Royal weddings are the ultimate wedding inspiration. Even if all eyes are on the bride’s wedding dress, little flower girls and ring bearers always steal the spotlight.
From Princess Grace Kelly of Monaco to Pippa Middleton, take a look back at how royal bridal looks for flower girls & ring bearers looked and evolved throughout the years!
What did the flower girls wear?
Even if Grace Kelly’s wedding dress was designed by Helen Rose of MGM, the royal flower girls also rose to the occasion.
The cute little aspiring girls wore classic angel flower girl dresses made out of cream-colored tulle. Their dresses were matched with the princess’ dress. The dresses's length was just a little below the knees, as it's proper for this kind of event.
The details are what made the flower girls’ outfit so special. The little girls wore matching cream gloves and had little flower bouquets. On top of that, they wore discreet white flower crowns, just like Grace Kelly’s style. These little white beads and their silky hair enframed their faces perfectly.
The ring bearer's role and his (or her) tux outfit are important checkpoints for your wedding day, yet this shouldn't stress you out. The whole process of choosing a ring bearer should be fun - and this is where this guide comes in place!
If the wedding is almost here and you’re about to choose your ring bearer' suit attire - you got yourself to the right palce. From duties to outfit ideas, this article will help you put every little detail in order. Keep reading!
What is a Ring Bearer?
The ring bearer is usually a small boy or a girl, aged 4 to 10, who holds the rings and walks down the wedding aisle (right after the groomsmen & bridesmaids, and before or after the flower girl), carrying a ring pillow with the wedding bands, which he'll afterwards give to the best man or to the maid of honor.