We’re so close to engagement season – traditionally the time between Thanksgiving and Valentine’s Day when proposals skyrocket – that we can already hear the bottles of champagne popping and the tears of joy streaming. So, as soon as Black Friday comes and goes, we’ll all be seeing WHITE… bright, white bridal bliss, that is. Once a gorgeous sparkler is placed around a bride-to-be’s finger, she’s already thinking of ways to get the news out: starting with engagement announcements, then save-the-dates, formal wedding invitations and so on and so forth… but how about another type of invitation for only the best of the best. Your “I couldn’t say I DO without you” entourage. The girls!
Every bridesmaid feels honored to share in her friend, cousin, sisters, etc. special day, even if they aren’t THE Maid of Honor. And it’s even more special if she can have a sweet, memorable keepsake from the beginning of the bridal party adventure. This trend of “popping the question” to bridesmaids is picking up more steam every day and we can’t wait to get into the spirit here at RSVP to me – with some of our already popular and super unique (out of the envelope) designs, that can be tweaked for any bride and her Fab Five, Sexy seven, or Dozen of Dolls.
Here are a few of our favorite designs that could easily serve as a template for brides looking to ask their ladies to stand beside them… in a seriously stylish way.
For the bride who is young at heart and her playful loved ones! Customize a keepsake puzzle that spells out “Will You Be My Bridesmaid?” once it’s complete.
For the party girl bride and her equally sassy partners in crime! Customize with bedazzled bridesmaid names and some fun items inside!
For the ‘Classy and Fabulous’ bride and her pink ladies! Customize the front with an Audrey Hepburn quote, like “The best thing to hold onto in life is each other,” and fill with some beauty supplies for prepping on the big day!
For the sentimental bride and her besties! Go with a beautiful holiday card to say Happy Holidays! and throw in a decorated ornament with the words “Will you be mine?” and the date.