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Australian flower girl designer Tutu De Monde says good bye to the flower girl dresses of years ago and hello to their latest collection “Meeting Miss Havisham” inspired by the mysterious Miss Havisham shutting herself away in her Gothic mansion, the intrigue and mystery of ghostly figures, and the strange eccentricities of the unexplored. Gowns

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When clients come to meet me in the studio, they are often still pondering the idea of whether or not to have flowergirls or pageboys.They usually ask my opinion as to their involvement with the photography during the day and when they should ‘go back to Mummy or babysitter’. Many couples have nephews, nieces, their

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I’ve always loved the designs that Big By Fiona Scanlan releases for the little ones (seriously, why were feather hairbands, sequin capes and tutus not available from funky stores when I was a kid? I was relegated to wearing my ballet performance tutu around the house!) so I loved these fresh summer looks from her

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Long floaty dresses and wild floral arrangements are not an obvious choice for the littlest members of your bridal party – but I think this flower girl inspiration shoot might sway you from traditional into something incredibly sweet and beautiful. There’s something that captured my heart about this inspiration shoot – the gorgeous long flowy

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I’m not quite sure, but sometimes I think flower girls get the better deal in the whole “Dressing up for a wedding” issue. Puffy skirts, sweet hair accessories and throwing petals. I love the range of flower girl dresses on offer at the moment – from fluffy tutu skirts, to sweet cotton lace dresses. Here’s

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I’m not sure how I stumbled upon these sweet little frocks for little girls from The Little Dress Making Company– but don’t you think they’d make the perfect little flower girl gowns? I’m especially in love with the “Shirley” gown with the bow around it’s neck and the box pleat.Handmade clothes are so special and

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I’ve been secretly coveting the Cheeky Little Soles range for my own feet for a number of years now. Australian owned and designed, owner Lisa creates footwear specifically designed for babies and toddlers with the most delicious styles perfect for the little members of your bridal party.I’m in love with the ballet slipper range- which

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I love the idea of putting flowergirls in something completely funky and different (and what little girl wouldn’t like one of these? or big girl for that matter!)Princess Ratbag is an Australian business creating funky, colourful pettiskirts! Founded by Candice Collins, Princess Ratbag is Australian born and bred and named after Candice’s two little girls.Princess

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Kids are Kind at Kindred events such as weddings, as they Know the Kiss is coming~Keeping kids entertained at a wedding is a tough task- weddings are a family event so naturally it is thought children are a part of that. But children and weddings are a tough mix!To invite or not to invite?Inviting children

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A flower girl can often be the first shining moment of a wedding ceremony. The excitement of the little one toddling down the aisle can bring a smile to everyone’s face.Finding a flower girl dress that is just what you want can often prove difficult. If the colour is right- the neckline is wrong, if

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