Wednesday, October 12, 2011

Wedding Wednesday

I am SO sorry that I haven't posted at all. My router completely fried and we have been without internet since Friday. 
So today I am posting from a friend's, but I wanted to at least be back for Wedding Wednesday, my favorite day of the week!  Today, I am sharing with you how I asked my bridesmaids. I asked for some assistance on here, but I ultimately decided to do something very low key. 

I ordered these beautiful cards from Rifle Paper Co

And wrote each of the girls, who are all my family (or future family), a letter asking them to be part of my bridal party. 

Very simple. But... I've got lots in store for these ladies.

What is the cutest way you've heard of asking bridesmaids?

26 comments:

  1. I saw those cards online and love them!! My friend just wrote me the sweetest letter asking me to be her matron of honor (ugh matron sounds so old, but whatever!). I love a handwritten note, it is so special and meaningful! Good luck with your internet, ours was out Friday and I about died. What did we do before internet??

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  2. I saw these the other day and fell in love, now I just need to get engaged!

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  3. Gorgeous cards! I love Rifle's designs. I love that it was such a personal way of asking the bridesmaids!

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  4. Those cards are lovely! What a nice way to ask your friends to be a part of your wedding

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  5. Such an adorable invite! There is no way that anyone can say no to that request! Have a wonderful Wednesday xoxo http://twirlingclare.blogspot.com/

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  6. What a beautiful idea! Love it!

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  7. love love love Rifle Paper x 1000. They are so beautiful and I love the font and colors on each card. Great choice.

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  8. Love these notes!
    I ordered some really yummy cookies from Flour Pot (shaped like a bride and bridesmaid) and sent one to each girl with a "will you be my bridesmaid?" note. They really loved it and told me that the cookies were delish :)

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  9. Love those cards! I did something similar...a handwritten note is always super special and sentimental! :)

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  10. I'm obsessed with Rifle- I'm having them hopefully working on a little something for me in the future.
    I think these cards, combined with what I'm sure were amazingly sweet letters, is an absolutely perfect way to ask your friends to be bridesmaids- not themey or overplayed- just perfectly lovely!

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  11. Wonderful way to ask them all!! So special. I heard of a bride who made speciality wine labels for her bms.

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  12. Aw, I love that all your BM's are family! Very sweet :)

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  13. Such cute cards...I mailed postcards from Italy to each of my bridesmaids. :)

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  14. love these cards! my friend did something similar and her cards had little dresses on the front in the color of our bridesmaid dresses :)

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  15. Love your notecards! I honestly can't remember how I asked my bridesmaids...but one of my friends asked me by putting it into a chinese fortune cookie!:) Can't wait to see your projects...that store sounds fab!

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  16. No internet? I feel for you. I actually cried when ours was down. Those notecards are tres chic!

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  17. So pretty and unique! Love them :) xoxo

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  18. so cute!! i downloaded the bridesmaid template from wedding chicks and had them made into cards.

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  19. beautiful note cards! pretty and personal-everyone will love them!

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  20. I've seen those cards and loved them!! they make me wish I were engaged haha

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  21. This is such a lovely idea!! I love it! :)

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