Brides, your flower girl plays a special role in your wedding day, so she deserves to be asked to do the job in a special way. If she's too young to understand what a flower girl is, sit her down and explain that you are getting marriend and want her to help out on your big day.
Why not make your proposal extra special and unique? Here are some fun ideas on how to pop the question and teach her about what a flower girl does in a wedding:
Ask her with flowers
Flowers make the perfect gift for any girl - especially a flower girl! Find out your future flower girl's favorite color/flower and present her with a beautiful bouquet and proposal!
Share a Book
A flower girl story book is a great way for a little one to get excited about weddings. Our Flower Girl World book series follows the adventures of diverse characters who meet at weddings all over the world. Camellia the Fabulous Flower Girl is a beautiful picture book for the younger gals, while Rosie and the Wedding Day Rescue, Iris and the Aloha Wedding Adventure, and Starr and the High Seas Wedding Drama are chapter books for the 6-9 year old flower girl crowd.
Give her a momento
Whether it's a card, a poem or a picture frame, give her something she can treasure after the wedding that will help her remember the experience. We love the idea of asking your flower girl with a song!
Give her something to wear
A necklace, earrings, bracelet, or pin all make for great gifts because your flower girl can wear them during the wedding. She'll feel so special walking down the aisle in a personal piece from you!
Send a tasty treat
A decorative dessert can be a sweet and tasty way to win your girl's heart. Surprise her with a giant cookie or little cake with a the question written in icing.
Give the perfect gift
Our best-selling Flower Girl Fun Kit is perfect for any flower girl. It has everything she needs before during and after the wedding, including practice petals so she can feel confident walking down the aisle on the big day.
*Remember, it's always proper etiquette to ask the parents' permission prior to asking your flower girl.
**Be sure your flower girl and her parents know about FlowerGirlWorld.com. It's packed with flower girl information and fun!