Are you planning to have a flower girl in your wedding? If so, might I suggest these five bountiful baskets? Each basket has a different style to give you every opportunity to design something unique for your wedding day. The number of ideas for what your flower girl carries are endless. Think outside the basket of a traditional white wicker tote filled with rose petals.

Choose Any of These 5 Bountiful Baskets for Your Flower Girl

Set of 3 Chicken Wire Baskets

The sizes of these 3 baskets offer you lots of choices. Add a floral arrangement to the sides of the handle. Have it cascading down into the basket, or include a vine peeping through the holes with ferns sprouting around the top. Line it with Spanish Moss and wisteria for a southern flair.

Set of 3 Chicken Wire Baskets

Use any of these 3 styles to create a striking basket for your flower girl. Line it with moss, fabric, river rocks, the list is endless. Then add your petals, birdseed, a simple bouquet for her little hands.

Set of 2 Green Metal Baskets

5 bountiful baskets

These green baskets are ideal for the environmentally conscious bride. Lay bundles of lavender across the bottom and have your flower girl drop lavender petals for peace and tranquility.

Set of 2 Wood and Metal Baskets

Set of 2 Wood and Metal Baskets

The color of these baskets add a neutral tone to a vibrant bouquet or an all green arrangement. They would be adorable at Easter with colored grass and lillies.

 

Set of 2 Nesting Baskets

Set of 2 Nesting Baskets

The nesting baskets offer a variety of ideas for the size and texture of these carry-alls. Line them with book pages or sheet music and have your flower girl strow leaves from every season. If she is old enough, she could recite your favorite poem, or the words to your favorite love song.

 

Set of 3 Berry Baskets

Set of 3 Berry Baskets

Weave ribbon among the squares of these berry baskets and give each one to an age-appropriate flower girl, with the youngest carrying the smaller of the three. For a spiritual connection, fill the baskets with loaves of bread and small bottles of wine. As she walks down the aisle, have your guests recite or sing the Lord’s Prayer.

And if you want a few more ideas of what your flower girl should carry down the aisle, Inspired Bride and Martha Stewart have some great suggestions.

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