Thursday, February 16, 2012

THE JUNIOR BRIDESMAID


Not young enough to be a flower girl; not quite old enough to play bridesmaid, so how do you dress her? Actually junior bridesmaids have been gracing European weddings for centuries where the bridal party is made up primarily of children ranging in age from about four to sixteen. So how does a girl between 8 and 16 dress? By fourteen she can probably go with or a least echo the adult bridesmaids. These taffetas by Stephanie Staub of Little Eglantine say it perfectly.  Creating phenom kid chic for tots to teens is Stephanie's special gift to bridal wear--I personally love these new additions to her 2012 collection . . . .

9 comments:

Cool Vanity said...

Lovely colors and lovely dresses. KIsses.

Lucie Srbová said...

Those dresses are adorable:) I have a giveaway on my blog so feel free to join it:)

http://stylewithoutlimits.blogspot.com/2012/02/first-giveaway.html

just tututiny said...

Very pretty dresses. My daughter is going to be a flower girl again this March =)

Hope all is well my dear!

angelaseeangelablog said...

I was never a jr bridesmaid or flowergirl :(

Thanks for droppng by!
XXASAB
New outfit post: Maximum

Elaine said...

those dresses are so beautiful! love these colors

Lissa (The Wedding Bistro at Bellenza) said...

Great reminder...dress options for junior bridesmaids aren't often featured!

Kindra Leomiti said...

I think younger bridesmaids also provide a lovelier atmosphere during wedding ceremonies. Their youthful smiles are always so refreshing, and they are very easy to clothe since they are not too picky when it comes to dresses. Do you find junior bridesmaids ideal nowadays?

Rhian Morris said...

great colors for Junior Bridesmaids! These garments have simple, elegant lines, pergect for the age group.

dress1 said...

This is the right wedding dresses i need.