You don’t have to have a king’s ransom to make sure your little ones look their best for the big day. Whether it’s a cute flower girl dress or a smart little page boy suit, these highstreet finds really are fit for royalty.
When Zara Phillips married Mike Tindall in 2011, she dressed her flower girls in outfits not dissimilar to this one from Marks & Spencer. The dress’ simple shape is complemented perfectly with bow details on the shoulders. Modern and sleek, we think this is right up Meghan’s street.
Dress your wannabe princes in this adorable four-piece short set as they head up the aisle. The braces are adjustable and the bow-tie (which comes in a number of colours) can be easily detached so, even if his outfit becomes a little dishevelled as the day progresses, he’ll always be comfortable.
Harry and Meghan are the most chilled-out of royal couples so we’re expecting their wedding to break with tradition and have a more casual air about it. If this is reflected in the outfits, this page boy set would be a great option. A large checked design gives it a modern feel but you can add a tie and smart shirt if you want a more formal touch.
They’re a princess for the day so why not add some extra sparkle? The sequinned bodice on this frock will catch the light beautifully, while the net skirt is light and ensures they’ll always look the epitome of elegance.
Even the scruffiest of scamps will look smart when he’s put in this dapper ensemble. A button-up waistcoat and neatly pressed shirt will transform him into a proper little gent. The best bit? It’s all completely machine washable. Coming soon.
This pretty flower girl dress might be the priciest on our list but it’s a very close match to those worn at Kate and Wills’ wedding, and the outfit Charlotte wore at her aunt Pippa Middleton’s nuptials. Look no further if you want something that’s fit for a princess.
The Royals like to keep their flower girl dresses nice and simple, and this little lace number has a classic shape, capped sleeves and a beaded sash for a more traditional wedding style.
Kate Middleton spawned a million copycat dresses when she stepped out of the carriage in an Alexander McQueen wedding dress, and this trend for head-to-toe lace hasn’t gone away – for brides or their attendants. This sweet little lace frock has iridescent sequins for added sparkle and its tulle full skirt will look adorable when they hit the dancefloor.
Meghan may well go for something a little more playful when it comes to her flower girls and this sunshine yellow embroidered dress will certainly brighten up the occasion. Perfect for her May nuptials, this frock is decorated with white and yellow spring daisies and finished off with a suitably regal bow belt. Divine. Coming soon
Sheer panelling is a real trend for wedding gowns at the moment and it seems to have filtered down to flower girl outfits too. This demure, little frock from M&S also has a net skirt with loose petals, making it pretty as well as on-trend.
Make sure he’s looking as snappy as Harry in this miniature suit set. The woven fabric and check print tick the smart boxes, but there’s also a debonair pink tie as a jazzy extra.
The boho, ethereal feel of this flower girls’ dress hides a craftsmanship that we think the Royals would appreciate. The fabric has been hand-embellished by skilled artisans in Asia with pretty beads and flowers on a lace bodice. Dreamy and well-worthy of a princess-to-be.
Duchess satin regularly features at royal weddings so we wouldn’t be surprised if Meghan and Harry opt for the luxurious fabric for their attendants too. This frock is perfect for the smaller guests and its structured skirt is framed by a satin sash and oversized rose corsage.