Picture of wedding party from a wedding at the 228, with the bridesmaids in pink dresses and the groomsmen and groomslady in tan

Once your significant other pops the question, you should pop a few questions of your own. Most brides ask a few of their closest friends and family members to be bridesmaids. These days, brides are doing creative things and crafting special bridesmaid proposals. This makes the event memorable. Some people may not accept. They may not be able to commit to the time and money involved in being a bridesmaid. Here are some ideas to help get you started if you want to hop on the bridesmaid proposal trend.

Say It With a Card

You can buy a ready-made card or create your own. Bridesmaid proposals can be as serious, funny, or sweet as you would like, so make them your own.

Appeal to Her Sweet Tooth

Some brides propose with a message written on sweet treats. Examples include sugar cookies, fortune cookies, doughnuts, candies, chocolates, cupcakes, and macarons. This bridesmaid proposal is like a combination of a proposal and a present. You can even buy custom M&Ms or candy rings to help you propose.

Make Her Puzzle It Out

Consider giving your best girls customized jigsaw or crossword puzzles to help you pop the question. This will increase the suspense and create a more dramatic proposal.

Make It Personal

Create bridesmaid proposals that are personal. Take into account the person’s favorite things and your history together. This could mean a gift box filled with little presents and memories, for example. Perhaps a spa day box, a beauty box, or a box filled with a mix of memorable treats.

Ask With a Gift

You can propose with a cute saying and a small gift, such as a necklace, bracelet or earrings. Then your bridesmaids can wear this gift during the wedding, bachelorette party, or other preparations for the big event. Other ideas include a:

  • makeup bag
  • jewelry box
  • bath bomb
  • pillow
  • mug
  • tote bag
  • t-shirt
  • robe
  • picture frame
  • candle
  • wine glass
  • shot glass
  • champagne glass
  • nail polish
  • or hair ties.
Use Your Theme or Wedding Colors

If you know your wedding theme or wedding colors, use these to make your bridesmaid proposals unique.

Make It An Experience

People often remember experiences more than gifts. Make your bridesmaid proposals in the middle of an experience that they’ll enjoy. Invite them for a spa day or out for another experience everyone will enjoy.

Other More Explosive Options for Bridesmaid Proposals

Hide your message in a confetti popper or a balloon so your bridesmaid proposals go off with a bang.

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