San Diego, CA (PRWEB) April 27, 2013
One of the first things couples think of when planning their wedding is asking their friends and family members to be part of the bridal party. For many, this is a simple question asked in person to those they are closest with. But as some couples are discovering, asking this important question is becoming as important as the marriage proposal itself! The Baltimore Sun has published a few tips on creative ways to ask your potential bridal party to join you on your big day, and Do the Bride a Favor is giving you extra ideas and tips to make popping the question to your friends and family fun and memorable.
When you narrow down the choices for your bridal party to a select few, think of personalized, exciting ways to request their attendance. You can send them a decorated box full of custom bridal chocolates with a note inside, or vending machine refills such as personalized ring pops with “Will you be my bridesmaid?” printed on them. Another wonderful idea is personalized wine bottle labels that say “I can’t do ‘I Do’ without you!” or personalized jewelry for your bridesmaids and personalized flasks for groomsmen. A wine glass with caricatures of each of your friends on them is another way to surprise your friends with the request to be a bridesmaid. Another groomsmen idea is to have custom ties or cufflinks made along with a note requesting their participation in the wedding ceremony.
However you choose to ask your friends and family, turning the request into a special event or gift is a wonderful way to show how much you treasure them, and how honored you will be to have them by your side on your wedding day.
Do the Bride a Favor discusses how to creatively ask friends and family to be part of the wedding party.
About Do the Bride a Favor:
Do the Bride a Favor is a website offering brides and party planners tips on how to throw the event of their dreams, including favor ideas, wedding trends, and budget advice.