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I am making mines atm. I used some ideas from everybody here in the blogs. I will make cards with dolls attached to them, but I am also going to include some "jewellery"  i.e. earrings, necklace and bracelet. I am about to finish, and I will post the pictures and the tutorial. All I need to do now is to put everything together. Thank you for sharing

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So freakin cute. I will be asking my girls in a few weeks and I cant wait. I will post pics as soon as I can.

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Since my bridesmaids are pretty spread out (Chicago, Hoboken, Orlando) I designed custom cards to ask them. I'll post a pic soon. For my maid of honor (and sister) I put together a box that included: a monogram bracelet, a really nice scarf, a gorgeous butterfly mug, a frame with a picture of the two of us when we were younger, candy, and finally a poem asking her to be my maid of honor :)

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Originally Posted by lorcas View Post

 

Since my bridesmaids are pretty spread out (Chicago, Hoboken, Orlando) I designed custom cards to ask them. I'll post a pic soon. For my maid of honor (and sister) I put together a box that included: a monogram bracelet, a really nice scarf, a gorgeous butterfly mug, a frame with a picture of the two of us when we were younger, candy, and finally a poem asking her to be my maid of honor :)

That is so nice of you. Sounds like fun.

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Since my bridesmaids are pretty spread out (Chicago, Hoboken, Orlando) I designed custom cards to ask them. I'll post a pic soon. For my maid of honor (and sister) I put together a box that included: a monogram bracelet, a really nice scarf, a gorgeous butterfly mug, a frame with a picture of the two of us when we were younger, candy, and finally a poem asking her to be my maid of honor :)
That is a great idea especially love the personal touch of the box for your sister

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Great ideas! My bridesmaids don't live nearby so I like the idea of sending a card, and maybe a little trinket of some sort.

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I love those cute cards with their names on it!! I went for a really simple approach, I wrote a letter to each bridesmaid telling them how important they are in my life and asking them to be my bridesmaids. I posted the letter on our theme envelopes and included a polaroid type photo of me with each girl. They just received the letters and loved them! I thing a few tears were shed! hehe

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I just sent the "Will you be my Bridesmaid" cards to my girls:) I decided to go with the simple design - found cartoon versions of the girls (it took me around 10 hours to find the pictures of girls that look just like them) and "put" the dresses on them that I want them to wear on the BIG day. Here are some pictures:

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And below girls (2 of 3) with the cars :)))

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               This NEAT!!!

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