Hope my Real Weddings Brides are having a glorious Thursday. For today’s edition of Dazzling Dresses, let’s take a look at some delightful dresses for the flower girl courtesy of Advantage Bridal.

This taffeta-layered, long gown is both elegant and versatile for any wedding theme. Choose between five dress colors and mix and match with up to fifteen detachable sash and flower combinations! A red dress with a red or black sash will make a great winter wedding piece while the pastel combinations will work just as well for a spring or summer wedding.

This tea length, three layer satin bubble dress is so adorable and fun! This flower girl dress is available in sizes 6-12 months up to a girl’s size 12 and comes in five base colors. Customize your flower girl’s look with a detachable sash and flower, offered in fifteen colors!

This style is a very popular look for flower girl dresses. The BL207 has a full, tea-length tulle skirt with colored petals placed under the first layer of tulle. A detachable sash will match the color of the petals, and there are ten colors to choose from. The satin bodice features a double spaghetti strap top.

This tea-length flower girl dress features an unusual asymmetrical bodice, a satin top and a tulle skirt. The base colors for the dress are white, ivory, pink, and lilac, and you have a choice between fifteen complementary colored sashes and flowers. For an additional fee, you can order the same dress for the flower girl’s American Girl doll!

This shantung silk and tulle flower girl dress comes in six color combinations, with the lilac and white combination shown in the photo. Petals are placed in the tulle skirt to match the shantung bodice, and a matching flower on the sash ties the entire dress together! This flower girl dress comes in sizes 2T-10.
Find these sweet flower girl dresses and more at Advantage Bridal, advantagebridal.com. And, be sure to like Advantage Bridal on Facebook, facebook.com/AdvantageBridal.

Blog post by Real Weddings Magazine’s Always a Bridesmaid Columnist, Darren Elms.

Photos courtesy of and copyright Advantage Bridal.
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