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How to Propose to Your Bridesmaids PDF Print
Tuesday, 09 September 2014 00:00





When preparing for your wedding, one of the first things you need to check off the to-do list is finding your "team". There's the decision of how large you want your bridal party to be, whether you have an equal amount of friends and family on each side, who to pick... and HOW to ask them!


This is going to be your group of friends who you'll grow closer with through all of the parties before the big day. It's your group of friends who you're asking to potentially spend a lot of time and money on you. These are the people who will be standing behind you and supporting you and your marriage!


Often, little thoughtful details are what make a wedding memorable, so why not take some time to make your future bridal party feel special by proposing to them in a special way? Ditch the text message and send your bridal party some real mail! Below are three amazing DIY tutorials for creative ways to propose to your bridal party:


photo on right from Style Me Pretty




Unraveling Ribbon DIY from BridalMusings.com This simple DIY only require wooden spools and strips of fabric or ribbon! This gets right to the point with a cute touch of whimsy and would cost next to nothing to ship!



Paper Doll Bridesmaid Invites from OnceWed.com These adorable personalized paperdolls not only ask your friend if she wants to be your bridesmaid, it also tells your girls who the entire team will be! Hopefully they all say yes after that! :)



Be my Maid? Boxes from RinseRepeatBlog.com These simple cigar boxes were transformed into gorgeous boxes filled with everything a bridesmaid would need to know. From touching messages to paintchips to figure out what colour of dresses to pick up! These aren't just a beautiful parcel to receive but a great keepsake for holding small trinkets in the future.

If you're not the type to do elaborate DIYs, there's always traditional invitations or a heartfelt handwritten letter too!

xo Sylvia


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