It’s time to pop another important question. Send a wedding party request card that makes “Will you be my bridesmaid?” an irresistible query. Use elegant calligraphy or a few floral arrangements to ask your big question with the prettiest please possible. You’ll also find designs that preview your future attendants’ rosy bridesmaids’ dresses and high heels. (We won’t hold you to that color palette, though.) Brides who’d rather concentrate on their own altar essentials can choose cards with cheeky wedding checklists—classic “old, new, borrowed, and blue” or a packing list that includes a dose of modern medicine to take the edge off. You can include a designer accessory in that list, too, with cute “Will you be my bridesmaid?” cards from kate spade new york. We haven’t forgotten about the grooms-to-be—invite your best man and accompanying groomsmen to join you in the celebrations with cards featuring sharp suiting and leather brogues worthy of your Rat Pack.
Of course, sometimes you aren’t just asking a whole army to join you—just the general. For those occasions, you’ll also find “will you be my chief bridesmaid” cards for your future maid-of-honor. (Or dishonor, if the bachelorette party goes right.) A custom will you be my bridesmaid card can handle any kind of party plan you throw at it—so don’t feel hemmed into any “traditional” arrangement of maids and matrons.
Style your card exactly as you wish. Use the online design tool to choose new fonts and colors for your card’s wording and a new backdrop and envelope liner to make an elegant arrival. Your “Will you be my bridesmaid?” card includes a digital reply card to make responding simple—your guests can respond via email or on their mobile devices, and you’ll be as well-equipped to receive the good news.
Assembling your wedding party is an early duty in your wedding timeline and just one task our cards make effortless. Browse designs for every event in your wedding weekend—save the dates, wedding invitations, bridal shower invitations, and bachelorette party invitations—and address collection cards to make sure every piece of wedding mail finds its intended recipient, whether it’s the invitations themselves or any thank you notes you’ll need to send in the next few months. (And while we don’t wish you hard labor, we wish you enough gifts to necessitate a ream of thank yous.)