Post # 1
I’m search of a way to ask my friends and 3 of my FH cousins to be in my wedding.
I would like to do some that is special. I’ve been googling poems for the past two days. Any good poems that someone can give me???
I was thinking about doing the t-shirts. However, I want it to be tasteful but yet on a budget.
Post # 4
This is the poem I used to ask my BMs and MOH. I found the poem on ProjectWedding.com
The Day, The Dress
The Bride, The Groom,
The Joy, The Tears
Will all come so soon!
Confessing true love to my Husband-To-Be
With family and friends all watching me!
Please pray that the sun will be shining down,
And that I fit in my gown!
Now there is just one more thing that is left to be,
And that’s to have you standing with me!
Will you be my Bridesmaid?
Post # 5
@MrsFerg818: I love that poem! Hope you don’t mind but just may need to steal it!
Post # 6
I didn’t do a poem, but I did do little cards asking them to be my bridesmaids. The Etsy vendor personalized each card with their name and a little drawing of each girl. It was really cute!
Post # 7
I made each one of my bridesmaids a personalized card in photo shop. I found pictures of myself with each of them that I made into a collage. I printed my inspiration board and possible dress selections for another page. On the back I used a bunch of terrible tacky bridesmaids dress pics to show what I wouldn’t make them wear. It was cute and they each LOVE it!
Post # 8
I am using this pic on handmade cards;
Plus this poem;
Will you be my bridesmaid?”
Plus I wrapped up a pashmina and a copy of “The Bridesmaid Guide” for them
Post # 9
I made cards that looked like this:
Sorry for the huge photo! 🙁
Inside, I wrote a poem, and the last line was something like, “and I would love it to include you! Will you be my bridesmaid/maid of honor?”. The girls loved them! 🙂 Good luck with whatever you choose!
Post # 10
These are so cute. I couldn’t wait to ask my girls, so I actually sent them emails. I attached this terrible picture and told them they were each personally responsible for making sure I didn’t look like this:
and then asked them to be my bridesmaid/MoH. They all loved it.