Home Planning Planning essentials 19 Fun Ways to Ask “Will You be my Bridesmaid?” return to landing page 16 of 20 "Will you be my bridesmaid?" balloon Delight your bridesmaid-to-be with this classy and fabulous helium filled balloon, with the all important question etched on in gold.The balloon is filed with heart shaped confetti, while the string is adorned with pink and purple bridesmaids' dresses and red hearts. The balloon arrives in a big box, floating out one the box is opened, for a delightfully unexpected surprise - you can even have a personalised message written on the balloon for an extra special touch. Note tags can be added too, if you want to leave your pal in no doubt over who their pretty parcel came from. Courtesy of Bubblegum Balloons at NotOnTheHighStreet Pop the question to your best girl with this adorable Maria Allen Boutique envelope necklace. You can even customise it with a secret message (name, date, whatever takes your fancy!) engraved on the back to make it an extra special gift. BHLDN bridesmaids gifts Make sure your friend knows how much you love her by popping the question with one of these beautiful BHLDN gifts.Opt for the gorgeous pink and gold polka dot mug for something your bridesmaid can treasure for years to come; it'll also come in handy for housing the endless cups of tea you'll be sipping on as your pour over wedding plans together in the up coming months. Alternatively, treat your bestie to a stylish scented candle with "will you be my bridesmaid?" in gold script on the packaging. The candle is scented with mandarin, jasmine and vanilla, ideal for your bridesmaid to relax with after a jam-packed day pounding the streets with you seeking out the dream dress. BHLDN also offer a sweet pink cosmetics bag housing a bridesmaids emergency kit, including earring backs and stain remover, and much more!Francophile bridesmaids will love the grey pouch, with bridesmaid written on in french in a sophisticated gold font. "Will you be my bridesmaid?" bauble Brides planning a festive wedding will love this "will you be my bridesmaid" bauble; subtly hang the christmas decoration on your tree and wait for your pal to spot it waiting for her - we bet she'll be more excited than a kid on Christmas.If you want to propose to multiple pals at the same time, why not adorn your tree solely with a number of these fun baubles and invite your friends over to admire your decorations - just warn your H2B that a lot of squealing might take place... Personalise the bauble with your wedding date for an extra-special touch. This proposal gift is particularly special as it can be used for years to come, forever reminding your 'maids of the important role they played.Courtesy of Handmade at Poshyarns at NotOnTheHighStreet For bridesmaids-to-be with a sweet tooth these macaroon trinket boxes are a sweet way to pop the question.Buy one each for all your prospective bridesmaids and pop in a secret message asking them "will you be my bridesmaid?" inside.The pretty pastel present will live on on their dressing table long after your big day has passed, acting as a lovely reminder of when you asked her to be a part of the biggest day of your life.Courtesy of Posh Totty Designs Creates at NotOnTheHighStreet "Will you be my bridesmaid?" tote bag Personalised gifts are a thoughtful way to propose to your best friends, showing you've put time and effort into thinking what they would like.We love the glittery font on this tote bag, and the fact that the all important question is inside the bag means your maids can use this bag long after the confetti has been thrown and the wedding cake has been cut. Plus, every time they hunt in their bag for their keys, they will have a sweet reminder of how much you mean to them - what's not to love?Courtesy of Squiffy Print at NotOnTheHighStreet "Will you be my bridesmaid?" card We love this bright and colourful card; it's a simple way to let your friend know you want her by your side on your big day. She'll be in no doubt that you know she'll make your day millions better, without you needing to be overly sentimental. Write a collection of fun memories inside to add a personal touch to this card, being as emotional (or not) as you want to. Courtesy of Do You Punctuate? at NotOnTheHighStreet "Will you be my bridesmaid?" coaster If you plan on having your sister as your bridesmaid, this wooden magnet is a great way to let your intentions be known.Invite her over for dinner and wait for her to spot your subtle proposal affixed to the fridge - we bet she'll be jumping for joy when she sets eyes on it. A magnet acts as a great keepsake too, making her beam whenever she spots it in her own home. Courtesy of Bespoke & Oak Co. at NotOnTheHighStreet "Will you be my bridesmaid?" card and temporary tattoo Quirky bridesmaids-to-be will love this unique proposal, comprising of a card coupled with a temporary "team bride" tattoo, ideal for wearing on her arm on your hen-do to let everyone everyone know who her allegiances lie with!The blush pink and gold tattoo card is an unusual take on the the traditional "will you be my bridesmaid?" cards, perfect for bridesmaids with an edgy side - gift one to each of your bride squad for the ultimate in coordinating cool. Courtesy of Emilie Rose at NotOnTheHighStreet "Will you be my bridesmaid?" candle Ask the all important question via the medium of a chic scented candle, sure to thrill your bridesmaid-to-be.This soy candle will look charming on any window ledge or mantelpiece and be the perfect accompaniment to evenings spent holed up in her living room working on the all-important gift list. We love that this candle can be personalised with the name of your best girls, alongside a cute poem.Courtesy of LollyRocket Candle Co at NotOnTheHighStreet "Will you be my bridesmaid?" card Here at You and Your Wedding we find it hard to resist Kate Spade goodies, so this glossy "will you be my bridesmaid?" card is right up our street.The poem is just on the right side of quirky, and we love the gold polka dots, giving it a real special occasion feel. There are ten cards in the set, so plenty to go round if you're having a large bridal party. "Will you be my bridesmaid?" bottle topper Pop the question to your bestie with a bottle of bubbly finished off with a lovely rose gold "will you be my bridesmaid?" topper. After she accepts (hopefully!) crack open the bottle and enjoy a celebratory drink to toast the momentous occasion. "Will you be my bridesmaid?" balloon We love the cute rhyme on this bridesmaid proposal balloon.This fun and creative way to ask "will you be my bridesmaid?" is ideal for younger bridesmaids, and even has space on the back for you to write a personal message to your pal.Courtesy of White Knot at NotOnTheHighStreet Let your friend know she's the missing piece of your wedding day puzzle with this adorable bridesmaid proposal jigsaw.For an even more fun way to ask her "will you be my bridesmaid?" keep back the middle piece of the puzzle and only hand it over once she has completed the rest of it.Courtesy of BatemanDesigns at NotOnTheHighStreet Ombre "will you be my bridesmaid?" card This ombre colour fade card is a classy way to ask your friends to play an all important part in your big day.Have a number of the personalised cards printed and hand them out over dinner for a super-sweet proposal.Cards are also a great way to pop the question to far flung friends - imagine their joy at receiving this beautiful piece of post.Courtesy of August & Grace at NotOnTheHighStreet "Will you be my bridesmaid?" mug Just try to contain your excitement as you wait for your BFF to finish her cup of tea and discover the hidden message at the bottom of her beverage. You'll be encouraging her to gulp down her drink in super-quick time to find out her answer - just be sure not to make her drink too hot!This secret message mug is the perfect way to surprise your unsuspecting maid-to-be over a slice of cake; she'll even be able to keep it for years to come and a lovely reminder.Courtesy of The Letter Loft at NotOnTheHighStreet "Will you be my bridesmaid?" message in a bottle We love this creative and quirky way to ask "will you be my bridesmaid?" - what could be more exciting than receiving a message in a bottle in the post?!Each bottle contains a personalised scroll for your pal to unroll - you can choose what the message says for a truly unique proposal.Courtesy of Sarah Hurley at NotOnTheHighStreet "Will you be my bridesmaid?" personalised plate We love the idea of popping the question via an elegant personalised vintage plate.You can edit the text to have the name of your BFF, the date of your wedding, and the role you want her to play, making it a truly unique proposal.The plates are all different, but you can order one in colours to match your wedding day scheme for the ultimate in chic coordination. As for how to present her with the plate, you could invite her over for tea and biscuits, and as the biscuits slowly disappear from the plate, your message reveals itself.Courtesy of Ollie and Moo at NotOnTheHighStreet "Will you be my bridesmaid?" card Keep the suspense going for you and your bestie with this secret message envelope card.The personalised item features 'will you be my bridesmaid?' printed on a little card hidden inside the mini pink envelope on the front of the main card - a perfect piece of post to mail to your friends, or even give in person for extra excitement. 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