Friday, March 23, 2018

Save On A Flower Girl Dress (By Buying An Easter Dress)

I have a super old white hat in a box somewhere, sitting next to a faux-fur vest. I don't know where they are right now, but I do know that they're from Easter forever ago. Easter dresses and accessories can be so cute. They can also look exactly like flower girl dresses, but for a fraction of the cost. Yup, you can save on a flower girl dress by buying an Easter dress.

Flower girl dresses can be expensive. But you can save on a flower girl dress by buying an Easter dress. Get the details at

If you head into any department store right now, you'll see rows and rows of Easter dresses for girls. There are tons of pinks, of course, but also lots of white. And white is generally what you pick up for a flower girls dress.

The dresses at regular-price are cheaper than any flower girl dress you can find in a dress shop. That's a good time to buy one.

An even better time to buy one is in two weeks.

That's when Easter will be over and stores will need to get rid of anything Easter-oriented. Decorations, candy ... and yes, Easter dresses will be on clearance. You can also often pair clearance sales with coupons. So if you get one in the mail, hang on to it. A sale and a coupon makes for really cheap flower girl dresses.

You should also be able to head to the shoe section and get super cute matching shoes -- that were designated for Easter -- cheap as well.

Keep in mind that if you're shopping for a wedding that's in a handful of months, a little girl can grow considerably between now and then. So be sure to buy the dress in the size she will be at the wedding, not the size she is now.

BRIDAL BABBLE: Would you buy an Easter dress to save on a flower girl dress?

1 comment:

  1. I am so happy that you used my advice. When I was planning my wedding 10 years ago, I started looking for my daughter a flower girl dress. She was a bit older than your traditional flower girl. I wanted my kids to be a part of my big day because it was theirs too. I hunted all over the mall looking for the perfect dress just before Easter. There were a ton of Easter dresses to choose from and then at one of the stores that I saw communion dresses that looked just the same as the ones that I saw in David Bridal. Then I ended up at TJMaxx, where I found that perfect dress. On the tag it said communion dress but it looked just like the one in your picture. I was even happier with the price tag. I can't remember the exact price but I think it was under $50 dollars.