I went to a wedding a few months ago where the bride asked her grandmother to be her flower girl. I'll give you a moment to fishing awww-ing. The grandmother wore a lilac dress and large sun hat, and she so proudly scattered the rose petals as she walked down the aisle, beaming. The congregation loved it, and her performance was irrefutably a highlight of the day, and a gesture her granddaughter will never forget. This got me thinking about unique flower girl ideas, and how minor changes can make the world of difference. I researched outside-the-box things your flower girl can do, and here's what I found. Try one, or something similar, at your Lake Tahoe wedding. It'll give your guests just one more thing to swoon over.

Use a Grandparent, or TWO, and swap petals for balloons.

Swap petals for bubbles and spice up their outfits.

Let her dance or ride in a wagon.

Let them team it up with a cue sign or make her teeny tiny with help from siblings.