Anyone who has ever organised a wedding knows that amidst the thrill of planning and perfecting details ahead of the day, the sheer number of things to consider can, at times, becoming overwhelming. And those who have attempted to do so in the past year and a half have had to contend with the pandemic-induced parameters changing near-constantly.

It pays, then, to be able to entrust various aspects of the day to dependably excellent experts, from individuals to reliable brands.

For those planning to have flower girls prettily accompanying the bride up the aisle, knowing that the little ones’ outfits are in good hands is a relief – not least because children are not always the most patient when it comes to clothes fittings.

These are the flower girl dress brands we really rate for flower girl dresses, whether your little fairies are babies, toddlers or teetering on the brink of adolescence.

Little Eglantine

A Top Flower Girl Dress Brand


If you are looking for designer flower girl dresses, there are few brands as traditionally gorgeous as Little Eglantine. A favourite amongst celebrities – Millie Mackintosh, Ellie Goulding and HRH Princess Claire of Luxembourg are all fans – LE won a LUX award for Most Outstanding Children’s Formalwear in 2018, and with good reason; every perfect little piece speaks of French couture and elegance.

Whether you’re looking for the best flower-girl dresses, page boy outfits, shoes, frocks for babies or older bridesmaids, there is something divine and worthy of a royal wedding on offer here. Ideal for anyone who loved the aesthetic at William and Kate’s nuptials. Explore the collection here.

Flower Girl Boutique

Specialised flower girl dress brand

Uk Flower Girl Boutique

Flower Girl Boutique makes some of the prettiest flower girl dresses in the UK. From its Sussex studio, it works closely with brides and mothers to find just the right look to coordinate with the whole bridal party.

We love the overarching woodland fairy vibe that pervades throughout the gorgeous collection of dresses, many of which come with full layered tulle skirts. There are also sweet little suits and waistcoats for boys, as well as some really lovely accessories.

We especially like the head garlands (for a magical, bucolic and pleasingly undone look, go for the Whimsical Lavender Flower number), but there are also boleros to keep little arms warm if the day turns nippy; sashes for instant added traditional appeal; and a collection of flower girl shoes. You really need look no further. Explore the collection here.

Next Retail

Budget-friendly flower girl dress collection

Next Retail

When planning your flower girl ensembles, do not discount high street brands, which can offer good value for money while also being as pretty as a picture. Next is an excellent choice, thanks to its collection of frocks in classic shades of ivory, pink, cream and mint.

To make life simple (and who doesn’t want that when planning a wedding?), you can also buy matching sandals and accessories to draw the whole look together and thus keep little ones from getting too impatient at trying-on sessions.

There are more sophisticated looks for older children, complete with sequins and off-the-shoulder details; what we like the most, though, is the cutesier and more floral end of the spectrum for tinies. Explore the collection here.

Amelia Brennan

Beautiful bridesmaid collection

Amelia Brennan

Who could not fall for Amelia Brennan’s brand, which specialises in creating luxury traditional bridesmaid and page boy outfits – all at affordable prices.

Amelia is extremely particular about working exclusively with high-quality materials – typically Thai or Indian silk and 100 per cent cotton – and all of her designs are made up by a family team in Hong Kong. Smart, timeless and pretty, there is a nod to British tradition, but always with a modern and practical twist.

We especially love the white plimsolls for little ones, which ensure that they look adorable while – vitally – feeling comfortable on the big day. The darling hand-smocked dresses are the stuff of dreams, too. Explore the collection here.

Little Bevan

Classic British dresses

Little Bevan

Any couple who dreams of a quintessentially English aesthetic at their wedding would be well-advised to consider Little Bevan when it comes to everything from baby flower girl dresses to those for older children.

Made in their London studio, each piece is impeccably fitted, and the utmost care is given to fabrics and finishes.

Little Bevan’s designer, Sarah, is inspired by vintage styles, with a contemporary twist. Her interest was piqued early when, as a child, she admired the Dior-look wedding dress her mother had made for herself to wear on her wedding day in the 1950s.

A truly bespoke service, Little Bevan will help tie the look of the entire bridal party together (including the parents of the flower girls, if you so wish) and can customise colours, details and accessories even when you order online. However, for the full couture service, you can opt to book an appointment for a full made-to-measure fitting. Explore the collection here.

Sue Hill Clothing

Handmade flower girl dresses

Sue Hill Clothing

Sue Hill’s impetus to launch her lovely label came after the birth of her child, the experience having stirred in her old childhood memories and a sense of nostalgia, both of which were later articulated through her vintage-style collection.

It stands to reason that children’s dresses should have been her canvas on which to explore those reminiscences; she had, after all, learned to sew and knit at the age of ten, taught by her mother, Valerie. Using luxury fabrics, such as silk, lace and cotton, Sue’s team creates exquisite flower girl dresses – as well as accessories to complement them – from her studio and showroom in East Sussex.

We love the classic silhouettes, many of which sit just a little above the ankle and are reminiscent of something a young, coltish Audrey Hepburn might have once worn. We are also particular fans of the Victorian overtones of the Emily Chiffon dress. Explore the collection here.

Pepa & Co

Wedding & multi-purpose dress shop

Pepa & Co

‘We enjoy seeing our children look like children,’ says Pepa Gonzalez, founder of Pepa & Co. Having been a nanny to a host of international families in London, in 2013, she decided to live her dream of bringing back classic clothes for a new generation of kids and, with that dictum in mind, Pepa & Co was born.

Focusing on traditional and smart designs that reflect both British and her native Spanish heritage, the brand has since become known all over the world for its timeless collections for children, from newborns all the way up to ten-year-olds. Her label is, too, a great option for anyone looking for a flower girl dress.

Whilst there isn’t a dedicated flower girl section on the website as such, all of her occasion-wear would double beautifully for the role. We love the hand-smocking seen on the White Occasion Dress With Green Details. At £340, it is more expensive than most of the other labels listed; it would undoubtedly make, however, a future family heirloom. Explore the collection here.

Not On The High Street

Dresses for bridesmaids & flower girls

Not On The High Street

The beauty of NOTS is two-fold: first, a quick search for flower girl dresses will yield a dizzying number of results at the click of a button in a variety of styles and price points; and, second, every time you purchase something through the site, you know that you are supporting a small, independent business.

Many of the labels we have mentioned in this list showcase their work on the site, as well as many others you may also wish to explore – along with a myriad of other flower girl accoutrements that you might never have even thought about without the prompt from NOTS’s coterie of clever makers. An excellent repository of treasures. Explore more of what’s available on offer here.

Charles Class

Low-cost dresses

Charles Class

The family-run Charles Class is one of the UK’s largest wedding wear stockists for children, specialising in fresh, quality and, importantly, affordable designs.

This dedicated business comes off the back of more than a decade’s experience in occasion wear for adults, for which the company garnered an international clientele before deciding to focus on special outfits for children. If you’re looking for something sweet, pretty and – in most cases – under £50, this is a really great resource. View the collection here.


Top online boutique


Monsoon long ago made a name for itself within the wedding industry as one of the top, and more reliable places to shop for wedding dresses on the high street and on a budget. Indeed, even for those couples with more pennies to play with, it can sit uneasily to spend such a large amount for an item of clothing that will, in all likelihood, be worn just once.

Happily, the same applies to its flower girl dresses, which offer a good variety, from the simple and sweet to the more floral and embellished. To make the whole experience quicker and easier, there are also all the matching shoes, accessories and bolero-style cardigans you could possibly need under the same roof too. Explore the collection here.


Flower girl & junior bridesmaid dresses

Roco Clothing

Many of the labels on this list have leant towards the quintessentially British and the traditional. Roco shakes that up somewhat by nodding towards more prom-style – and thus perhaps slightly more American-influenced – pieces for flower girls and junior bridesmaids to wear.

Fashioning itself as affordable and stylish, Roco has recently unveiled a collaboration with the model Vogue Williams, wife of Made in Chelsea star Spencer Matthews.

As with all the others on this list, the beauty with these outfits is that – unlike the bride’s gown – they are likely to be worn again and again and, ideally, handed down to siblings or the next generation. It may be formal wear but, after the big day is done and dusted, we say why wait for another occasion to wear it? Explore the collection here.

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