If you're prepping for your Big Day and you've got money to spend for your entourage, consider dressing up your adorable flower girls in designer dresses. Below are five local designers who can make tiny couture frocks for your little ladies. And we promise, these pieces are totally wearable after all the wedding festivities. 

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1. Mariane Perez

If you need prints, Mariane Perez's atelier can definitely whip something up. She even makes mini-me versions of her custom creations. In fact, Marian Rivera and her daughter Zia Dantes are often seen in her creations!

2. Vania Romoff

If your wedding calls for something frothy and delicate, enlist the help of Vania Romoff for the daintiest frocks.

3. Rajo Laurel

When you're looking for bold hues and statement details, Rajo Laurel has an array of dresses that will suit your wedding needs.

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4. Rosanna Ocampo

If your wedding revelry is more laidback and beach holiday-inspired, Rosanna Ocampo has the perfect printed dresses for you.

5. Maureen Disini

But if you're in the mood for pastel-hued frocks with intricate details, then Maureen Disini has you covered.

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