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Top 7 Bridal Party Gifts in 2021

One of the big wedding planning decisions you have to make after you get engaged is who to include in your bridal party.

The family or friends you choose to be your maid of honour, bridesmaids, best man, and groomsmen are the ones close to you who will not only be next to you on your wedding day but will be there to help you plan it and all the festivities leading up to it.

Asking someone to be part of your bridal party is a special moment that shows they are an important person in your life, but it also asks them to support you throughout your wedding planning and on the day, which usually involves investing considerable time and money.

It's important to show appreciation for your bridesmaids and groomsmen and thank them for their ongoing support. One great way to do this is bridal party proposals, where you gift your bridesmaid or groomsmen something special to help you ask them to be part of your wedding party.

What better way to do this, and highlight your connection with each person, than with unique, personalised gifts that make practical and meaningful keepsakes they will be able to use for years to come?

Keep reading to see our top 7 bridal party gift suggestions for 2021.

1. Engraved wood wick soy candle
Perfect for both bridesmaids and groomsmen, this engraved wood wick soy candle is an elegant gift that will help you show love and appreciation to those in your wedding party. Engrave the person’s name and wedding party role onto the wooden lid and use it as part of your bridal party proposal or as a thank you keepsake gift after your wedding celebration.

Engraved wood wick soy candle

2. Bridal party proposal keepsake box
Make asking your maid of honour and bridesmaids to be part of your wedding a memorable moment by doing it with a thoughtful gift that honours your relationship. Fill this beautiful bridal party proposal keepsake box with items that show your relationship to the recipient and why you have chosen them to be beside you on your big day.

Bridal party proposal keepsake box

3. Bridal party stubby holders
Spoil the members of your bride tribe and help them stand out throughout your wedding celebrations with their very own custom bridal party stubby holders.
Perfect for all the pre-wedding activities and the day itself, you could also use them to ask your favourite girls to be part of your wedding party.

Bridal party stubby holders

4. Engraved scotch glass and hip flask
Whisk your favourite crew off their feet by asking them to be your best man and groomsmen with this engraved scotch glass and hip flask.

The two-piece set will help show your groomsmen how much they mean to you and be a treasured reminder of the great memories made during your wedding celebrations.

Engraved scotch glass and hip flask

5. Engraved wooden sunglasses
Make your bride tribe and groomsmen the coolest kids in town with their very own personalised engraved wooden sunglasses. Besides providing a nice, matching aesthetic to your wedding photos, the sunglasses also make a great bridal party favour and wedding souvenir. Ideal for any outdoor wedding or for the bridal party to wear at the pre-wedding or day-after festivities.

Engraved wooden sunglasses

6. Engraved credit card bottle opener
Fitting perfectly into wallets and pockets, the engraved credit card bottle opener is a practical yet thoughtful gift your groomsmen will love. Customise the card with their names and their role in your wedding and use it to ask them to be part of your wedding party, or to thank them for their support.

Engraved credit card bottle opener

7. Engraved beer mug and barmate
If your best man and groomsmen are not whiskey lovers, maybe this engraved beer mug is more their style? A popular choice for bridal party proposals, the personalised mug can be used at all your pre-wedding celebrations and on your big day.

Engraved beer mug and barmate

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