Spring 2016 Trends for Bridesmaids & Flower Girls

The mother and daughter team behind Nicki Macfarlane has been designing award-winning outfits for bridesmaids, flower girls and pageboys for many years. Their exquisite designs regularly feature in leading UK bridal publications and clients include many celebrity and society brides – most notably TRH The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.

Here Nicki Macfarlane gives us her spring 2016 trends for bridesmaids & flower girls.

Florals back in bloom…

This season we are very excited about floral prints making a return! Our Eleanor dress in sumptuous floral gold or pink fabrics is a perfect example of this, another popular floral number is our beautiful floral Imogen dress with three dimensional flower detailing. Perfect for Easter, these floral designs are a huge hit this season!

Nicki Macfarlane Rose dress
Nicki Macfarlane Rose dress

Embellishments, it’s all about the detail…

Beautifully embellished fabrics are currently a big hit. Our most favoured designs are our Jessica dress and Serena dress, both with beautifully embellished jewelled and beaded Peter pan collars. They are such popular styles and with a fabulous range of colours to choose from, there is something to suit every occasion. These can be made a little more sophisticated in silver or green hues for older girls.

Nicki Macfarlane Jessica Dress
Nicki Macfarlane Jessica Dress

In an English country garden…

Sweet pea colours are always popular for spring, especially with Easter and May Day coming up. We have a range of beautiful colours to compliment all little girls. Our Juliette dress in rose has a unique heart cut out back, adding that something extra special for the beautiful birthday girl! There’s also our Matilda dress in a soft wisteria tone with the darker collar and sash, and of course our signature oversized bow, to finish the look.

Nicki Macfarlane Eleanor dress
Nicki Macfarlane Eleanor dress

Cool blue hues…

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Subtle blue shades are seriously popular for spring party season. It’s a flattering colour and something a little different from the usual lighter tones, like ivory, shell pink and white. The girls love blue as it makes them feel like Cinderella and our Sylvie dress in sorbet sky blue is a real hit for any celebration!

Nicki Macfarlane Sylvie Sorbet dresses
Nicki Macfarlane Sylvie Sorbet dresses

Colour me happy…

Always remember that colour is a very personal thing, so choose one that your little girl really likes and says something about her character. Don’t go for the latest bang-on-trend colour just because it’s fashionable. Dressing your little one in something she isn’t completely happy with won’t guarantee a smiling face on the day, and after all, you’ll want her to be the belle of the ball!

Nicki Macfarlane Emmeline dress
Nicki Macfarlane Emmeline dress
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