Such a beautiful idea! For MOH duty: Have each bridesmaid, mother, mother-in-law, aunts, etc... create a scrapbook page which includes a letter to the bride along with pictures. This is something she can read while she gets ready. The last page could be from the groom!!!
the maid of honor could put this together. have the mother of the bride, mother in law, bridesmaids, and friends of the bride write letters to her, then put them in a book so she can read them while getting ready the day of. the last page can be a letter from the groom!
"Letters to the Bride" book I made for my best friend's wedding. I had all of Kim's lady loves, family including the men, and lastly a private letter from the groom included. Presented to her the morning of her wedding getting ready (prior to makeup of course!). She loved it!
Maid of Honor Duty: Have each member of the bridal party write a letter to the bride. Scrapbook (with wedding colors) and frame the letters. If you have space leave a spot to add a wedding photo. Give the gift to the bride while she is getting ready on her wedding day. So special!
Maid of Honor: Email the crew and asked them to send in one photo of themselves and the bride, and either answer 5 out of 10 questions sent (like “what’s the funniest thing you’ve ever heard the bride say?” or “What do you like most about the bride’s husband-to-be?” etc…) or gave them the option to just write their own special note to her. What we ended up with was about 30 pages of amazing memories Digitally and also for limiting the photos to one (or two) each got better results
Traditionally, hosting the bridal shower falls on the bride’s maid of honor, who invites friends and relatives of the bride and groom to offer gifts for their home or anything else, according to the couple’s needs. From spontaneous and informal to complex themes and etiquette showers, you can let your imagination fly while planning your bride’s shower.