As your special day draws near, and you slowly cross off items on your list, there is one item that requires your undivided attention: your flower girl’s dress. She is the second most beautiful girl of the day, and La Francy Couture is your first stop. Not only do they create one-of-a-kind bridal gowns, they specialize in flower girl gowns that are identical to their bridal gowns. All gowns are created by Chinese designer Nancy Quian, who guarantees her designs fit the La Francy Couture luxury standards.
Inspirations for all La Francy gowns are designed from everyday life using rare specialty fabrics. Each bride is encouraged to create special themes or rare romantic inspirations or a special recreation of a gown seen in a magazine, they cater to the bride’s vision for her wedding and are able to creatively and masterfully translate it into the flower girl’s gown as well.
The process of making these miniature bridal gowns is simple. Once a bridal gown is constructed for the bride, they match it for a smaller version for the flower girl. This keeps everything unified and cohesive. The same fabrics and design patterns are used, making sure that despite being smaller, the flower girl gown is equally as lavish and flattering as the bride’s gown.
La Francy Couture can match their flower girl gowns to the bride’s or create a dress that has the basic feature and is subtly embellished to add a slight contrast. By creating an identical or slightly similar gown, you can rest assured that this delicate element will enhance the wedding party as they walk down the aisle. Brides don’t have to worry about rushing to find a gown for their flower girl that doesn’t clash with their own gown, which wastes time and money. It’s already in one place and is consistent with their wedding image.
La Francy Couture’s hallmark is taking extra care in not only creating the perfect dresses for the bride and flower girl, but leaving an indelible mark on each guests as they watch you both walk down the aisle, equally as beautiful on your special day.
Megan Jander is a graduate from Penn State University with a B.A. in Broadcast Journalism and an English minor. She is an Editorial Assistant and writer for WBM and Keep It Moving With Marsha Jews and a Junior Account Representative for MLM Represents. She is also a volunteer writer and editor for P.A.L.M. Magazine. She has strong interests in a variety of fields, especially environmental sciences, and hopes to gain as much experience as possible for a bright future.