Flower Girl Tutu Dresses!

posted 2 years ago in Other clothing
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Busy bee

i make tutu dress and i use a small crochet top/headband and then knot the tulle through. i usually make it tripple layeryed so they are not see through

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Worker bee

I saw one on here and I think it was called a knotted tutu. I also googled it and found some tutorials. Also, Pinterest has some images you can use as inspiration. Good luck…I’m starting mine next month.

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Worker bee

I love the flower girl tutu idea! But I’m getting married in december… I think it may be too cold for them :/

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Worker bee

can you tell me where you found the material/fabric?

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Worker bee

Aww, so cute! Did you even make the flower?! Looking good.

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Busy bee

 

I found this one that I am in love with.. I have so much respect for you making yours.. I wouldnt even know how to start attempting to make one!

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Newbee

OMG where have you been all my life!? LOL 1st dress twins… Now flower girl dress twins!!! I was going to make my flower girl tutu dress too but bc I have 0 time I found a great person who does it for a really, really reasonable price!!! Looks like we have more and more in common the more we learn about each other! Ps- I put up a picture of myself take a look we have similarities in that catagory as well! lol :) Too funny!

The tutu dress I am having made is similar to the picture below but without the big flower, will have two straps, will have lace in with the toole (which will have some shimmer to it), and a few clusters of small flowers.  I thought it would be cute to have my flower girls dress have similarities to mine!

http://www.lauriestutuboutique.com/go/view.php?image=images/large/champagne2.jpg

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