There's no right or wrong way to ask a bridesmaid to be in your wedding. But some people prefer to take a crafty approach, which often lends to a creative keepsake. If you are wondering how to ask bridesmaids to be in your wedding, check out these crafty ideas.
Personalize wine bottles with a photo or a simple message to ask your maids to be in the wedding. Or else, get a bag or box of their favorite snack food, and do the same.
My Own Labels has the scoop on this DIY bridesmaid gift idea.
This DIY bridesmaid gift comes in the form of paper dolls ... the kind you enjoyed as a kid. Write the names of your maids on each of the dolls, and give a full set to each person so they can get to know each other before the big day.
Get the DIY paper dolls bridesmaid gift how-to at Once Wed.
If you want a formal way to ask your bridesmaids to join your wedding day, try a cute ornate frame, painted in the wedding colors. Inside, you can insert a photo of you two together or write a sentimental note or poem.
Find out more about this DIY bridesmaid gift at Shore to Run.
This custom-printed scarf with words can ask the very important question for you: "Will you be my bridesmaid?" The pashmina scarf comes in one of many colors, so it's perfect to personalize for your maids if you're planning a winter wedding.
See more at Julie Kay Design Studio.
Decorate and fill a cigar box with wedding-day essentials as a cute and practical way to ask your bridesmaids to be in your wedding. Your friends will feel so honored that you were thinking about them.
Get the DIY bridesmaid gift box how-to at Lauren and David Style.
Have you ever wondered how to get a ship in a bottle? We're wondering the same thing about this personalized note inside a colored egg. Use these customized eggs in a gift box and give to your bridesmaids, ring bearer and flower girl as a special way to ask them to be in the wedding.
Check out these personalized egg bridesmaid gifts at Little Okins.
Photo credits: My Own Labels, Once Wed, Shore to Run, Julie Kay Design Studio, Lauren and David Style, Little Okins.