Looking for ways to ‘propose’ to your bridal party? Wedding stationers Tree of Hearts share five fabulous ways to do just that…
Every bride-to-be needs her own Team Bride! Not only can your bridal party help with the wedding planning and organising, they also make the whole experience much more fun. There’s nothing like sharing your wedding journey with friends. Here are five fun ‘proposal’ ideas to ask someone to be a member of your bridal party!
A sweet treat will put a smile on anyone’s face, so ask your friends with a fun food showstopper. From cupcakes and chocolate bars decorated with the question to personalised prosecco bottles, there’s no end to ways you can ask your question. You could even base them on each bridesmaid’s own favourite food for that extra personal touch. Fortune cookies are also very on-trend, as they really help build up the suspense until the big reveal!
This luxury option shows your girls how much they mean to you! Pop it in a gift bag with a tag asking them to be your bridesmaid or add the question to the inside of the presentation box. Personalised jewellery isn’t just a lovely gift, it also makes a great accessory on the wedding day. Why not pick something that will look perfect with the bridesmaid dresses? Or, for the girls that already have everything, you could even pop the question with a personalised jewellery box instead.
Here at Tree of Hearts, we might be a little biased, but when it comes to bridal party keepsakes, we think cards can’t be beat! Cards are a classic way to ask someone to join your bridal party, but that doesn’t mean they’re not creative. There are so many ways you can personalise cards to suit your own style. From funny typography to beautiful artwork, the options are endless. And if you really want to make an impression, check out lottery ticket-style scratch cards that hide your big question until the last moment!
Everyone loves a brainteaser, so why not send your friends a fun puzzle to solve? Jigsaws that reveal your question when completed are super popular, but the classic word search is another big favourite. A crossword puzzle is another option that you could make yourself if you’re watching the wedding budget. Bridesmaid puzzles are available online in many different styles, including lots of bespoke options.
Pop the question – literally! Balloons have become a super popular alternative for all sorts of wedding stationery, such as save the date cards. They’re a perfect choice for asking someone to be your bridesmaid, too. Have the message printed onto the balloon so they can see it as it inflates. Or you can write it on a piece of paper inside a confetti-filled balloon and send it along with a chic safety pin to match. Once they pop the balloon, they’ll find the note that pops the question.
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