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That is beautiful. I love it.

 

We went with simple dresses from Burlington Coat Factory cause we know the girls will never wear them again. There are 3 of them, 1 5 months, 1 25 months and one 14 months. These are the dresses they will all be wearing and there is a pic of my niece who will be 25 months when she is wearing it, trying it on when she was a little younger and it was too big for her.

 

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They are both great dresses. My sister is going to be making my fg dresses, so I don't have pictures yet. But hopefully that project goes well and I can show you all then.

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Too cute, ladies! We don't have any little misses in the family right now, so no FG dresses for us. Boo...

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Here's mine:

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Actually, I have another dress that I bought that she didn't use. It's ivory with little pink roses on the straps. I'll try to remember to post a pic...

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They are both so adorable!

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Paula, those dresses are so beautiful--- really elegant for a little girl! I love Jim Hjelm dresses---- half the time, I swear I love their non-bridal dresses more than the bridal gowns. :)

 

And Julie, your niece is just too cute in that dress! Little people are just so adorable when they are in their 'dress clothes'. :)

 

 

I think my favorite flowergirl dress that I've seen has been the one Nabumbah had for her wedding (the blue/green dress that someone in her family made).... It was so unique and so cute on the little girl!!! :)

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I love the dresses and cute little girls, very pretty everyone!

 

Here is our niece starring as flower girl, dress is from Target:

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