Bride to be box
I was so excited to receive the Bride to be box. The concept is a wedding planner in a box for all newly engaged bride to be’s needs. It’s just perfect for me! I love planning and organising so anything to help with my wedding next year is a huge help.
I have to say, that receiving the box in a gold envelope just gave it that importance and special feeling. It’s the little touches that puts a smile on my face. I adore the label holding the box together, “Your wedding journey starts here” and “Things to do before you say I do”. The colours coordinated throughout the box with items is mint green and gold. Just beautiful!
When the Bride To Be Box is opened, I was greeted with “Congratulations on your engagement”. I am an absolute fan of cost saving boxes full of goodies! This is definitely one of them. Please see some of my My Little Box reviews and Sassy Bloom Box reviews.
This is very handy for the brides to be who have just got engaged and will be starting to plan there special day. I love being introduced to new vendors that I have not heard of. What a great way to showcase their work. That feeling of surprises and new things is a small rush of adrenalin and addiction for me.
To then find that some items are in golden envelopes hidden away is such a tease, along with all the items wrapped delicately in mint green tissue paper. Ahhhh, very exciting!
And there neatly folded was a bonus item in the bride to be box, a white tote bag with gold joined up font “I’m busy planning my happily ever after”. I will be using the tote bag for the entire year!
If you are stuck on ways to ask your important people to be a bridesmaids, then what better way to use, Claire Louise Creates card, “Will you be my Bridesmaid? I can’t say ‘I do’ without you”. There are dashes of cute hearts underneath the golden text which adds to the cuteness. Claire Louise Creates specialises in wedding invitations, wedding styling and wedding planning.
If you have a vision she will help you achieve that for your special day. From calligraphy, to beautiful combined colours, to amazing floral arrangements, her work looks incredible. She has created something old, a sixpence for your shoe, which is known to bring good luck for the bride to be.
As long as it doesn’t get in the way of walking and being uncomfortable that will be placed in my shoe. She’s even included a sparkling enamel pin badge of “Bride to be” for something new. WOOOAAAH! Alot of goodies!
The Original Party Bag Company leave their trace of blush pink heart balloon. What an adorable way to emphasis love at a wedding and fill a party bag. They have such a big range of party bags and fillers, giving you great ideas how to add that extra fun for your wedding guests.
Shropshire Petals provide a decent sample of their biodegradable wedding confetti, grown from their farm. The mix is called Kaleidoscope, with the colours lilac, pink and cream. They have such a variety of confetti packages; individual sachets, confetti pop (love these!), petal pouches, baskets, along with offering dried flowers and wheat arrangements. Not only can they do the confetti, I love that there are no dyes added, and are completely natural in colour.
Claire Austin gifts a something blue for the day; a pair of a light blue rose hair pins made by hand. This colour matches part of my colour scheme, so I’m actually considering using them. Just need to think of what kind of hair style! The headpieces and floral crowns bridal accessories are stunning. She will also happily do any bespoke headpieces to match your dress! WOW!
In a very elegant dark gold envelope Novello package Chamomile tea. A perfect way to calm yourself when planning can be stressful. I have those crazy moments when planning anything! I adore how it’s addressed to the beautiful bride to be. Oh yeah! I’m beautiful 😉
Novello is a small, independent, family run business providing bespoke and personalised tea and coffee gifts. I’m intrigued, and have asked if they can do something for our wedding favours. Yiiipppppppeee.
Tina Cox from All Paper Everything leaves her gem of a sample, hand cut lavender and cream gift tag. Tina Cox works her creativity on pretty handmade paper decorations and cards.
My most favourite item in the box is the simplistic and much needed wedding day wall planner, from here. I have already been able to tick off some boxes. Yay! There’s actually some points I haven’t considered, so it has been useful already.
It’s broken into 12 months and is easy to use. The mint green and gold colouring is so lush! On top of this is a A5 heart print covered plain notebook called “Things to do before I say ‘I do’”. To accompany this, is “Planning my happily ever after” pencil and a large paper clip that was enclosed in a gold envelope. Adorable!
What bride doesn’t like a box of goodies, and helpful ideas to help plan that special day? If your not getting married but know someone who is, surprise them with it. For £18.00 it’s such a thoughtful gift!
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