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Flower girl and page boy outfits for your summer wedding

Section: Kids' Fashion

Bouquets at the ready: wedding season is just around the corner! Here’s a few heart-melting ideas for flower girl outfits, tiny bridesmaids’ dresses and pageboys suits. Compliments we can guarantee, best behaviour we can’t… 

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Linen waistcoat, trousers and shirt (£18, £18 and £16,

Cool enough for even the hottest summer wedding, ivory linen makes for a classic pageboy look and the Nehru shirt adds a boho vibe.
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Prom dress (from £32); braces romper suit (from £24; both Baker by Ted Baker,

Available for ages newborn to 24 months, this exotic blooms-and-birds printed dress is ideal for a summer wedding, or warm it up for spring parties with a mini cardi or bolero. And even newborns can go to the party with this romper, which comes in sizes newborn to 18 months: no fuss and lots of fun.
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Matilda T-bar (£45,

Soft as butter, these tiny leather baby pre-walker shoes are perfect for special occasions, and come in a range of colourways.
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Yellow dress (£10,

In lace tulle, this lemon flower girl dress has traditional good looks and is easy to wear.
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Cream lace dress (from £26, RJR.John Rocha,

For girls aged newborn to 24 months, this is the ideal choice for any colour scheme: no clashing, just cuteness. 
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Baby shoes and little boys’ formal shoes (£24 and £50,

You can trust Start Rite to make comfortable and supportive shoes for tiny, soft feet and the new formalwear collection is full of modern shades of cream and grey.
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Floral dress (£24,

Bluebells and forget-me-nots: this lovely frock will look blooming delightful on your little flower girl.
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Mary Jane Soft Soles (£20,

In pure white or palest pink, these soft leather baby shoes look fit for a princess. They come in size newborn to XL (21-27 months). 
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Floral dress with belt (£18,

Super-sophisticated, this may be the chicest flower girl dress we’ve seen this year. On-trend colours and a simple shape: we love. 
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Layla dress (from £36,

With blush pink a hot hue for weddings this year, this could be a bargain buy. Rose details add interest and there are matching shoes in the collection.
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Silver floral waistcoat and cravat set for boys (from £18,

Traditional, smart and a quick – and affordable - way to dress up a simple white shirt and black trousers. Instant wedding outfit.
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Rose dress (£25,

No need for head-dress or cardi, this pretty dress is a style statement all on its own. Comes in a choice of colours too.
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Embellished shift dress (£16,

River Island’s Mini collection spans birth to five years and this season they’ve added a few occasion dresses including this adorable yellow floral one with silver sequins, a snip at under £20.
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Estella crochet dress (right; £48); Milianna dress (£48; both

Sequins! Flowers! A net skirt and satin belt! The Estella dress is one for the wishlist. Not cheap at nearly £50, but it’s a scene-stealer. Then when the dress code for the whole wedding party is white, this is the only dress to buy. Your little girl will look like an angel (just beware sticky fingers after the cake is cut…)
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Corsage shoe (from £14,

Because a girl can never have too many party shoes (and at least white will go with everything).
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Frill dress (£29.99,

The delicate scalloped neckline on this baby pink dress makes it look twice the price tag. Tell everyone it’s designer…
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Gold and white sneakers (£14.99,

If your little darling’s not keen on ‘proper’ shoes, let him go the rock star route with these gold trim trainers. Very Pharrell. 
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Dorset dress (from £24.50,

Made in cotton/linen with a pure cotton voile lining, this dress and frilly knicks combination is a fresh take on the flower girl dress. Available for up to age 4 years.
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Qeturah and Sarah dresses (£200 and £150,

Strictly a luxe buy, but these exquisite dresses in pink dusk sateen and silk tulle with a touch of sparkle are well-made and complement beautifully if you’re buying for more than one flower girl.


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