Post # 1
I’m placing the orders today, so I want to be sure on my BMs gifts before I do. I do NOT want to gift them anything that was “to be used” specifically for the wedding. I also wanted cute, practical things that could be used on a daily basis, post-wedding… Things that they would buy themselves. All will be ordered to each one’s specific personal taste/favorite colors.
1. Monogrammed (genuine) gold/leather bangle, with their first initial.
2. Leather (also genuine) tassle keychain in their favorite color
3. Cute Hairties (was a cute, but cheap little add-on)
4. Gift card to each one of their favorite places (some love local little boutiques, etc)
5. Thank you card with thoughtful message
Everything will be assembled in cute cosmetic cases, which I am still on the hunt for. Are these TOO practical? Is it enough?
Thanks in advance, bees!
Post # 3
@Soon2bmarried123: I think this is adorable. Send me one, too! 🙂
Post # 4
Sounds good to me… although some bees might say they wouldn’t like a keychain.
I totally love keychains, though!
Post # 5
@love108: Awesome, thanks! I’d love to, I may even get a set for myself. : )
@jenilynevette: Thanks! I figured that on the keychains, too. Two of my BMs were asking where I’d gotten mine (same as above) a few months back, so that’s actually what made me think of it. We are some accessory loving ladies, that’s for sure! LOL
Post # 6
Perfect and thoughful! More brides need to learn from your example. You made it about your girls, which is what it’s supposed to be, not about the wedding!
Post # 7
@imabridesmaid: Ahh, thanks! I once got a BM gift of a necklace and earrings that I was “required to wear during the wedding”. It wasn’t my style at all, and I also didn’t love being made to wear it. However, I was a good sport. I even tried to rock them out a time or two after (because it’s the thought that counts), but just couldn’t. Needless to say, I no longer have any of them, and swore I personally wouldn’t do that to my BMs.
Post # 8
@Soon2bmarried123: Practical and awesome!