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Flower Girl Dresses for Fall

Flower Girl Dresses for Fall




It’s time to put away the summery flower girl dresses, because fall is right around the corner!  Here is a round-up of fun flower girl dresses that will keep your favorite little ladies just a little warmer as the weather starts to change!



Above, the key to making any flower girl dress autumn-ready is to add adorable tights.  You can also add a cardigan or velvet shrug, especially if you are planning an outdoors event.







It’s not winter, so you don’t need to pull out the long-sleeved wool dresses just yet.  Cute short sleeves will work just fine for an indoors ceremony. We love both of the sophisticated dresses above with lace sleeves (above, left) and glittering bodice (above, right).


Want a really traditional look for your sweet flower girl?  This smocked cotton dress with Peter Pan collar is adorable. Later in the winter, she can pair it with a dark gray sweater and cabled tights for holiday parties.







If you’re having a formal wedding, you need your flower girl totally on-point. These velvet dresses below will mean that your little lady is just as stylish as the bridesmaids. The teal dress (below, left) features silver beadwork around the collar. Below, you’ve never seen a flower girl quite so grand as one wearing a red dress with matching cape (right).









Just because your tiny flower girl can’t talk yet doesn’t mean she shouldn’t look darling. Keep her warm in a long-sleeved drop waist dress with bow (we adore the matching ballet flats).  Find a dress in a vibrant dress in your color palette. Both of the dresses below are in bold hues and would look terrific paired with white tights and simple headbands.







Early autumn wedding? Have her wear a floral dress representing the last bright blooms of summer, and then pair with a matching black cardigan at the reception after the sun goes down.







Flower girl that wasn’t quite old enough to be a junior bridesmaid?  She’ll love wearing a super cool dress with a twirly skirt and modern style. For fall weddings, a colorful cardigan or 3/4 length sleeves are great options with these two patterned dresses below.









It used to be that sparkly dresses were representative of winter weddings, but with the growing popularity of metallic color palettes, these two silver dresses are picture-perfect for a fall event.







It can be hard to find a flower girl dress for a preppy or nautical wedding, but these two dresses below are definite all-stars. Below (left), this Lilly Pulitzer-worthy shift dress features a cool pineapple design. And, of course, the preppiest of choices, a pin-striped shirtdress, will make your cool flower girl the second most talked about gal of the wedding.









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