Hi, loves! Holy smokes, we’re so excited to kick off this brand new week. Not only is this the official start of the holiday season with Thanksgiving on Thursday, but we have some seriously awesome posts lined up for you! Let’s begin, shall we? When we spotted Weddings Etc‘s collection of cake charms for bridesmaids (not to mention this adorable ‘I Love My Bridesmaids’ cake banner), we knew we had to share them in the form of a giveaway! Thanks to Melissa, owner and designer, one lucky winner will receive a set of six cake charms for bridesmaids to pull and reveal their fortune. Find out how these cake charms work, see how lovely they look, and toss your name in the hat for a chance to win! Enjoy!
Cake Charms for Bridesmaids
First, let’s talk about how these cake charms work. In the days of old, these sterling silver charms were placed in the wedding cake. Each bridesmaid (or flower girl) pulls a ribbon attached to a charm and and an envelope with a quote inside. Next to marry? Next to have a baby? Pull the ribbon and find out…
While the tradition uses the wedding cake to pull the charms, we recommend using a special ‘bridesmaid’ cake at your bridal shower or bachelorette party. Top with this pretty cake banner (also by Weddings Etc).
The charms make a beautiful gift for each attendant and are the perfect fit for a charm bracelet.
Cake Charms for Bridesmaids Giveaway!
Enter for a chance to win a set of six cake charms for bridesmaids! Between 11/25-12/1/13 (11:59pm EST), enter for a chance to win a set of six cake charms by Weddings Etc. Use entry form below to enter. Prize value: $66. No cash value. Winner will be randomly selected and win six cake charms with free shipping included to the U.S. only. Additional charms are available for purchase if the wedding party is larger than 6. Past giveaway winners within 30 days not eligible to win. No purchase necessary. Winner will be announced on 12/2 on this blog post; winner will be contacted via email and must respond within 72 hours. Prize must be ‘ordered’ within 6 months. Good luck!
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