Multicolored Flats//Black Flats//White Gloves//Striped Bow//Glam Headpiece//Lace and Flower Headband

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