2012 Flower Girl Dress in various shades of coral
Tulle Flower Girl Dress Style 402 in various shades of peach, coral and pink
It all began with a single tie, a thoughtful gift from our bride, Margie, who had a unique vision for her wedding day. She sent us a collection of fabulous men's ties from Vineyard Vines, which served as the creative spark for her custom silk and tulle couture flower girl dresses. Our head designer, Marg Hyland, took on the delightful task of ensuring that the colors of the dresses seamlessly harmonized with the bridesmaids' ties, as well as incorporating a tiny sketch of the flowers Margie wanted to see in the dresses. This meticulous attention to detail transformed the flower girl dresses into more than just attire; they became an integral part of the wedding's visual narrative.
The bride's choice of style 402 provided the ideal canvas for this creative endeavor. To achieve the desired effect, Margie decided to add multiple layers of tulle to each dress, giving them a soft and ethereal quality reminiscent of gumdrops. These added layers of tulle, although a $50 extra, brought a sense of depth and whimsy to the dresses, perfectly mirroring the bride's vision. Furthermore, the inclusion of crystal tulle for an additional $20 added a touch of sparkle and enchantment to the overall design. To complete this enchanting picture, Margie decided to include a Noelle Rose for $45, infusing a dash of floral elegance into the flower girl dresses. These dresses were not just garments but a work of art that celebrated the bride's creativity and personal touch.