flower girl dresses and junior bridesmaids.
We posted our favorite wedding of the month as we kick off 2015 and the count down to our Flower Girl Dress and Wedding of the Year. The wedding was in Puerto Rico and the bride chose orange, hot pink and turquoise for her
To start off 2015, we chose our Pegeen Flower Girl Dress of the Month for January. The flower girl dress was in new ivory silk with a hot pink sash called Shock and in Style 356 from the Pegeen Classic Collection.
Hot pink (Boing) and ivory silk and tulle flower girl dress from the Pegeen Classics Collection style 356
The Junior Bridesmaids were in coordinating colors. The bride chose Style 398, also from the Pegeen Classic Collection of flower girl dresses.
flower girl dress from Pegeen Classic Style 356 in bisque and peony pink silk with ivory tulle. His ring bearer suit is also in bisque (creme) silk with peony pink cummerbund and covered buttons from our Pegeen Couture Collection Style 509. I was delighted that Charlotte (the bride) exclaimed when they were received over in the United Kingdom ‘surely, they are clothes that the Royal Children would wear’ – wow, coming from a Brit, we were pretty excited.
This little flower girl and her tiny escort are featured in our December Wedding of the Month for 2014. She is wearing our
Pink and Ivory silk flower girl dress #356 with matching page boy #509 from Pegeen.com
Charlotte sent these pictures quite some time ago as her wedding was in May 2014 but we are delighted to feature them now. For more in this wedding, click here.
December 2014 Wedding of the Month with Style 356 flower girl dress and matching Ring Bearer Style 509 in Bisque and Peony Pink silk
WEDDING OF THE MONTH.
We try each month to feature our favorite wedding of the month in a section called “Flower Girl Dress of the Month” and this wedding was with our customer for whom we just did our third wedding. You can see this wedding by visiting our website and viewing
We used Pegeen Classic Style 802 in navy blue and pure gold to coordinate with the wedding party.
Gosh – it was so nice to hear this today:
” When our 11 year-old daughter, Lily, achieved the iconic role of Clara in the Lake Erie Ballet’s production 55th Annual Nutcracker, in Erie, Pa, we knew we wanted to add something special; and that meant finding the perfect “party scene” dress. Pegeen was the only place that had exactly what we were looking for. When the dress arrived, we could not believe how beautiful it was. Beyond that, once on stage and under the lights, the dress was just magnificent! I dare say this dress made Clara even more iconic, and we couldn’t be more proud it was showcased by our daughter. The company was excellent in every way: communication, talent, delivery and follow-up. They really took a special interest in a successful, well-dressed performance! Thank you Pegeen, for making our daughter’s dream come true and giving us a memory to last forever! Elizabeth Kons”
Our customer chose Victorian Pegeen Style 397 flower girl dress from The Classic Nutcracker Collection
Clara’s beautiful silk Nutcracker Party Scene Dress
I love Spring and Summer weddings – the colors are often deep and rich and our wedding with Brandi is no exception! When I got a call from the bride concerning her daughter who was to be her flower girl in her wedding, Brandi said in the sweetest southern voice – “I want to have some real punch in my wedding and make it fun” – so we sent her all the hot pink colors we had as we knew she was going to have the maids wear navy. “Send me lots and lots of pink” Brandi said!
I was transfixed when I sent the dress to the bride and even more excited to see her photos….so much so that we named her’s the Flower Girl Dress & Wedding of the Month for August! The flower girl dress had a navy bodice in silk with a Cinderella Sash and Boing underskirt covered with 10 layers of hot pink tulle for Pegeen Style 402. Enjoy.
Navy and Boing (hot pink) wedding theme – Style 402 from the Pegeen Couture Flower Girl Dress Collection
I had SO much fun this past weekend! I went to a family wedding, and boy was it a shindig. My sister’s family (lives in Indiana) transported our “mostly from NJ” and the Kentucky family of the fiance, now wife of my nephew, into a different time and age. I will post more images later as I plan to cover the wedding details in full (starting with a transformed “Gatsby” themed rehearsal party), but I had to talk about the flower girl dresses that I was SO proud of my seamstresses that produced truly a spectacular and wonderful Swarovski encrusted, silk and tulle, vintage feeling Tulle Flower Girl Dress from the Fairytale Collection, our “Topaz” Style 904. I can’t remember for sure but I estimate that there are close to 800 or so crystals on that dress, which is a lot of handwork.
Yes I admit – it is the most expensive dress that we have produced but after I saw all the dresses the bridesmaids wore and this SPECTACULAR wedding gown (the first one actually) and veil with all of their crystals, I know the bride chose the right flower girl dresses that we gave as their presents. (Part of the perks of having a designer in the family, I suppose).
So, now that my “niece-daughter” has announced her engagement, she asked me to do her gown. I was pretty hesitant before, but I am “in” on it now! Jessica – let’s do two! For those of you that have seen these images on Facebook, please indulge me on the duplicate post.