6 Unique Ways to “Propose” to Your Bridal Party
The initial engagement excitement and celebrations are starting to sink in, and that means wedding planning is in full swing!
One of the more light-hearted wedding planning “tasks” is asking your closest friends and family members to stand behind you on your big day in your bridal party.
Your friends and family have been with you each step of the way – from the proposal to the engagement party – so thank them with a “proposal”’ of your own!
Bridesmaid “proposals” not only add to the wedding buzz, but they’re also a fun way to thank your crew in advance for being there for you on your big day.
Here are 6 creative ways to ask your bridesmaid to be in your bridal party:
- Custom Champagne Bottle
Nothing says celebration quite like champagne! Break out the custom labels on your favorite champagne for a festive gift for your bridesmaids.
- Scratch-Off Bridesmaid Card
Cards are a classic and great keepsake. Kick your card game up a notch with a scratch-off card and a hidden message for your bridesmaids. Scratch-off cards can be found through online vendors, like Etsy, or bought in-store at most local or national brand stationery stores.
- Bridesmaid Boxes
Don’t have a specific idea in mind? Give a little bit of everything in a “bridesmaid box.” Throw together a bottle of wine, card, pictures, jewelry, makeup – anything that embodies your relationship with your bridesmaids!
- Jewelry Proposal
It’s always a good idea to ask your bridesmaids with something that incorporates into the wedding like a piece of jewelry they’ll be wearing with their bridesmaids attire.
- Bridesmaid Bouquets
Who doesn’t love receiving flowers for a special occasion? Get your bridesmaids in wedding mode by asking them with a pretty bouquet of flowers.
- Bridal Brunch
You can always give an experience, as opposed to a gift. Gather your future bridesmaids for brunch and “pop” the question to the group!
Don’t forget to have your groom start thinking about his groomsmen! If your groom wants to do a little more than just a text message to ask his crew, have him consider taking them to their groomsmen fitting. That’s about as upfront as it gets! Check out Savvi’s website for groomsmen fitting locations and expertise.
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