As many of you know, I’m not just a wedding planner. I’m also a bride-to-be and happily engaged to my amazing fiance, Michael. While we are still figuring out what our own wedding will look like (post-Covid), a friend introduced me to this bridal subscription box and I knew I had to share.

Everyone loves a good subscription box. I personally love getting something in the mail that doesn’t require something from me, but instead exists to make me happy!

So without further ado…

Meet the Miss to Mrs Bridal Box.

The Miss to Mrs Bridal Box is a wedding subscription service with theme-based boxes full of must-have items for every bride-to-be.

Each box is handpicked and filled with stunning bridal accessories, planning tools, apparel, decor ideas, and wedding day essentials.

Depending on the date of the wedding, you can choose the length and the frequency of the subscription — whether the big date is just a few months or still over a year away!

With each box, you’ll receive items relevant to where you’re at in the planning process — so it’s completely customized to you!

What’s Inside?

Miss To Mrs Boxes are packed with full-sized (none of the tiny trinkets you end up throwing away) bridal merch valued over $100 each box.

Every box has been designed with a theme that is tailored to a specific stage of wedding planning journey. It’s like the themed party you spend weeks anticipating and planning your couples outfit for. #guilty

Brides-to-be will get to enjoy exclusive bridal apparel, party essentials, beauty treats, fun bridal swag, as well as many planning tips. Many of the items can be enjoyed even after the wedding!

The specific contents of each Themed Box is a surprise! Their team is constantly working on keeping them up to date and on trends with YOU in mind.

I wish I had that for my wedding day” said no one ever who signed up for the Miss to Mrs box.

One of my favorite parts of these boxes is they are Mrs/Mrs Couple friendly! They carefully curate the content of the boxes and specifically do not include any “Mr” or “Mrs” specific items. Inclusivity – that’s what I’m talking about!

Curious as to what will be included?

Some of the past items received are:

Wedding planning tools: planners, notebooks, vow books, checklists, tips cards
Decor: cake toppers, acrylic table signs
Apparel: kimono robes, bridal t-shirts, hats, tote bags, other bridal swag
Beauty items: necklaces, hairpins, makeup tutorials
Party essentials: balloons, banners, photo-booth props
Lots more exclusive, fun, and useful items to help with planning journey and

So, where do you start?

All brides-to-be who subscribe for 6+ boxes plan will start with “Let’s Plan This” Themed bridal box.

Future themes of your boxes will be tailored to your wedding date to ensure you get the most useful items and tips at the best time in your planning journey.

All plans finish their subscription with a Honeymoon themed bridal box. Bow chicka wow wow!

How does it work?

Step One

Head to Miss to Mrs. Box and choose whether you want to subscribe yourself or send it as a gift (This is SUCH a perfect gift idea).

Use code BOX30 to save 30% off your first box

USE THE CODE BOX30 TO SAVE 30% OFF YOUR FIRST BOX

 

Step Two

Enter the information of the bride-to-be and the wedding day for a customized plan of when to receive/send your boxes. This will depend on the date of the wedding.

 

Step Three

Celebrate and wait on your first box! Don’t stalk your mailman though, ok? Don’t make it weird.

The Goods

You and I both know you’ve been waiting on this information! Use code BOX30 to save 30% off your first box. Don’t wait!

USE THE CODE BOX30 TO SAVE 30% OFF YOUR FIRST BOX

If 2020 were a wedding it would be the wedding from Father of the Bride circa 1991. Which is why we need all the help we can get to make our wedding planning process a little easier and a lot more fun!

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