Bridesmaids give you bridal support, important feedback, help with decorating, and might have even chipped in for more than just their dresses and shoes for the big day. Say “thank you” with some of these thoughtful gifts.
letter charms are too cute to pass up. The vintage type charm looks
like a typewriter letter, or for a more regal look, the script initial charm
makes a sweet addition to their favorite necklace or charm bracelet.
With a quick search on Etsy, you’ll find a variety of engraved bangles, or even earrings delivered in cute boxes that display a bridesmaid “thank you” poem.
Surprise your beautiful maids with robes while they’re getting
their hair and makeup done. From floral to lacey, a soft robe makes
the perfect gift. Traveling to the wedding together? Have shirts made that
showcase the fun of being a bridesmaid.
Or pamper their tired toes with shoes that fit your wedding theme (like flip-flops for a beach wedding), or comfy house shoes for them to relieve their worn-out feet at the end of the night.
Bags & Totes
Nothing says beauty like a new makeup kit from Ulta. With a
variety of new eye shadow and lip shades, they’ll be able to wear their mood
every day of the week. Or try a nail polish gift set that features various
shades from the wedding day.
A tiny travel size beauty item is a cute way to say thanks. Check out this cute little tress press detailing iron from Ulta - perfect for travel trips, or stashing in the drawer at the office.
Making it Personal
Make it personal with a monogramed mug or tumbler, include their
name or the date of the event. If you’ve got time, you can order a personal
illustration (made from a photo) from Etsy. Then they can display
the art piece for years to come.
**Photo from the Local Wedding of Hillary + Keith
Kennan is a wife and stay-at-home mom to Jaxson, Caden, and Emilyn. She has a BA in Mass Communication/Journalism from the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor and has many years of experience as a writer and photographer. She now uses her skills to run Marken Media Co.(www.markenmediaco.com), a company she owns with her husband Marcus.