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I think I might buy my 2 bridesmaids a spa outing before we go and then maybe a necklace or the lounge chair cover. My sister is one of the bridesmaids and she is so picky; I know she would like the spa day, but i don't know if she would like the jewelry I would pick out, so maybe a lounge chair cover instead sicne it goes with the beach theme. How much in total are you spending on each bridesmaid?

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Love the beach towel idea Jessica.  Did you already buy them?  What do you think of them?  How soft are they? 

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Thanks!! I didn't actually buy them yet, but I am going to be ordering them soon!  I can let you know when I finally do!

 

I am spending around $50-60 on each bridesmaid -- $15 for the wristlet, $10 for the necklace, $5-10 on earrings, and around $20 for the lounge chair cover.

 

Here is the link to the chair cover if you are interested.  There is a different link for each color, but this is for the pink one -- http://www.amazon.com/ULTRA-THICK-VELOUR-POCKETS-ZIPPERED-CONVERTS/dp/B002KZZVES/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1294249600&sr=8-1.

 

There was actually a person on ETSY that sells personalized ones too, but I love the fact that the other ones actually fold into a bag!!

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Love the ideas ladies!  I am going to buy my bridemaids their shoes, which will be pink heels once I find the right ones (our colors are orange and fucshia and their dresses are black).  Also personalized beach bags, their jewelry for the day, flip flops for the reception, and a real touch flower for their hair the day of. 

 

FI is buying his groomsmen reef fanning sandals and gator sunglasses.

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I really want to come up with something unique. I'm trying to find something that can be used to reserve a lounge chair in the morning.

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i went through a friend of a friend to get them these candle-type things (we got a warmer and beach scent bars) for something they could use at home and remind them of the beach and our wedding (because really, who would want to be anywhere else) along with some flip flops and a necklace they could wear at the wedding...they still love them!

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Those lounge chair covers are a great idea - has anyone actually ordered any yet? I'm curious to know how bulky they are, and if you'd still need another towel or not...

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i went through a friend of a friend and ordered these candle-type things (we got a warmer and the 'beach' bar scent for them) so they didnt have to bring along anything extra and it would remind them of the wedding/beach!  along with some flip flops and a few smaller things they could use for the actual wedding trip...they were a hit, they still love and use them!

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My 16 y/o daughter is the only one standing up with me and I have no idea what to get her.  My 12 y/o son is standing up as well.

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