Keep them from sinking
Oftentimes, pictures are taken of the bridal party outdoors. For girls wearing heels, many know that one step in the grass and you suddenly become four inches shorter and your heels are covered in dirt. And did I mention how hard it is to walk on grass in heels? As a bride, a great way to prevent this is by investing in some heel-stoppers. They easily attach to to the bottom of the shoe, helping each bridesmaid to stay on their feet rather than sinking into the grass. I know your girls will greatly appreciate the gesture.
Give them options
Not every girl comes in the same shape and size – therefore, one dress won’t fit every person in the same way. While having everyone in the party wear the same dress is traditional, this is something that can be switched up – and you’ll be glad you did! Not only will everyone look and feel better, that confidence and happiness will exude in every photo you take. Mismatched bridesmaid dresses of different styles and hues look absolutely stunning. After all, not every girl is the same, so why dress them identically?
Show your appreciation
What better way to show how much you care than with a gift? This could be anything from a hangover kit to personalized jewelry. Whatever you get them is going to show that you appreciate the time and effort they have put in to making your wedding a success.
Pay for their ‘dos
If you’ve been dying for every girl in your bridal party to rock a waterfall braid or a fancy updo, it’s a good idea to offer to pay for it. This way, you can have professionals get the job done so everyone looks perfect for the big day.
Send a thank-you card
A good old fashioned thank you card never goes out of style. A handwritten note shows that you took the time to thank them. And let’s be honest, getting mail (that isn’t a bill) kind of makes anyone’s day.
How do you plan on taking care of your bridesmaids? Share your thoughts with us!