For a bride, picking out the flower girl dresses might just be THE most fun part of the wedding - every dress is adorable -- and every little girl will look adorable in them! -- so it's a win/win situation. That being said, there are so many choice, how do you know which one will work best with your wedding? ... Read MoreRead Less
Coordinating Styles. Some bridesmaid dress designers, like Bill Levkoff and Alfred Angelo, have flower girl and/or junior bridesmaid dresses that actually coordinate with the bridesmaids, which is a great way to go for a quick and easy selection. If you don't go that route, simply look for dresses with similar lines/elements (A-line, tulle, beading, floral detail) to either the bridesmaid dresses or your bridal gown.
Color. Traditionally flower girl dresses are primarily white or ivory, though lots of modern brides opt for fun color for the special little girls in their wedding party. The choice is yours, but if you do go the traditional route, just remember to consider the color of your wedding dress and look for a white or ivory that coordinates well.
Accessories. With a beautiful flower girl dress, there's really no need to over-accessorize, but do think about how she'll be wearing her hair (will she need a headband? Hair bows?) and what she might be carrying (assuming it's a traditional flower girl basket, you'll want it to coordinate in color and style with her dress). Also, in cooler months, you might want to consider a little jacket or shrug to make sure your flower girl is comfy!