Tay and Co: Bridesmaid & Maid of Honor Gifts

Bridesmaid & Maid of Honor Gifts

It's already less than 300 days until I get hitched! I was having such a hard time figuring out how I wanted to ask my Bridesmaids so I enlisted the help of my mom and sister.

In July they were in Richmond and found the cutest Bridesmaid favors. The boutique had two kinds: one that said "I promise a really cute dress if you say yes" and "I can't say I do without you! Will you be my Bridesmaid?" Each little sign had a black rectangle to personalize.

Since most of my Bridesmaid live in other states (literally...AZ, CA, OH, NY, WA) I knew these would be easy to mail. Plus it's something they can keep forever!

To make each one a little more personal I got some scrapbook paper that matched the burlap on the front. Michael's had a cute polka dot print that matched perfectly. I modge podged this sheet to the back of the wooden block. Then I cut a smaller white sheet (with gold shimmers of course) and wrote a note personal to each Bridesmaid. Once I finished all the notes I wrote out the corresponding name on the front with gold sharpie. To finish it off I tied a "Happily Ever After" ribbon around each one.

Overall I was really happy with how they turned out! I've never seen anyone do something like this before so I was excited to send them out. And even more excited when they all said yes! I did get to give a few in person and actually starting crying when my friend Ashly opened hers!

Since my little sis is the Maid of Honor I got her something a little different. A while back I bought the "Maid of Honor" pouch from Kate Spade. I knew Logan would love it plus I wanted to make her feel extra special for being MOH and my only sis. Since I was giving hers in person I wanted a cute bag to put it in as well, but I couldn't find one that fit the theme... so I made one! I just bought a plain pink gift bag from Target and added blue stickers to spell out "Maid of Honor." I absolutely LOVED how it turned out!

I tend to be very detail oriented so while wedding planning I've noticed I enjoy focusing on the small details. But to me even the smallest details matter! 

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