Bridal hair and makeup.
In most wedding there is always a flower girl. But some people ask what does a flower girl symbolize and what is the flower girl primary role? Flower girls sprinkle the aisle with petals before the bride makes her entrance during a wedding procession. Having a flower girl is optional, but it’s a nice way to make a favorite little person feel a part of it all.
Flower girl’s outfit usually resembles a smaller version of the bride’s wedding dress and actually signify the bride losing her innocence. She may also symbolize wishes for fertility for the couple and the forming of their new family. Flower girls symbolically leads the bride forward, from childhood to adulthood and from innocence to her roles of wife and mother. The flower girl follows the maid of honor, and may carry wrapped candies, confetti, a single bloom, a ball of flowers, or bubbles instead of flower petals.
Who can be my flower girl?
In a traditional wedding procession, flower girls are usually members of the bride or groom’s extended families like daughter, niece, goddaughter or a friend of either family and are usually three to seven years old, these pint-sized attendants don’t need much extra help to deliver a dose of charm on the big day. A cute dress, a basket, a pretty hair style, maybe even a flower crown and they’re ready for their moment.
As you can see on the following pictures LA Bride Studio hair stylist created a beautiful half-up/down style for two flower girls. It was an excellent experience works with kids and create a cute style for that wedding.