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We’re kicking off this lovely morning with a new Ask Emmaline question. Bride-to-be, Erika, writes to us with the following:
I’m getting married next spring and I’m looking at flower girl dresses. My wedding theme is boho rustic and held outdoors, and I want something dressed up but comfortable enough for my two flower girls (aged four and six) to run around in. I don’t want anything poofy. Any advice?”
Great question, Erika! It’s a great idea to plan ahead and thoughtful to think of your flower girls being comfortable. When it comes to an outdoor wedding, something comfortable they can move around in is key. One of our favorite flower girl dress options for rustic weddings is Olive and Fern.
by olive and fern, photo: miles witt boyer photography
The cotton flower girl dresses from Olive and Fern are handmade from Eco-friendly natural cotton in ivory. Your flower girl will love to wear her dress because it’s so comfortable. For an outdoor wedding, comfort is essential: you won’t want her to get itchy from layers of scratchy tulle underneath or get too hot from synthetic, non-breathable fabrics. These dresses can be worn in nearly any season (spring or summer recommended; fall is great with a light cardigan). The natural styling allows for coordination with nearly any theme, with rustic being our favorite choice for this style.
And, in case you’re wondering… they’re totally twirlable. Because, let’s face it, as a flower girl, twirl-ability is pretty much a deal-breaker.
by olive and fern, photo: josselyn peterson
Here are four handpicked dresses we know would work extremely well for your big day.
1. The Ivy
dress: olive and fern, photo: kali norton
2. The Original
by olive and fern
3. The Ooh La La
dress: olive and fern
Getting boots for your bridesmaids? Don’t forget about these for your flower girl!
dress: olive and fern, photo: jenn ocken photography
Which of these dresses is your favorite? You can find out more about these (and see dozens more) at Olive and Fern.
Now it’s YOUR turn:
What do you think of these cotton flower girl dresses?