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Flower Girl FAQs

Thinking of including a flower girl in your wedding? Read on for some frequently asked questions! How old is the typical flower girl? Most flower girls are between the ages of 4 and 8, though some brides have opted to choose flower girls who are as young as 2 to participate in their big days. Does the flower girl have to be a relative? No. While most flower girls are related to the bride or groom, it is perfectly acceptable to ask the child of a close friend to be your flower girl. Who chooses the flower girl dress? Typically, the bride decides the attire for flower girls. Does the flower girl dress match the bride’s dress or the bridesmaids’ dresses? Either. Some brides prefer to have their flower girls dressed as miniature versions of themselves; others choose dresses that coordinate with the color scheme of the wedding. Who pays for the flower girl dress? The parents of the flower girl typically pay for the dress. Although, if the bride has chosen a particularly expensive dress, it