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  Plum, White, Ivory, Pink, White, Ivory, Pink, White, Ivory, Red, Plum, Lilac,
White & Ivory Turquoise, Fuchsia & Black Fuchsia and Black Champagne, Turquoise & Fuchsia
KD 219 CAA B548 CAA B596 CAA B599
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White White & Ivory White, Ivory & Dusty Rose White, Ivory & Pink
CAA B701 CAA B710 CAA B731 TP 6036S
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    White, White/Pink,  
White, Ivory, Pink & Blue As Shown Ivory/Coral & Ivory/Tan White, Ivory, Purple & Red
KC B800 KC B803 KC B810 KC B815
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Ivory Light Pink & Ivory As Shown White, Pink/Fuchsia & Ivory/Coral
DM 1099 DM 2417 CN 839 KC B802
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Champagne, Burgundy      
& Dusty Rose White, Ivory & Pink As Shown White, Pink/Fuchsia & Ivory/Coral
GG 3536M KD 210 CN 839 KC B802
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Plum, Fuchsia, Red,      
Coral, Ivory & Burgundy White & Ivory White White, Ivory, Pink & Lilac
GG 3516M GG 3284M GG 3491M GG 3525M
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White & Ivory Champagne, Eggplant(Plum) As Shown White & Ivory
TP 5155S KD 185 KD 338 KK 5221
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  Silver, Red, Black, Coral    
As Shown Chanpagne, White & Dusty Rose White & Pink As Shown
KD 280 CN 1132B BL 41 BL 7135
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KD 166 CN 3000B TP 7891S Baby Shoes
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FLOWER GIRL DUTIES:


Congratulations – your daughter is a flower girl! Now what are you supposed to do? Being the parent of the most adorable wedding attendant means you have
duties, too. Here’s the top line info you need to know:

THE DRESS:
Start collecting your pennies because traditionally the flower girl’s parents pay for her dress and accessories. Selecting the style is up to the bride,
but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t offer her guidance, especially if she’s not experienced buying children’s clothing. You don’t want your size 6 child
to end up with a size 4 dress, no matter how cute the gown may be.

PRE-WEDDING EVENTS:
As a member of the wedding party, the flower girl can expect invitations to all the fun festivities surrounding the wedding: bridal shower, rehearsal dinner,
brunches, etc. The one exception: the bachelorette party. Thankfully, that one is usually held way past her bedtime.

THE REHEARSAL:
Even if she’s worn a hole in your carpet from all her practicing, it’s important for the flower girl to attend the official wedding rehearsal. There she’ll
meet everyone involved in the ceremony and will feel like part of the team. The person running the rehearsal will give the flower girl her marching orders,
or rather, what is expected of her as she walks down the aisle. Hopefully, all this will help to ease her anxiety and get her excited for the big day.

THE DAY OF THE WEDDING:
Don’t be late! The bride may request that the flower girl arrive early along with the rest of the wedding party. Unfortunately, this could make for a very
long and tiring day. Be sure to bring stain proof, low sugar snacks and activities to keep her entertained, like the Flower Girl World Wedding Day Activity Book.

PICTURES:
She’ll be all smiles, if you both are prepared. The flower girl should be included in the formal portraits, which may be taken before and/or after the
ceremony. The picture taking process can be long and laborious (it’s tough being a model!), so explain to your child that she will be expected to smile,
pose nicely, and follow all the photographer’s requests. Keep hair products on hand for touch ups.

THE PROCESSIONAL:
It’s time for her to strut her stuff. Traditionally, the flower girl follows the ring bearer down the aisle and precedes the maid of honor, but it’s also
appropriate for the flower girl to make her entrance right before the bride. She might be asked to toss petals from a basket, hand flowers to guests,
carry a bouquet, or perform some other creative task. The goal is for her to make it to the end of the aisle, and most importantly, look cute while doing it.

DURING THE CEREMONY:
To sit or stand, that is the question – and you are probably the best person to answer. After the flower girl completes her walk down the aisle, she can
sit with a relative in the front or stand with the rest of the wedding party. You will know which option works best for your child, so be sure to suggest
it to the bride. At the end of the ceremony, the flower girl walks back up the aisle in front of the maid of honor.

THE RECEPTION:
It’s party time…but first some formalities. The flower girl is not required to stand in the receiving line, but she may be officially introduced along
with the rest of the wedding party. Rather than sit at the head table for the meal, the flower girl dines with her parents. By this point in the wedding,
you and your daughter have completed your duties. You did it! Feel free to grab a piece of wedding cake, kick it on the dance floor, and ENJOY!



What's the flower girl's primary role? To be darling, of course. But rosy cheeks and ribbons aside, her cruise down the aisle is no small feat. Having a
flower girl is optional, but it's a nice way to make a favorite little person feel a part of it all. Here's an explanation of her role and tips to help make it easy.

· The flower girl, usually an adorable little lady aged three to eight, proceeds down the aisle just before the maid of honor, scattering rose petals along
the bridal path. She follows the ring bearer (if there is one), and sometimes she will even precede the bride. Traditionally, she totes a basket full of petals,
but other alternatives include wrapped candies or confetti. Also, instead of scattering aforementioned items, she can carry a single bloom, a pomander
(a lush ball of flowers), or blow bubbles.

· Never underestimate the power of the buddy system. We love the idea of having two flower girls or pairing up ring bearer and flower girl so that they
can proceed together, side by side. Partnering will give them added confidence.

· If some bridesmaids are skittish about the processional, then the flower girl is definitely going to be a little spooked. To communicate the importance
of her role, while minimizing the pressure, the bride should explain the flower girl's duties to her well in advance. The parents should follow up with
pep talks and rehearsals.

· If possible, arrange to have the flower girl attend the shower and/or the bridesmaids' lunch (if the bride is having one) to boost her comfort level
around the other (bigger) bridal attendants. Seeing friendly, familiar faces on the big day will help to ease any anxiety.

· Seat the flower girl's parents toward the front of the ceremony so she can focus on them and be encouraged by their smiles of reassurance. The very
young flower girl should sit with her parents after she walks; poised little ladies may stand at the altar with the other bridal attendants.

· Flower girls aren't limited to wearing mini replicas of the bride's dress. Tea-length white dresses with a bonnet or satin bow are standard and sweet,
but there are many little-girl looks to choose from.

· Keep in mind that having children in the ceremony means there's only so much one can control. Rest assured that whatever the flower girl does
(cries, drops the basket, lifts up her dress...), her personality and preciousness will make the guests smile.

How To Measure (Use it as a guideline)


1. Dress Length: - Measure from the shoulder point at neck over fullest part of chest to hem line.

2. Chest: - Measure around the fullest part of chest. Kept tape straight, just under the arm and around the shoulder blades.

3. Waist: - Measure around the normal wasist line.

4. Sleeve Length: - Measure from the shoulder bone to the hemline of sleeve.

5. For Garment Messurements: - Select a size which is 1-2" (25-50mm) larger than chest and wasit than the body measurements.








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