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June 5

Gift Idea: Lovely Letters

Any stationery fanatic will agree that this has to be the sweetest idea for a monogrammed necklace. It’s the perfect gift for a special bridesmaid who loves fine paper and stationery, or even a lovely gift for the letterpress-obsessed bride-to-be! This custom Double Initial Silver-plated Letterpress Necklace by Erica Weiner Jewelry is so unique and special, and completely thoughtful and personal!

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March 30

Bridesmaid Gifts for Every Style

If your circle of friends is as diverse as mine, you might have trouble selecting just one gift to suit every person in your bridal party. Consider shopping for each bridesmaid individually to make it easier for you to find the perfect gift to suit her unique sense of style. Here’s a few ideas to help inspire your search:

For the Crafter

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Scissor Necklace from Makool Loves You

For the Artist

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LittleMoandFriends Journal found on Etsy

For the Brainiac

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Outliers: The Story of Success by Malcolm Gladwell, found on Amazon.com

For the Fashionista

posh-print-thank-you-cards Posh Print Thank You Cards from Wedding Paper Divas

For the Techie

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Belkin TuneTalk Stereo Voice Recorder for iPods found on Hello My Name is Heather by Heather Bailey


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May 5

To Mom, with love

By guest blogger Geeta Sachdeva
Next weekend is Mother’s day. How about taking the opportunity to get some wedding stress off your mind? Plan a wonderful day with your Mom. Remember that these past few months have probably been a whirlwind for her as well. So why not involve her in the planning process, seek her advice and make her feel that you value her opinion? Make the most of this time, and tell her the wedding of your dreams will be incomplete without her support.

A great idea would be to give her a handmade Mother’s day gift that shows how much she means to you. A personalized photo album would be great for showcasing your childhood memories.

Another cool idea would be to have two cards in contrasting colors placed on adjacent pages, using one as a frame for pictures or memorabilia and the other for writing comments! (I got the Wild Grass Wedding Reception Cards in chocolate and soft pink from Wedding Paper Divas.)

Here is a page from my scrapbook. I hope it inspires you!

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Image courtesy: Matteus Pan

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