Bridal party styling. One extra that I think is ‘worth it’. They’re in all of your pictures–so why not make sure they look just as awesome as you do? One of our sweet April 2013 brides teamed up with Lindsey Regan Thorne over at Be Pretty –have I said how creative and talented this girl is before? Oh, I have? Well, I’ll say it again. She’s good. Really good. I am SWOONING over what is in store for this bridal party and can not wait to see how it all turns out! Here’s a sneak peek!
When I asked my bridal party to be a part of my special day, I did it the old-fashioned way–either in person or by phone. My lovely ladies are spread around the country and I tried my best to ask them in person if possible, but that wasn’t always the case. I was recently honored with being asked to be the Matron of Honor for one of my very best friends, Lauren; and a bridesmaid for a dear friend, Brynn. They were both in my bridal party too, so now it’s time for payback :). I’m so thrilled to be in these beautiful brides’ weddings. Brynn sent her bridesmaids the note above, which has inspired this post. I was giddy to receive such a cute card, and soon uncovered a plethora of creative ideas out there to ask your bridal party to become part of your special day.
BHLDN (Anthropologie’s yummy new bridal line) has some beautiful vintage-inspired goodies:
I kind of die for these next ones. Vintage hankies (*love*).
For an edible option, I found these adorable cookies on Etsy. A cookie showing up on my doorstep would make my day, for sure.
Not a vintage/girly bride? Try these yummy letterpress cards found on Etsy (I have a deep obsession for letterpress, so beautiful).
And for the out-of-the-box modern bride, I found these gems on Etsy as well.
I hope this inspires you to be creative when asking your bridal party to be a part of your day! What other creative ideas have you seen?