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    Default Children wearing white to wedding?

    Just wondering is it ok for little girls to wear white to weddings? Obviously teenagers and women should avoid this but what about toddlers?

    My friend is attending a wedding this weekend and asked me if I thought her little girl could wear a white dress, I said I think it's fine but just wondering what others think?

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    I really don't think white is an issue for anyone, unless it's a bridal style white gown lol. Surely no one will mistake a toddler for the bride! It will be fine and if the bride has an issue with it, she should probably take a chill pill

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    To answer this question rationally - yes, it's fine.

    It *may* be an issue for some others *if* the bride & groom have flower girls who are wearing white though. The toddler's parents might appear to be trying to outshine the flower girls, especially if said toddler is noticeably cuter than the flower girl/girls, or if the dress the toddler in is much nicer/more formal.

    ^ This is not a rational opinion, but it's what others *might* think^

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mod-Degrassi View Post
    The toddler's parents might appear to be trying to outshine the flower girls
    Oh yes, I didn't even think of this. Good point. I'll pass that along, thanks!


 

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