I went to a wedding last weekend and I had an absolute blast! I’m trying to get as many ideas as possible for my own wedding. They had a photo booth for one, I think that was the best part of the night, but that’s besides the point. My latest dilemma in planning my wedding is if I should have a flower girl and ring bearer. I know I would have one of my nieces do it and one of my nephews as well, but I just don’t know if it’s necessary. There will already be flowers on the ground and the best man will most likely have the ring. I love “my kids” to death and I would love to have them walk down that isle, but I don’t even get to see them since I’ll be the last one out. I know I’ll take pictures with them all dressed up, but still. Anyway, so this wedding we went to had the cutest flower girl ever. She had her hair up in curls with a cute flowered wreath is what I called it. I pictured my niece wearing the same thing. I thought the bride could have easily saved some money by making her own flower girl crown instead of using real flowers.
Another really cute way to decorate your little girl’s hair is to just use a headband. These can be made so easily and later on she can keep it to play wedding or princess. I’m telling you, this little girl’s hair was cute and my niece has the same kind of hair, so it’s making this decision quite hard.
I also figured that if I do decide to have her in the wedding we can make her a dress instead of going out and buying a big fancy thing. There are plenty of really cute flower girl dresses that you can make and it’ll obviously help you save money. You can also be a little more creative because you can choose the colors and details.
So, what do you think? Should I have a flower girl and ring bearer in my wedding? You have to help me out with this one!
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