These days it’s not just popping the question that takes thought. Now couples are showing off their creativity with just how they ask friends and family to be in the wedding party. We’ve got some clever ways to ask bridesmaids to be in your wedding.
A SCRATCH OFF CARD
There’s nothing like a heartfelt note, and how much fun are these cards? Simply put your question on the card, apply the scratch-off sticker on top, and your bridesmaid-to-be will have to scratch off to discover your message. Then you can put whatever poem or message you want on the inside.
These Insta-cards come with everything you need to make a cake! This has got to be one of the best ways to ask bridesmaids to be in your wedding.
A CLEVER POUCH
Good for travel items, jewelry, or even as a clutch, who wouldn’t want a carry-all with their name on it? Unzip it and the question is there for only your bestie to see, but the outside is personalized to make this gift extra-special. She’ll remember your wedding for as long as she uses this awesome gift.
PIECES OF HER
Pieces of Me is a jewelry company that celebrates that everyone is an individual, and they have great offerings for bridesmaids. Their tagline is “wear who you are”, so why not consider a necklace or cuff bracelet that incorporates your friends’ personality or individual traits? There are many options so that each bridesmaids’ gift is unique to them, yet everyone will look cohesive when they wear it on your wedding day. Cute, clever, and a gift they’ll have long after the wedding. This can be a bridesmaid’s gift given on the wedding day or just one more clever way to ask her to be in the wedding.
CUSTOM GIFT BOX
Keepers Box, a local company, will curate a special gift for you so you can skip all the running around trying to put one together! Their Bridesmaid Boxes include custom flutes or shot glasses, chocolates, candles, candies, and more.
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