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Wednesday, May 22, 2013

How to ask your Bridesmaids to be in your wedding



You’ve found your man, you’ve got the ring, so what’s missing? Your girls!


Bridesmaids are a vital part of your wedding as well as your wedding planning process. So why not make her feel special when popping the question every friend wants to hear: “Will you be my bridesmaid?”

Brides nowadays are getting more and more creative when it comes to proposing to their bridesmaids. Here are some cute ideas that are sure to impress your future bridesmaids and make them say, “I do”, too.

 Jewelry




Beautiful handmade jewelry is the perfect way to tell your friends how much they mean to you while asking them to be a part of your wedding. Plus, all of your bridesmaids can wear their jewelry on your special day.


Message in an Egg




You’ve heard about a message in a bottle but how about an egg? These are so cute and original, not to mention super fun! They will most definitely impress your girls, and you can do it yourself. If that sounds like too much work, an Etsy Shop called Little Okins offers them for $20.


Give them a ring too!




Of the candy variety! Proposing to your bridesmaids with a ring pop in a box is a fun spin off of a real proposal. This idea is too sweet they won’t be able to say no, and it is sure to garner some laughs. Besides, what girl doesn’t love some good old fashion candy!

Care Package

Bridesmaid care packages are a fabulous way to ask your best friends to be in your wedding. The best part about them? You can put whatever you want in them. From necessities for the big day to your future bridesmaids favorite wine or mementos of your friendship, anything goes. It’s a unique way to tell your friends how much you want them to be apart of your special day.



Congratulations on your engagement and happy planning!

For help planning your perfect wedding contact tracie@yourethebride.com or call 248-408-4602 or visit www.yourethebride.com

Photo Credits: Etsy.com, TheWeddingPartyApp.com

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