What To Put In A Bridesmaid Proposal Box?
Bridesmaid boxes are an excellent way to “propose” to your bridesmaids, but what should you include in one? Here are some wonderful box filler ideas and creative bridesmaid proposal gift ideas!
Choose a color palette for your bridesmaid proposal box before selecting pieces to ensure that everything fits together. This color scheme might match your wedding colors, or you could choose one specifically for your bridesmaid gifts!
A bottle of champagne is the first present you may place in there.
With bubbles, you truly can’t go wrong! It takes up little space in the bridesmaid box and can be simply personalized with a bottle label.
Bath bombs are also a nice addition to your bridesmaid boxes if you know your bridesmaid has a tub at home. Plus points if it matches the box’s color scheme! If they don’t have availability to a bathtub, but you still want to give them something to relax with, a shower steamer is a terrific choice! Shower steamers can be hung in the shower to provide a fragrant sensation.
Bracelets, necklaces, and earrings are excellent things for the primary item in your bridesmaid boxes. This piece could be the “primary portion” of the gift, with the rest of the things in the box being less expensive fillers, depending on the style of jewelry or brand. You can personalize the bracelet to fit your wedding colors, and your bridesmaid will be able to wear it on the big day!
There’s a reason why personalized wine tumblers are so popular. They’re ideal for keeping wine chilled or coffee hot. You may add their name or a fun quote to their wine tumbler.
Give your bridesmaids a scented candle if all else fails. You can’t go wrong with a candle as a gift for them. Choose a smell they’ll enjoy in a jar that complements the color pattern of your box.
Now that we’ve covered the many items that can be used to fill your bridesmaid boxes, it’s time to put them together! Choose a box that is large enough to hold the goods you want to include. Simply add a note asking the recipient to be a bridesmaid in your wedding. A card is the ideal approach to “propose.”
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