Consider these options rather than floral robes for the bridesmaids.
Gifting your prom dresses, particularly in a floral pattern, has become one of the most popular wedding trends recently. Scrolling through Pinterest is really a guarantee to determine dozens of photos of ladies smiling inside a hotel room, clad in knee-length robes. While we certainly agree these pictures are darling, we also can’t help but love when brides think outside the box when gifting getting-ready attire.
A nice group of monogrammed pajamas creates just as cute of the photo and it is more likely to be worn again through the bridesmaids, meaning the PJs seem more genuine of the gift than robes might. After all, a thank-you present is supposed to be for the bridesmaid, not for that wedding. We’ve seen brides provide simple shift dresses for destination nuptials, that also could make great swimsuit cover-ups for a long time. Button-ups or flannel shirts are modest, chic, and just like useful as robes will be to avoid messing up hair. If you’ve known your wedding party since school days, a throwback velour sweatsuit may have you all reminiscing when you get your makeup done. It’s a particularly fun gift should you caught Jennifer Lopez’s Las Vegas residency for the bachelorette party!
Below are a couple of our favorite examples for alternative getting-ready attire, all from real weddings. Click each picture to discover what the ladies wore for that ceremony, and look for our beautiful gallery for additional getting-ready inspiration!
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