Cult Aussie Bridal label Grace Loves Lace has just released their first flower girl collection, and it might just be the cutest thing we’ve seen all year. Locally made and crafted entirely from the brand’s wedding gown offcuts, the pint sized dresses are not only gorgeous, but also sustainable.
Made for girls aged 2 to 7, the dresses have been designed for longevity and comfort, with stretchy, easy fits to ensure garments from the collection can grow with each child.
“We designed this collection with no zips, buttons or tight seams — these pieces have been created for adventurous young girls, we know they don’t play pretty,” says Creative Director Megan Ziems.
To celebrate the launch of the collection, Grace Loves Lace has created a children’s book detailing the manufacturing process titled Tess and Her Dress which follows a young girl’s journey of learning where her new party dress came from. The book will be gifted with every dress.
“The book was a beautiful project to work on. We wanted to tell our local manufacturing story in a creative and fun way, that was easy for kids to digest. We worked with the talented Ainsley Bullingham to bring the story to life with water colour illustrations.”
The collection is comprised of 8 new flower girl styles and 13 new accessories with prices ranging from $49 AUD – $485 AUD.
Flower Girl Dresses Grace Loves Lace |