Gift Ideas For Your Girls
Sometimes it’s hard to think of what to get for your ladies. And some of us just want to shower our bridesmaids in gifts. Believe us, we know. But, there are a few options – both cheap and expensive, that may have you deciding differently on what to give your girls.
1. Monogrammed totes.
Totes are great. We all love totes. And the great thing about them is that they last long after the wedding has come and gone. Every time the girls look at the tote bag you gave them, they’ll remember the fun they had standing by your side on your wedding day. This gift really is a staple, and they certainly come in handy as you lug around all that you need to during wedding-week.
2. Robes to get ready in.
These are sometimes very pricy, but you can find them for a decent price on websites like etsy.com. If you are into the higher-end side of things, BHLDN and Plum Pretty Sugar both sell robes that are sure to have your girls swooning. Robes can come in many different styles and some can even be monogrammed or personalized in some way.
3. Personalized jewelry.
Though this one tends to be seen as unoriginal, it can be one of the most stunning gifts if you know what you’re looking for. These are keepsakes that can last a lifetime, and whether it’s a jewelry set, or a dainty necklace, they’re sure to mean something to your bridesmaids. In fact, there are also adorable thank-you-type personalized flower girl jewelry pieces, as well.
You can buy your girls shoes. Let’s face it: your bridesmaids have a lot to pay for. We know, we know, not as much as you have to pay for. But, they sacrifice a lot to be a part of your day. Sometimes simply buying their shoes can be gift enough.
5. Mugs/tumblers/travel mugs/etc.
While getting ready for the big day, your girls might enjoy having their own personalized drink holder of some sort. This is also a great idea if you have quite a few bridesmaids because if they are personalized, you lessen the risk of someone’s drink getting mixed up with another’s the morning of the wedding. Not to mention it’s just as timeless as the tote bag we mentioned earlier. Something like this would also pair well shoes if you wanted to throw in something small to complement a larger gift you’re giving your girls.
6. Wedding survival kit.
This doesn’t necessarily have to be given to each girl separately. You could make just one tote full of medicines, nail polish, tampons, extra hairspray, bobby pins, etc. for the big day. Make sure to put some granola bars in there, as well, for getting ready the morning of your big day. Stay tuned for a complete list of what to include in the ultimate survival kit ????