Official International Cinderella Pageant Discussion Forum
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We are fairly new to pageants and are really excited about doing the Cinderella pageant, mainly because it is more natural than most other pageants. The question is - what do I dress my 2 year old in? I know sunday/easter dress, but would a flower girl dress work? She looks kinda like a cupcake in it and it is for another pageant, but I am hoping to use it for at least one other. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
My daughter just participated in the SC prelim. She wore a dress off the sale rack from Strasburg. I think the flower girl dress is fine. We are new to pageants also, but as long as it is a dress she could wear somewhere other than a pageant it should be fine. Hope this helps.
My daughter did her first Cinderella pageant in a flower girl dress a few years ago. I think the 2 main things to remember when you dress your little ones is 1)don't let the dress outshine the child and 2)be age appropriat. My daughters dress was longer than some and not as fancy as others. I know the Texas judges are really just looking for a well rounded childed who is having fun. Hope this helps. Hope you have fun & good luck! Stephanie