If you got engaged, now it’s high time to choose the date, wedding theme, colors and of course ask your friends to be your bridesmaids and groomsmen. We’ve just shared some cool kit ideas to pop up the question for girls but what if you don’t have much time to pack them or don’t want that fuss or just want to save on the budget? Don’t pack whole boxes, ask the question more easily and more budget-friendly! There are many ways to do that, and you may choose from the simplest ones with food and drinks to creative ones and even themed ones. We’ve prepared a bunch of ideas and I hope that you’ll get inspired by them!
Food And Drinks
Food and drinks are a timeless way to pop up any question or as a gift. If you don’t want to spend much money or don’t have crazy ideas, go for mini bottles of alcohol that your friends like and glitter them or not, and then add a tag with your question to them. If you prefer foodie gifts, go for a pack of cookies, a large donut, macarons or cupcakes and write your question right on them. If you don’t want to, or it’s impossible, just add a tag. Another cool idea is a piñata filled with candies and a piece of paper with your question.
Jewelry is another cool idea to pop up the question, and it’s cool because you not only please your gals, you also give them a piece to wear on your big day. Bracelets, necklaces, earrings are the best options because if you choose rings, you may not find a proper size. Choose what you like and please your girls!
Present your gals personalized glasses, wine tumblers or mugs, everybody needs stuff like that. You may personalize them yourself: add monograms, names, glitter or write the question right on the bottom of the cup, so when your gal finishes drinking, she’ll see that. Go creative!
Try various items that are useful for every girl: candles, bath bombs, lip balm, nail polish, scarves and so on. You can also hint on your wedding day theme or venue with your bridesmaid proposal: give them in boxes with moss if it’s a woodland wedding, or go for Christmas ornaments with your questions if it’s a winter holiday wedding, or even for a fun Harry Potter-inspired proposal. Get inspired!