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Ways to Say Thanks

While fun, being a bridesmaid can come with loads of responsibilities. They’ve helped you in planning your perfect day so show them your gratitude with these fabulous finds.

This lovely clutch can hold all of the wedding day necessities your bridesmaids need. Find different styles that coordinate with their ensembles at
Caroline & Company, 113 Arnould Blvd., Lafayette. (337)984-3263. carolineandco.com
 

Grab an assortment of Karmacaron’s vegan and gluten free macarons at Indulge,
1921 Kaliste Saloom Rd., Ste. 111, Lafayette. (337)534-8700. indulgesweetspot.com & karmacarons.com
 

Let the sound of the cork leaving this bottle of Pommery Pink POP Rose conjure up party-time spirits for your bridesmaids.
World Market, 3615 Ambassador Caffery Pkwy., Lafayette. (337)216-1544. worldmarket.com
 

This delicate handkerchief is a timeless way to say thank you. Have them monogrammed or personalized in a way that keeps the memories of your friendship alive for years to come. Caroline & Company
 

Lollia’s newest fragrance, Dream, is a combination of linden, white tea, bergamot and honeysuckle.
This sweet scent, in a beautifully designed bottle, can be found at Caroline & Company
 

Give them jewelry they will still want to wear after the festivities are over. This prasiolite set in gold is made locally and there are many styles and stones to match your bridal party’s attire. Laalee Jewelry can be found at Caroline & Company
 


 

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