Here’s my thoughts on gifts for the bridal party: they are a must & they better be good. For months now your friends & family have been helping you plan your dream day. They’ve heard you agonize over the flowers (I wanted baby’s breath and was given a firm NO.) They’ve schlepped from venue to venue (but I don’t like the color of the ti-iles here…) They’ve stuffed teeny tiny squares of tulle with mints & tied umpteen bows. This is your time to show your best pals & special family that you are so grateful they stood by your side each and every day. It’s time to show them you love them. It’s time to give them a truly no-holds-barred memento of your wedding day. Our top recommendations? Read on …
These Tacori rings are simple yet fiercely beautiful. Loving the fact that they are all the same yet you can give each girl their own shade of Barbados Blue.
Earrings always fit & make a wonderful keepsake. Studs are universally flattering & these intricate basket settings showcase each gem for maximum sparkle. The minty green prasiolite are striking on blond girls…and if you’ve got a more rock n’ roll girlfriend opt for the lux black.
Maid of Honor:
If you have tested anyone’s patience, it’s your maid of honor’s. She loves you dearly… but kind of wants to screen your calls. Dil’s advice: don’t get her a $30 GC for Earls. Not cool. These cocktail rings by Tacori (of course Tacori!!!) are fun & fresh. With an array of colors & gems, you’re sure to find the perfect one for the pal who went all our planning your showers & stagette.
Mother of the Bride:
We think mom deserves to shine on the day her daughter gets married. She’ll be laughing, she’ll be crying, she’ll hold your hand when you confess that you’re nervous. She will burst into fresh tears when she opens the box & discovers you remembered her love & devotion on your wedding day. Be ready with a Kleenex…. and a hug.
Mother of the Groom:
You may love her… or you may not be her biggest fan. But you’re about to be family. Show her you are appreciate that she raised a good man. She taught him to be polite and (hopefully) to do his own laundry. A simple pair of earrings will do the trick. We promise.