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Maid Service: Bridesmaid Fashion Cards
How not to be a bridezilla? Pick something your bridesmaids really can wear again, then list the details on a handy card. Download our template, type in contact info, and print onto card stock. Write in other details, and add fabric swatches and images. Use a rotary cutter with a perforating blade to create a tear-off card that can be tucked into a wallet for easy reference.

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Maid Service: Bridesmaid Fashion Cards

How not to be a bridezilla? Pick something your bridesmaids really can wear again, then list the details on a handy card. Download our template, type in contact info, and print onto card stock. Write in other details, and add fabric swatches and images. Use a rotary cutter with a perforating blade to create a tear-off card that can be tucked into a wallet for easy reference.

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The Gift of Gabardine
Now there’s a way your bridesmaids can make sure their dresses really are worn again. The nonprofit Illinois-based Glass Slipper Project collects formal dresses and accessories and distributes them to disadvantaged girls to wear to their proms. Similar programs can be found in many states; look online to learn more on how to donate your gently used wedding attire. Dress by J.Crew.

The Gift of Gabardine

Now there’s a way your bridesmaids can make sure their dresses really are worn again. The nonprofit Illinois-based Glass Slipper Project collects formal dresses and accessories and distributes them to disadvantaged girls to wear to their proms. Similar programs can be found in many states; look online to learn more on how to donate your gently used wedding attire. Dress by J.Crew.

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