Post # 1
To all the Bridesmaids (or just put yourself in a BM’s position):
Is a BM survival kit really a good gift?? I’ve seen a lot of DIY survival kits and I think it’s a really cute idea! But I’m not sure if BM’s would really like that? I’m actually going to put together a box together of that sort of stuff & some other things (nail stuff, compact mirror, DIY jewelry I made, and whatever other small things I can find). Personally, I wouldn’t mind a gift like that but I really can’t figure out if my BM’s would..
I’m still going to do it, but just wondering! 🙂
Post # 3
Most bridesmaids prefer something that is not wedding related that fits their interests and personalities.
Post # 4
yeah.. thats what I was thinking which is why I’m adding other stuff in there.
Post # 5
I’m giving them all clutches with “day of” stuff in them (nail file, Kiehl’s lip balm, lotion, sanitizer, etc) but each clutch is different and not “wedding”-y so they can use them a lot. I tried to match each clutch fabric to each girl’s style. They’re also each getting those hangers with their names bent into them from Etsy and I’m paying for their mani/pedi the day before the wedding. I’m also subsidizing the cost of their hair/make up but they don’t know that… I’m debating just paying for the whole shebang…. Decisions decisions.
Post # 6
Yeah I think it wouldn’t be the best gift. I think they would prefer something more personal and something that lasts longer than just the wedding day.
Post # 7
My mother did this as a small gift to my BMs and me for the day of the Bridal Shower to be used for the day of the wedding….I am giving them a necklace and a coach wristlet (non-wedding items) during the Rehearsal Dinner.
In a canvas bag she added the following:
small mirror, Colgate Wisps, mouthwash, hand santizer, breath mints, lotions, body spary (all on clearnace @ Bath & Bodyworks, lip gloss, flip flips
And…..a box of 4 fabulous local made (super huge!) truffles (Champagne, Razberry, Coffee, and Chocolate).