5 Ways to Thank Your Bridal Party

Once your bridesmaids accept the mission to be a part of a bridal party, be aware of the time and money commitments attached to this and the journey it entails. While it comes with many perks, it also requires a lot of effort, and many people often overlook this fact. It is important to thank those who put in the time to make your day special as the bride. Some ways to do this include:

1. Bridesmaid Robes

The luxury of a bridesmaid robe cannot be underestimated, and they can be a great addition the morning of the wedding. You can plan a lunch or brunch where everyone gets together to reminisce and take photos that you can use to commemorate the big day. 

To add a special touch, consider embroidering the robes for everyone in attendance, a small way to show that you care and sure to be a hit with all the ladies. Plus, after the wedding, all the bridesmaids can take them home and have a gift that will provide memories of the big day for years to come. 

2. Engraved Flask

Rare is the wedding day that does not involve alcohol and an engraved flask is an excellent way to commemorate the occasion and add a fun element. Depending on the theme of the wedding, an engraved flask can include the couple’s favorite drink for all the guests or they can be given out at the bar for all the invitees during the reception. 

Other alternatives include engraved wine glasses that everyone can take home after the ceremony. Couples who want to create an unforgettable experience can include engraved glasses with a small yet upscale touch that all guests will appreciate years after the wedding day. 

3. Host a Brunch

Planning a wedding can be arduous, and there should be a few events leading up to it that are stress-free and allow everyone involved the opportunity to come together and reconnect. One tried and true way to thank guests is with a brunch with bridesmaids that could culminate after a day of shopping for bridesmaid dresses or maybe after a bachelorette trip. 

It is one of the best ways to get to know one another and forge new friendships and connections that could last a lifetime. Plus, you can use it to tie up any loose ends with any particulars dealing with the wedding day. Try out some fun recipes to make the event special.

4. Take Them For Mani-Pedis

If meeting up for a day of shopping is not in the cards, another great alternative is to invite everyone for an afternoon of manicures and pedicures. This is also a lovely way for the gang to all come together and create new memories and friendships as they relax. 

Since weddings can be quite stressful no matter how efficiently they are organized, it always makes a huge difference when everyone can get together and have a moment of solitude and camaraderie. Plus, it serves as an excellent way to thank the participants for assisting in the wedding activities. 

5. Write a Letter

No matter how many events you plan and how many brunches or pedicures are organized, one of the best ways to thank someone is with a handwritten letter that lets them know exactly how you feel. Weddings come with different budgets and if the event comes with a smaller one, then a personalized letter can make huge inroads into conveying the feelings surrounding the big day.

Writing from the heart takes time and the people that receive these will understand the energy and intent that went into producing it. These are the types of memories that last forever.  

Don’t Overthink It

You don’t have to reinvent the wheel when it comes to thanking those that came to your wedding day and it doesn’t have to cost a lot of money to get everyone in great spirits. Remember that the people there want you to have an amazing time and will work as hard as they can to ensure that you have the wedding of your dreams. Thanking them at each step of the way is invaluable and will strengthen bonds for the wedding date and beyond.