Home Dresses & style Bridesmaids & flowergirls Cute Flower Girl Dresses For Your Wedding Day return to landing page 9 of 19 Zara The vibrant blooms and ruffled sleeves of this Zara dress creates a charming (and budget-friendly!) choice for your little maids. Match the colours to your aisle decor for a flawless approach to big day styling. Wild & Gorgeous You can't go wrong with glitter at a wedding, especially when it comes to your flower girls. Wild & Gorgeous have an amazing array of traditional and party styles for your little ones, and this sparkly tulle number will make all of their dreams come true. Team with a pair of sparkly shoes for Cinderella style they'll love. You can even glitter up your drinks (sprinkle in prosecco for you, apple juice for them) with amazing rose gold shimmer - after all, if you can't go all out on your wedding day then when can you? Rime Arodaky Fall in love with the baby bohemian style of this Rime Arodaky embroidered gown. Your little ones will love the freedom of the flowing skirt, whilst looking every inch the 'flower girl'.READ MORE: 31 Beautiful Boho Wedding Dresses Oscar de la Renta If your wedding is all set to be a luxury affair, then you can't go wrong with dressing your flower girls in Oscar de la Renta. Clean white frocks made from the finest material ooze timeless elegance, even for your little ones. Just be careful they don't spill any cake down their front! READ MORE: 24 Fabulous Floral Wedding Cakes Nicki Macfarlane at Childrensalon There's something quite regal about this beautiful gold and ivory gown from Nicki Macfarlane. With it's opulent waist sash and voluminous skirt, it's easy to see why the designer was chosen to create the gowns for the Royal Wedding back in 2011.READ MORE: How To Wed Like Wills And Kate Nicki Macfarlane We think this floral Nicki Macfarlane bridesmaid dress would be perfect for an autumnal affair. The whimsical florals are reminiscent of Victoriana fauna, whilst the plush velour will leave your little one feeling every inch the little princess. Monsoon Pleated skirts are a classic look that your little maids will love. This pretty Monsoon dress is a fabulous pick that will work for any wedding style or colour scheme, and look amazing with a pair of funky floral pumps. Rachel Riley For brides who want a slightly more formal look for their flower girls, Rachel Riley is a great bet for gorgeous gowns with fluffed out skirts and darling bows. READ MORE: Fun And Exciting Ways To Entertain Children At Weddings Monsoon This corsage adorned dress from Monsoon will bring sunshine to your day. Click here for some more shining yellow inspiration. Monsoon A scatter of sequinned embellishment makes this powder-blue Monsoon gown a delight to wear. Stitched by skilled artisans in Asia, you can rest easy knowing the not only does the dress look gorgeous, but it's sustainable too.READ MORE: 31 Beautiful Blue Bridesmaids Dresses Marks and Spencer We love the glorious gold shade of this sequinned Marks and Spencer maxi dress. For a flower girl style that's slightly different from the norm, click here. We promise it will make you smile! Debenhams 3D flowers are a super-cute addition to any gown, and this RJR.John Rocha dress is the perfect pick for a summer wedding. Debenhams are a high-street haven for brides to be, offering dresses for your mother, maids and little ones, aswell as gorgeous, affordable bridal gowns. Check out Savannah Miller's collection here, aswell as her top tips for finding you dream dress. Couche Tot at Childrensalon Embroidered tulle, a layered skirt and the prettiest bow brooch create an adorable flower girl dress from Couche Tot. It's an amazing tutu style that will look just as amazing skipping down the aisle as it will spinning through the dance floor. READ MORE: The Ultimate Wedding Party Playlists For Your Reception Angel's Face For winter weddings, this marabou feather waistcoat from Angel's Face is the perfect addition to your little ones look. REAL WEDDING: A Winter Celebration With A Gorgeous Naomi Neoh Wedding Dress Angel's Face Your flower girls will feel absolutely gorgeous in one of these vibrant colourful tutu skirts from Angel's Face. They come in a variety of colours to suit any wedding style, and look great teamed with a simple tee or all-out sparkle.READ MORE: Best Adorable Childrenswear For Weddings David Charles at Alex and Alexa Capped sleeves, a tulle skirt and the sweetest golden embroidery makes this David Charles flower girl dress a real showstopper. Get your maids and groomsmen in blue too for an extra lucky bridal party. Oscar de la Renta at Alex and Alexa There's something quite special about purple - it's connotations with the royals, wealth and opulence can't be ignored. For a wedding in a castle, or a stately home, this Oscar de la Renta dress is a gorgeous choice that oozes effortless style and tasteful luxury - perfect for your special day. Wild and Gorgeous How dreamy is this Wild & Gorgeous gown? The vintage-style is perfect for traditional couples who want their flower girls to reflect their own values and style. We'd team this dress with a beautiful floral headband and a basket of petals for a boho, laid-back style that your little one's will feel comfortable in all day long.READ MORE: 27 Ways To Wear Flowers In Your Hair On Your Wedding Day More wedding ideas Lovely Christmas Presents for your Fiancée: Our Top Picks for Her Real wedding: a magical wedding in Dorset with a blush pink colour scheme Adorable Christmas Cards for Your Fiancé or Fiancée Stella McCartney has released a bridal collection including Meghan Markle's second wedding dress Share on Pinterest Email to a friend Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Share on Google Plus Tags: flowergirls Comments Oops – nothing in this comment! Sorry, we couldn't post your comment right now. Can you try again later? Sarah296 30/03/2015 at 16:01 so so pretty RachelYYW 29/03/2015 at 12:21 Hi Lanzab2b, do you mean in image 8? These are George Asda. Xx Lanzab2b 27/03/2015 at 13:54 These are beautiful dresses. Would anyone know where the little pink lace shoes are from?