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Wedding Flower Girls: Tutus and RibbonsPlanning the perfect fall wedding? The
weather will be lovely, the wedding dress unique, the bouquet a fall of leafy
grandeur. The bridesmaids can be decked out in all the colors of the changing
leaves, and the groomsmen boutonnièred with gorgeous golden blossoms. Best of
all, the cake icing won’t melt in the summer heat. What could be better?
Don’t forget - the flower girls are always
the mini-stars of the show. Their attire can mimic the bridesmaids’ dresses in
color, but why not add a little more autumnal fervor by using girls’ tutus to
increase their charm?
Gold and Green Wedding
Match rich golden shirtwaists with soft green
tutus and let the flower girls strew leaves down the aisle instead of rose
petals. Braid hair into coronets and add leafy garlands, matching ribbons, and
soft ballet slippers to complete the outfit. A little glitter will make the
children seem even more magical and enchanting!
Rust and Flame Wedding
Rich reds and orange hues make a wedding into
a royal affair. Try pairing subdued rust colored peasant tops with full flame
colored tutus for girls under the age of six, with longer tutu dresses with
fitted, ribbon-tied corsets for the older girls. Hair left long and flowing
with richly colored flowers pinned in with ribbons trailing will make the
wedding a forest fairytale!
Some couples may opt for an October 31
wedding date. Black and orange wedding decorations, a bride in costume and
outlandishly garbed guests who recreate the scenes from a masquerade ball will
be in abundance. Simply mix and match black and orange leotards and tutu
skirts, tie ponytails with similarly colored ribbons, and use face paint to
create pumkpin faces on the flower girls for a zany, fun wedding event!
Be creative with colors, textures and
materials when planning fall weddings. Tutu costumes can make the flower girls
stand out and add to the special memories of an already historic day!
Posted by Angela S
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