- Embellishment: Embroidery
- Neckline: Shoulder Strap
- Material: Satin
- Shown Color: White
- Hemline: Floor Length
- The overall design of the flower girl wedding dress is very decent
- Made of satin, the flower wedding dress is very comfortable to wear
- You can get the color your flower girl like best here
- With this flower girl dress, your wedding will be more splendid
- The style of the flower girl dress is easy to match with other ornaments
- You can customize the dress according to your size and preference
- This is the front image of the flower girl dress
- The back of the flower girl dress shows the perfect figure of the flower girl
- From different perspectives, the girl party dress can be seen is in good workmanship
- Bottom of the designer flower girl Dress is in drape
- Two belts over the shouders of the designer flower girl Dress can better fix the dress
- Please provide detailed measurement information for customization base on "Buying Guide/How to Measure"
- Reference size chart base on "Buying Guide/Size Chart"
- Because the display and optical reasons, the fabric colors shown in the picture may be biased with the actual color of goods
- You can customize the dress's size and back of zipper or lace-up closure according to your size and preference
How to Iron a Flower Girl Dress
- Read the label on the dress, as it will tell you how to best proceed with your task. If the dress is made of cotton or silk, set your dress to the cotton or silk setting. However, if it is made of rayon, polyester, viscose, nylon, acrylic or acetate, set the iron to its lowest setting, so you don't burn the fabric.
- Check your starch to ensure that it is safe to use on your fabric. If it is, gently mist the top of the layer you are about to iron. Starch helps freshly ironed garments retained their wrinkle-free appearance, making for a longer-lasting press.
- Lay the gown's skirt on the ironing board and iron the skirt lining. If the flower girl dress is made of more than one layer of fabric, start from the innermost layer and work your way out. This prevents the outer layer from acquiring new wrinkles as you work on the garment. When all the skirt layers are ironed, turn the dress around so that the bodice is closest to the middle of the ironing board.
- Smooth the bodice across the top of the ironing board and iron the dress from the neckline, working your way down the dress. Always keep the iron moving, as leaving the hot surface in one place for too long can singe the material.
- Iron the sleeves in small sections, particularly if the sleeves are puffed. Ironing the sleeve material all at the same time will result in an unsightly crease down the middle. Instead, lay the sleeve out on the corner of the ironing board, so that only one layer is available for pressing. Press the sleeve using short, quick strokes, until all the wrinkles are gone.
- Hang the dress on a thick hanger and reshape the sleeves by pushing wadded plastic bags into the armhole. Keep it hanging for a few hours to help it retain its freshly pressed appearance, as wearing a garment too soon after heating the fibers will make it prone to wrinkling again