Sugar and spice and all things nice - that's what little girls are made of, and so it goes. When choosing your flower girls outfits you will naturally want them to look cute as. There are so many options around its good to have a good look before you decide as well as looking at different budget options. Here is a mini guide.
TRADITIONAL: Bhs (www.bhs.co.uk) and John Lewis (www.johnlewis.com) for affordable pieces. Young England (www.youngengland.com) and Little Bevan (www.littlebevan.co.uk) and Niki MacFarlane (www.nikimacfarlanebridesmaids.co.uk) are very good labels at higher price points but you get your money's worth here in the craftsmanship and material quality. My new favourite is La Stupenderia - a classic adorable collection (www.lastupenderia.com).
For glitzy little numbers ideal for CITY and BLACK TIE weddings, Monsoon has plenty of very affordable little sparkly dress with lots of beading, sequins, in tulles and satins and silks. Also try David Charles and Il Pinco Pallino at Harrods (www.harrods.com) - very sophisticated labels that have a great range of dresses that are still perfect for weddings.
For slightly alternative BOHO but still bridal I Love Gorgeous (www.ilovegorgeous.co.uk) dresses are desperately pretty and girly. I have also just discovered a great new brand Peak Princess who do great dresses in cotton floral liberty prints - seriously cute! They are also good for baby bridesmaids as they start at three months and go up to nine years (www.peakprincess.co.uk). What I love about them is the print gives a different look yet it's still perfect for little girls to walk down the aisle in!