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The Bride Box
Ships To: United States and Canada.
Coupon Code: Use code “REFERFRIENDS” to save $5 off your first box.
The Bride Box, who sent me this box to review, is a monthly subscription box for, you guessed it, brides! It contains fun full-sized gifts, samples, and more and is catered specifically to brides who are in the wedding planning process.
The Bride Box ships via USPS Priority Mail and took just a few days to arrive.
The Bride Box always uses the same size boxes, so sometimes they look more full than other months.
The October 2015 The Bride Box included the following items:
~Down in the Boondocks “Wifey” Box ($6): We usually receive trinket trays or ring dishes in boxes so I love the uniqueness of this ring box. It seems so special to open it up every morning and see your new engagement ring in it!
~Susan Newberry Designs “Happiness Is..” Print ($10): I love the font on this print and it’s totally true too. You gotta make sure the person you marry is your best friend!
~Le Papier Studio Coasters ($18): Le Papier Studios makes custom coasters and also stocks beautiful multipurpose coasters like these. They’d work for a wedding or an anniversary party and are beautifully made.
~Gettin Gussied Up “Bride” Hair Tie Set ($3.25): Love! One of my good friends is getting married next summer and I have been sending his fiance some of the items I get in The Bride Box. These will be perfect! As much as I love them they’d be more appropriate for her.
~Zaaina Skincare Soap ($6.75): This soap smells beautiful! And what’s cool is that this company makes custom soap wedding favors. I can’t say that I have ever received a soap as a wedding favor and I think it would be awesome!
~Tip Card: This month’s tip card included ideas for what to do with your dress after your wedding! The suggestions include turning it into lingerie, boxing it, displaying it, “trashing” it, donating it or selling it. What’d you do with your dress?
All totaled I came up with a value of $44 for the November 2015 The Bride Box. I loved this month’s box and felt like it had the right combination of ideas for your wedding as well as useful items for now!
What do you think of The Bride Box? Are you getting married soon? If so and you are interested in subscribing or just want to learn more, click here and use code “REFERFRIENDS” to save $5 off your box.