flower girl

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a woman who sells flowers in the street

a young girl who carries flowers in a (wedding) procession

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So, she expects that the flower girl and page boys will also have a modernized outfit.
The perfect flower girl (Image: Instagram/@scarletsnowbelo)
The Flower Girl Wore Celery is a humorous story about Emma, who is asked to be a flower girl at her cousin Hannah's wedding.
Learn more by visiting the Empowered Flower Girl Facebook page.
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Having her as our flower girl just made it even more perfect.
I have a flower stall in Norbury Station where I take my inspiration from the Victorian flower girls of Spitalfields Market.
Josh, 21, was an usher, Olivia, eight, was a flower girl and Theo, three, was a page boy.
His footballing guests included Murdo MacLeod, John Hartson and Kris Commons, whose daughter April was a flower girl at the ceremony.
The Dubai-based author of The Perfect Flower Girl and The Glory Garage: Growing up Lebanese Muslim in Australia spoke to students.
Even Professor Henry Higgins puts in a lot of tireless striving to perfect the spoken English of a flower girl.
The 9x8ft Flower Girl artwork was sold at an auction that featured nearly 100 works by more than 30 artists.
The Perfect Flower Girl is published as a large format hard backed book with an attractive sparkly cover image.
as a Flower Girl (1665-70) and Young Man with a Basket of Fruit (Personification of 'Summer') (1660-65) from Dulwich Picture Gallery and the National Galleries of Scotland respectively; and an exquisite religious composition painted on Mexican obsidian, loaned from the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston (1665-70).
The Perfect Flower Girl Allen & Unwin, 2012 32pp $24.