Flower girl dresses - where to get them from? Looking to spend about £50 each

(22 Posts)
MimikosPanda Sun 17-Feb-13 20:07:03

The bridal shop have some beautiful flower girl dresses but they are very expensive. I've looked at M&S, Debenhams, Monsoon, BHS, Tesco online, John Lewis, but haven't found 'the one' and have run out of ideas of where else to look.

I'm looking for age 2/3/4, in either ivory or teal and in quite a simple design. Can anyone recommend anywhere?

Eglantyne Sun 17-Feb-13 20:10:56

Next online?

MimikosPanda Sun 17-Feb-13 20:15:08

Sorry, yes I did check there too. I think their website has changed sinc e I was last on because I kept going in circles!

biglips Mon 18-Feb-13 10:08:02

where are you?

Gooseysgirl Mon 18-Feb-13 10:14:29

I got a gorgeous ivory dress for my DH's little cousin (was 4 yrs old at the time) from Next online. It was two years ago now but from what I remember it was less than £30. She was our flower girl smile

LeBoob Mon 18-Feb-13 10:16:29

What about etsy?

Gooseysgirl Mon 18-Feb-13 10:17:49

OP I just had a quick look.. Google 'Ecru Sash Bridesmaid dress Next'... V similar dress there to the one I got for DH's cousin a couple if years ago

montmartre Mon 18-Feb-13 10:25:35

vertbaudet usually have lovely ones, and I think you can choose a variety of sash colours.
Monsoon usually good for teal, so that's a blow.
I thought debenhams don't look v good until they're on IYSWIM... is there any chance they can go and try some?

MimikosPanda Mon 18-Feb-13 15:37:34

Thanks all, I think I was put off the Ecru sash one because we'd need the whole dress to be just ivory, and I think ecru is more biscuity?
I would never have thought of Vertbaudet so I will go and have a look, thanks.

Greydog Tue 19-Feb-13 12:20:28

Have you thought of Oxfam? they have a special bridal dept. There is one in our village, and some of the stuff has been lovely. Still, you have to strike lucky on the day! I think that Oxfam has an online shop as well? Good luck!

mirai Thu 21-Feb-13 23:35:18

I am having the exact same problem. It's now spring time, you'd think there'd be plenty of pretty flower girl dresses around but it's impossible! OP you have my sympathies. Am off to google Vertbaudet!

LondonInHighHeeledBoots Sun 24-Feb-13 15:33:28

I have seen some gorgeous little girls ivory and white party dresses in Primark of all paces, could be worth a look? Especially as it really wouldn't matter if she trashed it as they are about a tenner. I would not be surprised if they has a teal either.
I wish we has a flower girl for the adorable dresses, but no toddlebugs or little ones at all in my or DP's family sad

MrsBigBadBeck Sun 03-Mar-13 22:03:07

I got my flower girls dresses from lightinthebox.com. Came all the way from china, I was avoiding this big time as I had huge worries but oh my god I was shocked. Amazing quality and easy for alterations. Cost us £40 per girl!

KatAndKit Tue 05-Mar-13 15:41:38

https://www.sexyher.co.uk/

Forgive the awful name of the website but they have a range of flowergirl dresses and you can get the dress and the sash made up in the colour of your choice for an extra £10. Unlike some of the other online wedding sites they are based in the uk so you won't get stung for import taxes.

AnythingNotEverything Tue 05-Mar-13 15:47:33

Have you tried monsoon?

JoCheshire10 Tue 19-Mar-13 20:27:38

I got mine from Debenhams there were some cute Ivory dresses with rose petals in the skirt netting which matched the wedding colour. They were very cute and the girls loved them smile Think they were called tiger lily dresses...

Everyone was surprised they came from Debenhams

colour74 Fri 31-May-13 12:13:52

You can check www.a5weddingsandoccassions.co.uk. This company has varieties of Flower girl dresses in different colours. My sister got her dresses from them. they are out of this world. They looked absolutely gorgeous.

Pandemoniaa Fri 31-May-13 16:25:31

I got my bridesmaid's dress at Debenhams recently. She's 2 and a half and there was quite a lot of choice. I thought prices were very reasonable, tbh because her dress was reduced by 20% to only £37.00

Monsoon are usually worth a look too and it is the best season to buy as well.

Pandemoniaa Fri 31-May-13 16:25:53

PS. Many of the Debenham's dresses were just fine for a flower girl too.

allmycats Fri 31-May-13 16:30:15

If you are anywhere near an outlet store Monsoon have them at very good prices.

Songbird Mon 10-Jun-13 17:09:18

dd wore a gorgeous monsoon one on Saturday, £48.

Reastie Tue 18-Jun-13 16:46:52

This sounds really cheapy but I got my small girls bridesmaids dresses from H&M for about £15! I looked for hours for just the right shade of pink which matched my sisters adult bridesmaids dress which was from coast but could find nothing. Popped into H&M on the off chance and found the perfect dress in just the right colour there! Teamed it with lovely white cardi with embroidery on from Debenhams kids (they do really nice special occassion cardis). Bobs your uncle, job done grin

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