We’ve shared some very special ways to ask your bridesmaids to be a part of your big day, but we couldn’t forget the little ones!
Here, we’ve pulled together some sweet examples of how you can invite your tiniest attendants to be a part of your big day.
Age of Innocence
This Victorian-inspired paper ornament ($13.25) from Melody’s Moments will complement any vintage celebration. Adorned with lace and beaded details, the card includes a first name, a thoughtful message and the wedding date.
All Dolled Up
Send your future flower girl a heartfelt message and a keepsake Blythe doll (prices range), which can be customized to match the color of her hair and eyes and style of her dress.
Here’s a unique idea: Send your special request in a storybook format. This 6″ X 9″ book ($51.95) by AV Designz will include your flower girl’s likeness and an illustration of your wedding venue. She will also receive a digital file of the book cover which can be printed and framed. A ring bearer option is also available.
Sugar and Flower
These vanilla and icing-etched cookies ($23.50/3 cookies) from Cookie Barn are a lovely—and tastier—alternative to a paper invite.
Just as your husband-to-be asked your father for your hand, why not ask your ring bearer’s mom for her approval? This card from Colette Paperie is packed with plenty of humor.
This custom ring bearer invitation by Little Okins includes a handpainted egg and a customized note inside when cracked. Eggs are packed inside a box with paper shreds and colorful confetti. A flower girl version is also available.
Invite your pint-sized “Dirty Harry” to be your wedding’s “Ring Security Agent”—and give him the badge to make it official! These adorable invitations ($6.95) from Decadent Designs include custom wording and are wrapped with ribbon. An acrylic version ($15) makes for a sweet keepsake.
Message in a Box
Photos: I Am Stephanie
How charming is this DIY ring bearer box created by I Am Stephanie blogger, Stephanie Smokovich?
Here’s how to replicate this look: Cover a wood cigar box with patterned shelf paper and lowercase chipboard letters. Fill the box with things he’d like, including gum and a candy ring, a popular comic book or small plastic toy. Add a letter written by you both and include a note explaining his unique role and a “4-1-1” about your wedding day. Tie the box, and bundles, with tulle and diamond ring favors.