Making some pieces of your bridal party gifts not only saves you money, but adds an extra personal touch to a meaningful gift. Whether adding monograms, putting together a collection of items or creating something from scratch, your bridal party is sure to appreciate the effort and sentiment behind a thoughtfully made gift.
Check out this stunning piece of history: Commissioned in 1904 by Chester S. Morey with Fisher and Fisher Architects, this graceful mansion on Denver's Capitol Hill was a wedding gift for Morey's daughter, Mary. The property includes over 15,000 square feet of beautifully landscaped grounds and gardens.
It's 2020, and self-care is more important than ever. Ensure that your favorite couple continues to prioritize their mental and physical health by gifting them a diffuser, a blender that they'd never buy for themselves or a set of luxurious cotton robes that will make them feel like they're back on their honeymoon.
Since so many couples are tying the knot later in life, they're generally more focused on saving for their first home than furnishing their rental. Help your lovebirds invest in their future nest by gifting them planters, a gift card or even a tool kit that they can use for every project.