flower girl

noun

Definition of flower girl

: a young girl who carries flowers at a wedding

Examples of flower girl in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web Of course, their children also got to participate in the ceremony — Levi was the ring bearer and Vida was the flower girl. Selena Barrientos, Good Housekeeping, "Matthew McConaughey's Wife Camila Alves Didn't Know Who He Was the First Time They Met," 5 July 2020 The couple’s springer spaniel, Tucker, and chocolate lab, Maverick, filled the roles of ring bearer and flower girl, respectively. Tom Fox, Dallas News, "‘You can’t cancel love!’ Undeterred by pandemic, Dallas couple retools to pull off intimate wedding," 1 May 2020 It is believed that Archie stayed with Meghan’s close pal Jessica Mulroney, whose three children served as page boys and a flower girl in the couple’s royal wedding in May 2018. Phil Boucher, PEOPLE.com, "Queen Elizabeth Emerges Looking Stern-Faced for First Time Since Meghan and Harry Bombshell," 10 Jan. 2020 Taylor was the flower girl, Archie was the ring bearer, and Amelie walked with Brayden down the aisle. Hannah Chubb, PEOPLE.com, "Christina and Ant Anstead Celebrate One Year of Marriage: 'You Saved Me and You Complete Me'," 22 Dec. 2019 Tanner was set to officiate the wedding, while Jade was to be a bridesmaid and Emmy a flower girl. Rachel Desantis, PEOPLE.com, "Jade Tolbert Defends Slamming Troll Who Asked If Her Daughter Had Autism: 'It Does Affect Me'," 17 July 2019 The party at the Beverly Hills Hotel included celebrity guests like Justin Timberlake and Chris Rock, while daughter Kelly Osbourne served as flower girl. Grace Gavilanes, PEOPLE.com, "3, 2, 1 ... I Do! Stars' New Year's Nuptials," 26 Dec. 2019 The flower girls and page boys were in ivory silk with blush pink sashes and cummerbunds, and the girls had flower crowns in their hair that were made using the same blooms as the bridal bouquets. Alexandra Macon, Vogue, "The Daughter of de Gournay’s Founder Had an English Summer Wedding With Decor Inspired by the Iconic Wallpaper," 11 July 2019 The flower girls included the bride’s 90-year-old great-grandmother, Kathleen Brown; the groom’s 70-year-old grandmother, Joyce Raby; the bride’s 76-year-old grandmother, Wanda Grant; and the bride’s 72-year-old grandmother, Betty Brown. Meghan Overdeep, Southern Living, "WATCH: This Tennessee Bride's 4 Grandmothers Served as Her Flower Girls," 17 Oct. 2019

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First Known Use of flower girl

1902, in the meaning defined above

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“Flower girl.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/flower%20girl. Accessed 31 Oct. 2020.

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flower girl

noun

English Language Learners Definition of flower girl

US : a young girl who carries flowers at a wedding

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