Review: Disney Princess: Once Upon a Flower Girl 

Now that life is starting to get back to normal after the past year, people are starting to get married again. Now that summer has officially begun, so has the season of summer weddings! If you’re one of the lucky ones getting married this year, Disney Princess: Once Upon a Flower Girl is the perfect book to gift your flower girl with as they prepare for your big day. 

Disney Princess: Once Upon a Flower Girl 

Disney: Once Upon a Flower Girl

The book, which is written by Marie Chow and illustrated by Zoe Persico, follows the beloved Disney Princesses on their wedding days as they choose a very special girl to be their royal flower girl. It’s a sweet and fun book that explores all of the emotions — big and small — that flower girls might feel during the wedding. 

Once Upon a Flower Girl is also beautifully inclusive, showing flower girls of all ethnicities, a flower girl with two brides, and a flower girl in a wheelchair. This kind of representation is always refreshing to see in children’s books and it helps to encompass everyone who is celebrating their big days with the special flower girls in their lives. 

The book contains the reinvented weddings of Tiana, Aurora, Ariel, Belle, Snow White, Cinderella, and Rapunzel, each with a very special little girl to throw the petals. Being a flower girl is a monumental rite of passage for a lot of little girls and what better way than to share that experience with your favorite Disney Princess?

You can pick up Disney Princess: Once Upon a Flower Girl today. 

Disney Princess: Once Upon a Flower Girl


A perfect gift for the flower girl in your life


Maggie Lovitt is a writer at Wealth of Geeks where she covers her favorite topics: Star Wars and pop culture nerdery.

In her free time, she is also a novelist, screenwriter, actor, and member of the Screen Actors Guild.