Toddler OOTD #39 - A flower girl
A few weeks ago we were celebrating the wedding of an old friend where our daughter had the very important task of being the flower girl...
Oh, how she loved it. She loved her special dress made by nanny, her sparkly shoes, her flower crown and her flowers, and her bucket for the petals. She loved having her hair done. Safe to say, it was probably one of the highlights of her life. She undertook her tasks seriously, and performed under pressure, bless. Even now, weeks afterwards, she sometimes talks about being a flower girl. Big day for a little girl.
Her dress was made in the wedding colours, white and pink. It was a bit of a chilly day so the bride had bought all the bridesmaids and her matching white cardigans. Good thing too, as we didn't have anything white and warm for her to wear. The flowers and the flower crown had an antique, perhaps a bit of a Grecian theme going on. They were gorgeous.
My dress was by Fenn Wright Manson (one of my favourite brands), and while gorgeous, gosh aren't those delicate lace-type dresses just impossible with toddlers. She loved poking her fingers through them, and pulling them, and clumsy me got the tangled in every single zipper and velcro I came across... I think I will need a help of a good seamstress!
What did you think of the outfits? Are you going to any weddings this summer?