For bridal shower and wedding gifts, you may want to go off script a little bit. In my day registering was all about china and flatware, but my favorite thing is to get the couple things that are useful and practical. I believe I have a wonderful solution for the perfect bridal shower gift idea via Grove Collaborative!
This post is done in partnership with Grove Collaborative, which I wholeheartedly believe in – my mom does, too! Affiliate links are scattered throughout. I promise I genuinely love their company, the products, and the excitement of receiving useful household supplies each month. You will too!
It’s that time of year! You may be headed to a bridal shower or wedding, which means thoughtful gifts. I’m so excited to share with you some of my favorite products for gifting to give a fresh start to the home of the soon-to-be weds (or newlyweds!).
One thing I was so excited about when I got married was setting up our first place together. Our apartment encompassed the first floor of a historic home in the city where we still reside. I had so much fun getting everything placed “just so” into kitchen cabinets and our pantry. I also wanted to give our abode a fresh, clean start as I pictured myself baking and creating a sense of home for our new little family of two.
I think most couples feel the same way.
Enter Grove Collaborative.
I’ve long been a fan of brands like Mrs. Meyer’s, Seventh Generation and Method due to the fact that they clean so well and aren’t filled with chemicals. I actually stumbled upon Grove Collaborative a while back, and I fell in love with their service and their prices. It’s nice to be able to order products online and have them delivered to your door (especially when they are heavy like laundry soap). And Grove also has a subscription plan where you can place items on reorder or pick new ones before your shipment goes out.
What a FUN bridal shower gift idea!
A bride-to-be would be delighted to receive these products! Whether you are attending the shower and want gifts shipped to you or want them shipped directly to the bride, let me tell you about the perfect bridal shower gift idea that Grove Collaborative has in store featuring the products of Mrs. Meyer’s.
Note: This offer has expired, but click for other offers!
Spring is definitely in the air, and Mrs. Meyer’s has three limited-edition scents to choose from this season: mint, lilac and peony. I adore that the scents are not chemical based and add a fresh, garden vibe to create a homey environment.
And best of all: these scents are FREE from Grove Collaborative when you place your first order of $20 using my referral link here (the bride never has to know, it’s our secret!).
Here’s what you’ll get:
- Mrs. Meyer’s spring hand soap (FREE – your choice of scent)
- Mrs. Meyer’s spring dish soap (FREE – your choice of scent)
- Mrs. Meyer’s spring multi-surface spray (FREE – your choice of scent)
- Grove Collaborative spring kitchen towel (new in cornflower blue color, pictured in photos)
- FREE Shipping & 60 Day VIP Trial
(If you are an existing customer, the gift is FREE Grove Collaborative walnut scrubber sponges, which are perfect for deep down spring cleaning.)
Can you imagine how lovely all of that would look in a gift basket?
The bride-to-be will enjoy everything and not have any idea that you took advantage of an amazing offer from Grove. You can choose to gift her a subscription, or give a lovely, practical set of items that you can feel good about giving!
I’ll also let you in on a secret!
With the new spring scents (mint, lilac and peony) the peony is actually my favorite. We had peonies in our backyard when I was growing up, and they are so fragrant! Although, the lilac and mint are divine, too. I order them ALL.
I know we didn’t talk a lot about you…
…but these are wonderful to use in your own home. You may be hosting the bridal shower or having overnight guests near the wedding in your own home. They’re fun for any sprucing up you may need to do. Happy cleaning!
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