Ask The Experts: 8 Perfect Gift Ideas for Your Bridesmaids

Bridesmaids play an essential role in making a wedding day special. These friends have been there for you since the wedding planning began. They have offered support, both emotionally and logistically, and have shared in your excitement throughout every step.

To return the favour and show your bridesmaids how much you appreciate them, consider giving them a gift that they can cherish in the future. Keep reading to see 8 wedding gift ideas for bridesmaids that will touch the hearts of your friends.

8 Gift Ideas for Bridesmaids

photo by Briana Nolan – full wedding here 

Beauty or Spa Treatments

Do some quick research on the best spas in the area where each of your bridesmaids live and see if you can purchase a gift package for them. This is the perfect gift for unwinding after a jam-packed wedding season.

Customized Tote Bags

Personalize tote bags with the initials or names of your bridesmaids and fill each bag with wedding day essentials. Items included in the bag could be things like a mirror, tissues, comfy clothes for the day after, or anything else you’d like!

photo by Gregg Kmita Photography – full wedding here

Weekend Getaway

If you can afford it, work a weekend getaway for you and your bridesmaids into your wedding budget. This is especially feasible if you’re not having a bachelorette party. Instead of partying in Miami, try relaxing in Joshua Tree!
Tanzanite Bracelet
Embodying elegance and sophistication with its beautiful blue-violet shade, a Tanzanite bracelet is an ideal present for your bridesmaid. This unique gem adds a timeless and graceful element to any outfit. Additionally, the stone is thought to bring harmony and positive energy, making it a meaningful expression of gratitude for your bridesmaid’s unwavering support and friendship during your wedding preparations. Getting a Tanzanite bracelet enhances your style with its distinct color and becomes a cherished reminder of the special connection you and your bridesmaid share on your significant day.


Handwritten and Thoughtful Letter

If a weekend getaway is not possible, go with a classic handwritten note. Spend some time to really think about what you want to say and make each note specific to the recipient. Put your note on some high quality paper and there you have an inexpensive bridesmaid gift that will touch hearts.

photo by Shane Webber Photography  – full wedding here

Photo Album

Do some photo gathering of you and your bridesmaids to put together a personalized photo album. These photo albums can include pictures from the entire length of your friendships, from your bachelorette party, or both!

Personalized Pyjamas or Robes

One of the most fun times you’ll have with your bridesmaids is while getting ready for your big day. To commemorate that time, gift your bridesmaids with personalized pyjama sets or robes that can be worn while getting ready (or while winding down after the wedding). Not only will these increase the comfort level of everyone, but it’s also fun to have a sense of unity with everyone wearing a matching outfit.

photo by Lighthouse Photography – full wedding here

Customized Champagne Flutes or Wine Glasses

Weddings and wine and/or champagne go together like peanut butter and jelly. Memorialize your big day by gifting your bridesmaids custom wine glasses and/or champagne flutes that they can use on the day, and also keep when they return home!

New Engraved Watch

One of the most thoughtful and actually useful bridesmaids gifts you can give is a watch with a custom engraving on the back. Pick a watch model and color specific to each bridesmaids, and use your wedding hashtag, an inside joke, or something more personal as the engraving for each watch. Few gift ideas can beat a bridesmaid gift watch that will actually be worn and used for years after it’s been given.

photo by  Shelly Pate Photography – full wedding here 






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