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Be prepared for cuteness overload during the royal wedding tomorrow, with little girls in pretty dresses walking down the aisle. And we're not talking about Kate.

British designer Nicki Macfarlane created the bridesmaid dresses for the royal wedding attendants, People reports.


Macfarlane, who specializes in flower girl dresses, seems like a smart choice given that Kate's bridesmaids are youngsters -- Lady Louise Windsor, 7, the Hon. Margarita Armstrong-Jones, 8, and 3-year-olds Grace van Cutsem and Eliza Lopes.

Her maid of honor Pippa Middleton, 26, might be sporting either a more grown-up version of the designer's creations or possibly a Alice Temperley gown. Kate's younger sister and mom were spotted at Temperley's boutique earlier this month.


According to the magazine, Macfarlane's ready-to-wear dresses made from silk and taffeta cost more than $300, while custom orders for adult bridesmaids start at more than $600.

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