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    Default How much for a flower girl dress?

    I would imagine (unless it were Pixie Jacenko) it would be way out of budget for most people, so hopefully your SIL to be will understand.

    If that's just the cost of a flower girl dress, can you imagine the cost of the whole wedding!

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    100% no!!

    There are so many affordable options for flower girls (that are beautiful). That is outrageous. My wedding dress cost $1000. That was a long time ago. If I got married now I'd order one online for cheaper!!

    I'm sorry you're in this situation. There's no way I would be willing to pay that kind of money.

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    That's crazy! Bub will probably be walking so I'm sure the dress would get a little bit trashed over the day too

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    Quote Originally Posted by CharlieDE View Post
    We won't be paying that I'm still on maternity leave and I think it's ridiculous to even think someone would pay that for a baby. I emailed her back saying it was way out of our budget just waiting for a reply.
    Please fill us in with her reply once received

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    Ummm. No. No way. Even if I was working it's no way.

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    Holy that is outrageous! I designed and had my own wedding dress made for less than that! DD1 flower girl dress for our wedding was bought from a wedding shop for under $100

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    Outrageous!
    If they expect you to pay I'd politely decline the invitation for your DD to be in the wedding.
    Stand your ground. Sure it's the happy couple's day but that shouldn't mean huge costs to you.

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    Wow! That's exorbitant for a baby dress that will be worn once (and will probably end up dirty & stained by the end of the day).

    Hopefully she offers to pay for it...

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    That is crazy!! I would never pay that for a 16mo dress, I think it's ridiculous to even suggest it.

    Most I would pay would be about $200, even that would be a lot to me considering they grow so fast at that age she'd probably never wear it again.

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    That's totally crazy especially for a toddler who will trash it and wear it for one day. Plenty of gorgeous stuff for under $200.


 

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