Grace Mini: Outfit Your Flowergirls With The New Collection From Grace Loves Lace

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You know and love Aussie designers Grace Loves Lace for their wedding gowns, but today, we’re unveiling something that’s going to make the littlest hearts close to you completely skip a beat. Meet Grace Mini, the ethically & sustainably made collection for flower girls.

Designed for ages 2-7 the Grace Mini collection is made entirely from offcuts of the Grace Loves lace wedding gowns, so these pieces? They’re not mass-produced, instead, the Grace team makes each dress to measure from 100% recycled fabrics and the best part? It’s all made right here in Australia.

There are eight delightful gowns and a range of thirteen complementing accessories. There are fun skirts, sweet bows, dresses with twirl ready skirts and quirky crop tops. Each piece is designed to be completely comfortable- there are no zips buttons or tight seams to be seen, it was a collection designed with playful fun in mind.

As an added extra special touch? The Grace team collaborated with Ainsley Bullingham to create a beautiful book “Tess and Her Dress” which tells the story of a young girl learning about how her party dress is made. The story is gifted with each dress sold.

Our favourites? Check out the “Loyola” dress with her sweet frill detail, or “Menha” with her beautiful blush tone spot embroidery fabric. These gowns are so ready for twirling!

The Grace team created this collection for the “little women of tomorrow, for the firecrackers who read more books and ask more questions, the non-pink wearing renegades with a  fierce understanding of who they are and what they can achieve” and we say that pretty much sums it up!

Grace Mini is available for purchase via the website.

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