How I planned the MOH proposal box
A wedding is a once in a lifetime (sometimes) experience, and who you invite to stand with you can be incredibly important. With that in mind, I wanted to make my maid of honor proposal box memorable and a representation of me and my relationship with my best friend.
What’s in the proposal box
Since I planned on *investing* in my proposal box, I wanted to ensure that the contents would actually be usable. Rather than purchasing cute but frivolous items, I sought out coordinated items that I knew my best friend would truly love.
The container was honestly the first thing I needed to find. I knew I would need to plan the contents around the capacity of the container. SO, I got inspiration on Amazon and found the perfect glass and wood box. The holographic monogram from Etsy perfectly tied the theme together.
Items in the proposal box
Luckily for me, I was able to pick up exactly what I was looking for with holographic accents at Sephora and Riley Rose! My best friend and I both live in Florida, however, we live about three hours apart. So, I wanted to create somewhat of a mini spa experience since I can’t always be there to go to the spa together.
Takeaways from creating a maid of honor proposal box
Don’t feel like you have to spend a fortune. I started with finding some of the staples in neutral colors, then made sure to find just a few holographic items to go with the theme. Most importantly, have fun! Use your creativity to make something that represents your relationship with your friend. I hope my maid of honor proposal box inspires your creative spirit!