When I saw a few of these precious little frocks featured on Utterly Engaged, I fell head over heels in love with J.Crew’s flower girl line. I’m pretty sure you will, too. Now, I may have gone a little overboard in this post – I’ve included what seems to be nearly every gown they offer, from silk taffeta to dupioni to tousled tulle. But you know what? I post what I love, and I love pretty much all of them, so why stop at five when I love 15? You get me.
Just wait until you scroll down. It’s not only the dresses that have me swooning; their little girl shoes are absolutely adorable, and the jewelry + embellishments they have available are simply too charming for words. Honestly, everything is so darling, it almost makes me sick.
Twinkle ballet flats! Oh, how delightful.
Patent-leather Mary Janes:
Satin ballet flats with rosettes:
Yup, they come in white, too.
Keeping it casual? Here’s a simple satin ballet flat for the little munchkin.
The only thing I love more than these silk organza flower pins, is the fact that they’re 30% off when you buy two or more of them. That’s kinda nice. Sadly, I don’t have a use for them, but I hope you do!
Aaaand finally, a few pearls to round out the look and add that oh so fine finishing touch.
There’s kind of a HUGE price disparity between the necklace and the bracelet, by the way. I don’t really understand it (aside from the obvious fact that we’re dealing with real and fake). Still, that bracelet is WAY less expensive than you probably think it is. Like, shockingly so. So, as my fiancé likes to kid – here’s today’s lesson in Economics 101 with Alison: why buy a little girl freshwater pearls when they make perfectly good fake ones? This way, when she misplaces or fully loses it sometime between when you give it to her and your ceremony, it won’t be that big of a deal. Because she probably will lose it. And you will get upset, if they were freshwater pearls. No, not normal you – the crazy, getting married version of you who’s capable of losing her temper in front of little girls.