Everyone looks forward to seeing the flower girl walk down the aisle during the wedding ceremony….not only because they know she walks down right before the bride but also because flower girls are so darn cute! There are so many great accessories for flower girls that will make your flower girl unique and even cuter….if that’s possible!
I love hair accessories; especially for flowergirls! One of my favorite hair accessories is a floral halo to wear in her hair which gives a beautiful soft angelic look. If your flower girl is young she may not wear a halo on her head so be prepared with a headband or single flower for her hair in case she wants to pull it off.
A trend I am totally loving right now is for flowergirls to wear a tutu for the wedding. Adorable!
In a traditional ceremony, the flower girls carry a basket of petals and drop the petals down before the bride walks down. If you want something a little different or may have a young flower girl that will probably forget to drop the petals, there are some fun alternatives for them to carry. These are also great alternatives if you are getting married in a church or a home that does not allow you to drop fresh petals down the aisle.
Pomander Balls are the new flower girl basket with a twist! They are also easy to make yourself. They can be made out of so many different materials including many types of flowers like orchids and carnations as well as paper and pinecones! Just a note…don’t be fooled by the size of the pomander ball….it does take quite a few flowers and materials to make one pomander ball!
Some other great accessories flower girls can carry are floral purses, mini bouquets and even wands!
If you decide to have kids in your wedding ceremony you have to know they can be a little unpredictable but no matter what happens guests will love oooo’ing and aahhh’ing over them.
What do you think about these flower girl accessories? Let us know your thoughts!
Sources: www.glendaloughmanor.com, www.dexknows.com, www.etsy.com, www.weddingplannercalgary.ca, www.thingsfestiveblogspot.com, www.fourisheventdesign.com,