Asking someone to be your bridesmaid is a powerful and thrilling moment in your friendship. If you’re bored with the curated box of goodies and signs that read “I couldn’t say ‘I Do’ without you,” here are some more creative ideas for consideration.
Bride Tribe Bathing Suits
If you’re having a tropical destination wedding or going somewhere in the sunshine for your bachelorette, then have “Bride Tribe” bathings suits made for everyone to wear together! Options like this one start at $25 on Etsy.
Pick your favorite restaurant and have all your girls come together at once to ask them face to face. What’s better than seeing their reaction and having everyone get to know each other at the same time?
“Pop” The Question
Fill a balloon with confetti and a handwritten note saying “Will you be my bridesmaid” and have them pop the balloon to find the surprise.
If you’ve been friends since your earliest days on the playground together, have a custom cootie catcher made with the big question written inside. This one is only $3.50 a pop!
Have custom wine labels with a metallic scratch-off sticker to reveal your sweet message made for each girl. Options start on Etsy for $2.25.
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THE LABELS ON SOME OF TODAY’S wine bottles sport a relatively new vocabulary, one that explains how the grapes were grown and made into wine. They include such terms as sustainable, organic and biodynamic, among others, and they warrant some explanation. Were the grapes grown by sustainable farming? Were they sprayed with organic fertilizers? Is the wine biodynamic? A number of the terms are new to many consumers. Some are controlled by the U.S. government; others are not. For simple definitions of this relatively new vocabulary, consider the following.
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