Congratulations, you’re engaged!
But before you get lost in a sea of cake tastings and dress fittings you have very big decision to make, which of your best guys and girls do you want standing by your side?
Your bridal party will be with you every step of the way – from the early stages of planning all the way to the craziness of the big day. It’s a huge commitment, so it’s important to let them know that you simply can’t imagine doing it without them.
So how should you ask your family and friends to be a part of your bridal party? With over the top wedding proposals on the rise, it’s easy to become overwhelmed at the idea of planning something spectacular. To help point you in the right direction, we’ve compiled a few of our favorite ways Marrygrams brides and grooms have ‘proposed’ to their dearest friends.
For the Bridesmaids
Including a fun sneak peek of what’s to come, like dress swatches and matching nail polish, is a great way to get your bridesmaids excited long before the big day arrives. (And who could say no to those macarons?!)
These Kate Spade earrings paired with our “Can’t Tie the Knot Without You” cards are pun perfection! Your bridesmaids will want to wear these long after the ceremony is over.
From now until the wedding your bridesmaids are going to be busy, busy, busy! Treat them to a box of goodies to help them unwind after a long day of planning. We especially love the personalized champagne and wine glass!
For the Groomsmen
Our Cigar Cards offer a unique twist on tradition that your groomsmen are sure to love. For an added touch of whimsy (or for your ring bearer), swap the real deal for one made of sugar.
Take things one step further with the manliest of gift boxes. A custom cigar box full of unique groomsman gifts pairs quite nicely with our “Suit Up” cards, don’t you think?
Whether your style is sweet or sassy (or a little bit of both), a card from Marrygrams is the perfect addition when asking your bridal party and is a keepsake that they will cherish for years to come. After all, at the end of the day all that really matters is the sentiment inside.