Flower Girl Dresses, Part III
October 26, 2009

Back to today's round-up! Love, love, love all of the perfect little dresses that our editor, Ms. Carrie Moore, found for us! Such a great collection of simple and fancy, chic and traditional little frocks. Here are a few more of her fabulous finds!

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There are some tried and true companies that carry unbelievably gorgeous, traditional flower girl dresses, but instead of going straight to the source, I thought it best to do a little digging to bring to you guys a collection of eclectic looks for the bride that wants a bit more of an avant-garde flair. The next set has a little bit of everything, some indie designers with European panache, a few eco-chic, and a sneak peak of Crewcuts newest additions for the little ladies.

Flower Girl Dresses: Round I

Row One: The fabric in this frock by Neige is beyond gorgeous and is perfect paired with a cozy cardigan. And oh my goodness, the little gems adorning the Tartine et Chocolat dress is so ideal for adding a little glam without being over-the-top. How wonderful is the pleating in Neige’s peacock hued dress? This flower girl dress would be perfect if your maids are also wearing jeweled tones.

Row Two: Ok, this is my all time favorite dress here today. Dagmar Daley toole with linen in the most perfect way-I can’t think of a better way to add a touch of whimsy to your bridal party. Eco-chic designer Whitten Grey created one precious dress that could easily be worn at a casual day-time affair. Il Gufo’s perfectly tailored silhouette and intricate details conjures up images of little clouds. Each one is completely heavenly and absolutely wearable beyond the big day.

Row Three: J. Crew ‘s drop waist flower girl dress is too perfect for a rustic wedding, but if your look is more romantic than rustic, J. Crew has the solution in crushed silk. Ses Petits Mains is oh, so Parisian and just the thing for an understated but charming look. J'aime!