Hey there! Coming up with ideas for my bridesmaids has been a whole lot of fun and I’ve been oh so excited to share the details… I haven’t proposed to them yet, but when I do this post is going LIVE because I just can’t wait to share!! If you’re reading this… they’ve all received their boxes!
I started creating in September and it’s been non-stop, all things wedding since. My Maid of Honor said that some brides will gift their bridesmaid proposals for Christmas and I thought that would be the perfect way to surprise everyone.
A lot of these items I’ve created by hand at the studio, but for the pieces I did purchase I will be linking to where I bought them! Interested in one of the personalized items I’ve created? Let me know and we can start working on something for your event or wedding!
After a whole lot of trial and error, I found the perfect way to: formally propose to my bridesmaids, invite them to my engagement party, give contact information of the other bridesmaids, and show them a peak at my wedding colors & aesthetic. The front cover is a silver glitter paper that I printed on using my Canon IP100 printer, and the interior pages are a thick, off-white card stock. To save paper, the booklet is half the size of a US letter page, folded. By hand, I sewed the booklet together with a needle and string. At first I was going to bind the booklet using staples, but it didn’t look just right.
On Pinterest, someone gifted knot bracelets to their Bridesmaids. Immediately I went on Etsy to find something similar for my girls. I purchased these bracelets from Vantage Ways on Etsy. The bracelets come in different colors like gold & rose gold, but I loved the silver. So far they’ve proven to be nickel free too.
I’m obsessed with matching / coordinating t-shirts, especially for all of the upcoming wedding activities! I created these “Team Bride” tees for all of my bridesmaids to wear and a “Bride” tee to wear along with them. Gold vinyl always looks so beautiful on white and black! You can purchase these exact tees over on my shop OR create your own by emailing me!
I personalized each champagne glass using gold vinyl for the bridesmaids with a corresponding mini customized champagne bottle. For my under-aged sister, I found a sparkling apple flavored water… I hope it tastes okay LOL. Interested in customizing cups, glasses, or more? Let me know! I had so much fun creating these. The labels on the champagne bottles are printed using my HP LaserJet Pro M254dw printer, and then foiled over the proposal question using a champagne gold foil.
I also couldn’t resist including a little foiled print inside everyone’s box. I have a folded card version of this print over on my shop. 🙂 Let the magic begin!
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