Find a rustic flower girl dress to ensure that your little girl stands out as the flower girl in a farmhouse wedding. We offer simple flower girl dresses with eye-catching details and cute country flower girl dresses that put the ‘chic’ in ‘farmhouse chic.’ We’ve compiled a list of our favorites, and we know you’ll love them, too!
Barn House Chic in Burgundy or Butterscotch
Often, the color palette plays a significant role in choosing a rustic flower girl dress. The material matters, as well. Lace is a lovely choice for a farmhouse chic wedding. It lends an antique vibe to a little girl’s outfit, which is the perfect fit for a rustic locale. That’s why we’re enormous fans of the gorgeous Lorraine dress, which is available in deep burgundy and a sweet shade of butterscotch, both of which are ideal for weddings with a barn house vibe.
A Dress Fit for a Flower Girl
What’s the ideal dress for a farmhouse setting? A country flower girl dress covered in flowers, of course. On that note, let us introduce the Joan dress, a frothy confection of tulle and lace with a stunning explosion of flowers. French lace flowers drip from the bodice to the waistline, where they descend just past the beginning of the skirt. The skirt itself is a puffy tulle that resembles a ballerina tutu.
Grey dresses can be absolutely breathtaking, even in a rustic setting. The Audrey dress is proof of that. We offer it in several colors, including mint green, navy blue, and sky blue. There’s something about the grey version that makes it a beautiful rustic flower girl dress, however. The layers of lace take on a silverish that goes well with the belted flower sash. With the right flower crown and shoes, your flower girl will be a vision in lace.
Gorgeous in Green
Let’s talk about the Mira dress, a simple flower girl dress that’s still a showstopper. Consider this choice for farmhouse weddings that take place in fall or spring when the temperatures are a bit cooler. The long sleeves are sheer lace, while the skirt features layers of tulle that give the dress a flapper-esque feeling.