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Popping the Question…to Your Bridesmaids

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Many girls have dreamt of their wedding day ever since they were little. The dress, the venue, the ring and the Prince Charming she will marry. When the time finally comes to say “I do,” no bride can take on the task of planning a wedding alone. That’s where the maid of honor and bridesmaids play a very important role. If you’re ready to ask someone to be in your bridal party, here are some great ideas!

Heartfelt Poem

The girls you select to be in your bridal party are the ones you are closest to. You grew up together, cried together and made lots of memories. Using a sweet poem that reflects your special friendship is a great way to ask.

Fun Gift Box                      

There are so many fun and creative ways to ask your closest friends to be in your bridal party. One of my personal favorites is a bridesmaid’s gift box full of hand-selected items. You can fill it with anything and everything you think your bridesmaid will enjoy—nail polish, perfume, lipstick, their favorite candy, the list goes on.

Homemade Card

Another great way to ask your bridesmaids to be in your wedding is with an adorable handmade card. Share a heartfelt message that shows her how much she means to you and how you could not imagine your big day without her by your side!

DIY Gift

If you love making things yourself, why not ask your bridesmaids with a DIY gift? Soap, a candle or a sugar scrub are all easy to make and are wonderful for gifting. Make sure to personalize the gift for whomever you are giving it to.

Beautiful Jewelry

Ask the girls in your bridal party to be by your side with a beautiful piece of jewelry! Here are some of my Shane Co. top picks.

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You could also choose this beautiful heart pendant available in white, rose and yellow gold. It’s engravable, so you can even add a special personalized message.

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Rachel was hired as a Merchandise Liaison at the Salt Lake City store in October 2009. She is responsible for working with the buying team to help find the right designs for each customer’s unique jewelry requests, which she loves. Rachel’s position requires her to be creative and very detail-oriented. In her free time, Rachel enjoys playing with her daughter and their three dogs.

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