In addition to the bridesmaid proposal boxes I made last week (see last post), I decided to put together special gifts for my maid and matron of honor. These sailor knot earrings from Kate Spade (shown in detail below) were just perfect (Link: Earrings).
Using a little bit of play on words, I added a tag written by my Cricut Explore saying “Will you help me tie the knot”. Paired with a sparkly gold box and big navy bow, this gift fits perfectly with our Navy and Gold wedding color scheme.
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One of the most exciting parts of planning your wedding is getting to share that excitement with some of your closest friends. In order to invite my bridesmaids to be a part of our special day, I put together these gift boxes.
I found these charming hexagonal navy and gold boxes at Target (link: Boxes). To add a personal touch, I decided to use my Cricut Explore machine along with some gold adhesive foil to add each bridesmaid’s name along with a crown to the top of the box (Link: Foil).
When deciding on gifts to put in the box, I wanted to find little treasures that were both useful and fit with the overall color scheme. The gratitude journal I found at TJMaxx (pictured below) was the perfect fit. Paired with a rose gold diamond pen from Amazon, these journals will be great for some reflective thoughts (Link: Pens).
You can’t have a gift box without some things for pampering! Bath and Body Works was having their semi-annual sale, and I just couldn’t pass up the honeycomb body bar wrapped with a queen bee (pictured below). Every body bar needs a good lotion to go with it, so the Champagne Toast shea body cream added a nice celebratory touch. To round out this self-care trio, some Sally Hansen polish did just the trick.
Last, but certainly not least, each box contains a little note on a Kate Spade card (pictured below) designed specifically for bridesmaid proposals! (Link: Cards)
I hope you’ve enjoyed this look at my bridesmaid proposal gift boxes!