Choosing Dresses for Babies for Weddings Tips and Advice

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Dressing up a baby for a wedding ceremony is something that mothers are eager to do and in fact, the experience is a lot more exciting for parents than for the babies! From choosing dresses for babies for weddings to making them look good for the ceremony, babies can indeed be challenging to dress up.

Often, children who are part of the entourage may not need to have another set of clothes, especially because entourage dresses are usually provided by the coordinator or the bride and groom, but if you want your baby to look good in her own dress, here are some popular choices we recommend…

Dresses for Babies to Look Adorable

Babies are adorable at weddings – especially if they are part of the entourage, throwing rose petals into the aisle, before the bride walks in. However, before anything else, you have to make sure that you have dressed your baby for the occasion. Babies dresses for weddings are usually provided by the newlyweds to make sure that everything is in harmony with the wedding theme.

Usually, baby flower girl dresses are those satin gowns and long gowns that complement those of the bridesmaids.

Choosing Formal Dresses for Babies


If you are bringing along your baby while you are attending a wedding, then make sure she is dressed in something formal and presentable. Even if she’s not part of the entourage, try your best to blend her dress color to the theme of the wedding. Formal baby dresses may include white dresses for babies and tuxedos for young boys. If you find it difficult to get good formal wear for your little one, you can design your own and have someone make it.

Along with the formal dress are accessories that you can match. A good friend of mine always makes sure that her little baby would always have that extra something in her hair – a flower, a colorful headband, a butterfly clip, or just something to go with her dress. She’s successful most of the time in creating that cute look of a baby with her tutu. Why do babies look so cute at weddings?

Like craft? We show you how to make flower hair clips for weddings – perfect for little ones.

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“Babies are cute and fun to dress up, and in fact, they can be cute whatever you go for.”

Including children in wedding ceremony? Check out our advice.

Wedding Dresses for Babies – Make Cute Combinations

Tutu dresses for babies are cute, especially during pictorials or for photo shoots. You can even find a lot of varying colors for tutus and they can also make good party dresses for babies. With your little bundle of joy in a tutu, the outfit can easily be complemented with ribbons and flowers in their hair. You can even go for ladybug dresses along with their tutus to make great combinations for wedding and baby.

Want more? We’ve got tips for choosing affordable flower girl dresses.

Babies are cute and fun to dress up, and in fact, they can be cute whatever attire you go for. You don’t have to be so formal and if you are dressing a baby then the dress code is flexible. Whatever the case, babies can be stylish and beautiful for your wedding day.

For moms out there who have gone through the challenge of dressing their little ones for weddings and have some golden advice to tell young mothers, share your experience with us, tweet and leave your comment…

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