Yesterday, we taught you how to use our exclusive design tool, our Pegeen Dress Dreamer to create your flower girl dress.

Here we run through what designs our customers and our creative designers here at pegeen.com worked out for them. Touch each photo to go to the style page.

#1 Below: We were tasked with creating a dress for a customer in multiple spring colors and accented with the brides favorite flower, the peony. We were able to find the perfect flower at our favorite wholesale florist. Customer ordered this flower girl dress in white. hot pink and green, Peony and A V-Back

Cinderella Princess inspired silk flower girl dress

#2 Below: We had the nicest customer whom we actually named the flower she chose after her - meet our "Debbie Rose". Customer ordered this flower girl dress with a ruffled sash in purple heart made of silk, single Debbie Rose flowers, a silk bodice in antique white with a v-back, and silk skirt in grass green covered with a layer of organza.  And look how sweet the youngest flower girls lookd in their dresses!

Toddler flower girl dresses - in lime green, purple and white Cinderella Princess inspired silk flower girl dress

#3 Below: We had to create flower girl dresses for three girls who were in their parents wedding. For the youngest girl we greated a bright hot pink skirt in the color of boing with a mango bodice and underskirt. We loved the wedding so much they were named the Island Wedding of the Year.

Flower girl dress styled with boing hot pink and mango orange silk and tulle

#4 Below: For this flower girl we had to match her dress to the bridemaids purchased from Davids Bridal. We used organza, 1000 nights (plum) silk and Antique white silk bodice.

Flower girl dress to match Davids Bridal bridesmaids dresses

#5 Below: This was a fun wedding to do. These flower girl dresses were actually three separate styles and we loved how the bride used high-top sneakers for her youngsters. The bride used royal purple, lipstick pink, lime green, and mango orange silk for the girls dresses.

Flower girl dress in bright multiple shades of silk, orange, pink, purple and green

#6 Below: This was a fun wedding to do. These flower girl dresses were actually three separate styles and we loved how the bride used high-top sneakers for her youngsters. The bride used royal purple, lipstick pink, lime green, and mango orange silk for the girls dresses.

Flower girl dress in bright multiple shades of silk, orange, pink, purple and green

#7 Below: This was a fun wedding to do. These flower girl dresses were actually three separate styles and we loved how the bride used high-top sneakers for her youngsters. The bride used royal purple, lipstick pink, lime green, and mango orange silk for the girls dresses.

Flower girl dress in bright multiple shades of silk, orange, pink, purple and green

#8 Below: This was a Mardi Gras ball held in New Orleans.  Three previous years before, we did her sister's dress. This flower girl dress was lovely in Caribbean blue and rose pink silk with 1/4 cap sleeves

Flower girl dress in Caribbean blue and rose pink

Flower girl dress in Caribbean blue and rose pink

#9 Below: These three young flower girl dresses were made in a soft coral pink with a salmon flame colored sash.

Flower girl dress coral pink and salmon flame

#10 Below: Two sisters wore coordinating flower girl dresses to their sisters wedding. Both needed higher necks and 3/4 sleeves.

Flower girl dress in medium gray and silver with 3/4 sleeves

#11 Below: This customer needed a dress for the pageant she was participating in. Her colors were waterfall and deep sea blue.

Pageant dress in shades of teal silk

#12 Below: Another dress for a Jewish Wedding, these little flower girls wore dresses made in morning gray silk with tulle and flower trim in the back with 3/4 sleeves.

Flower girl dresses for Jewish Wedding

#13 Below: This flower girl dress was made in shades of blue like storm blue, navy and arial with colored tulle and a lovely sash in the back.

Flower girl dresses storm blue, navy and arial

#14 Below: The brightly color of raspberry hot pink and black silk with matching colored tulle.

Flower girl dresses in  raspberry hot pink and black silk

#15 Below: The subtle contrast of this special flower girl dress was made of antique white and aqualine silk with a Cinderella Bow. The top layer of the skirt was covered in organza.

Flower girl dresses in  antique white and aqualine silk

#16 Below: This little girl was celebrating her first birthday in one of our ultra pink combinations of cerise pink and baby pink.

Flower girl dresses in  cerise pink and cotton candy silk

#17 Below: This special fit dress was made for a sweet 5 year old who just wasn't in the "off the rack size". Her mother was SO angry that the original bridal shop humiliated her daughter because her plus size. Flower girl dress is navy and pink.

Flower girl dress in navy and petal pink silk

#18 Below: This vibrant purple and white silk flower girl dress had a Pegeen Signature Bustle with our special silk trailing roses in the back.

Flower girl dresses in  cerise pink and cotton candy silk

#19 Below: Although for a small little one, this flower girl dress was made in salmon flame and raisin copper silk and covered with aloncon lace and colored tulle.

Flower girl dresses in salmon flame and copper silk

#20 Below: One of our most favorite silk flower girl dresses in soft blue trimmed with rhinestones and spun silver tulle. This Jr Bridesmaid's dress had 3/4 sleeves and was worn in a Jewish Wedding

Flower girl dresses in pale blue silk and tulle with 3/4 sleeves