Your Bridesmaids are the carefully selected group of girls who will accompany you on your Wedding journey. They not only make sure you have all the love, help and support that you need, but they’re often your go-to for chocolate and ice-cream catch-ups when the planning gets too tough.
When asking your best girls – Will You Be MY Bridesmaid? – we think they deserve a little something special, so here are nine great ways to pop the question.
1. On a cupcake, macaroon or any other dessert really. We all know that food is the way to any man girl’s heart, so any sort of sugary treat that asks the question is sure to be a hit.
Macarons from Swallow my Words
2. Pop the question – and a bottle while you’re at it – and put a personalised label on a champagne bottle or glass.
3. Personalise a candle so that it asks the question. What girl isn’t a sucker for a beautiful smelling candle?
Candles from Mazi Collection
4. Have a mug personalised so that the question is written on the bottom and fill it with coffee. When they’re done drinking they will see the question!
5. Order bridesmaid robes and then give them to your bridesmaids. No asking needed, they’ll understand what you mean.
Robes from Le Rose
6. Secret message scratch cards are a cute and clever way to ask – it’s like a lottery ticket but they win bridesmaid duties not money.
Cards from Not on the High Street
7. Make a survival kit for your bridesmaids to use on the wedding day. Fill it with things like Band-Aids, bobby pins and mini hairspray bottles, and at the very bottom place a card that asks the question. They’ll be confused at first but they will catch on when they find the card.
8. Have a puzzle made! Puzzles are fun, enough said.
Puzzle from Not on the High Street
9. If you’re not big on DIY or creative projects then just do something you girls enjoy doing. Whether it’s a day at the spa or a delicious lunch, just make a day of it and ask the question using simply words.
Image from The Langham Sydney
Main image from Josie and Matt’s wedding. Photography by Xsight.