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The Best DIY Beauty Products That Double as Bridesmaid Gifts

The Best DIY Beauty Products That Double as Bridesmaid Gifts

You don’t need to be a DIY pro to make fantastic bridesmaid gifts. We’ve got you covered with these 11 DIY beauty products to make for your favorite ladies.


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Vanilla Latte Lotion Bars by The Makeup Dummy

Vanilla Latte Lotion Bars

For all the coffee lovers in your life, these DIY lotion bars are perfectly appropriate gifts. Using cocoa butter, coffee beans and Shea butter, these will leave skin feeling refreshed for your big day.

Chai Sugar Scrub Bars by With Lovely

Chai Sugar Scrub Bars

If you’re a tea enthusiast, use what you have in your kitchen for these simple DIY beauty products. Mold these chai infused scrub bars into any design you’d like and wrap them in pretty tins for your bridesmaids.

Grapefruit Mint Poppyseed Bars by A Beautiful Mess

Grapefruit Mint Poppyseed Bars

Making your own soap may seem intimidating but this DIY is easier than you may think. For the sake of your time and budget you can use goat’s milk melt-and-pour soap bases found at your local craft store. These bases also preserve fresh ingredients, which makes these grapefruit-infused products last a long time. This is a guaranteed recipe for success your bridesmaids will love – get instructions for the full project here.

DIY Honey Lavender Bath Melts by Our Holly Days

Honey Lavender Bath Melts

While bath bombs can dissolve pretty quickly, your bridesmaids will love using this DIY gift again and again. The combination of honey and lavender will help them relax leading up to the wedding all while helping skin retain moisture for the long term.

Eucalyptus Sugar Scrub by Dixie Crystals

Eucalyptus Sugar Scrub

Not only does eucalyptus make a beautiful addition to wedding flowers, it provides plenty of health and beauty benefits too. For sick days or spa days, this DIY sugar scrub is great for moisturizing skin while making it easier to breathe, too.

Rosewater & Pink Clay Soap Bars by Hello Glow

Rosewater & Pink Clay Soap Bars

This pretty bridesmaid gift idea incorporates another classic wedding flower. Made with rosy pink ingredients, this DIY beauty bar can be used as either a body soap or a facial cleanser.

Rose Hibiscus Body Butter by Poppytalk

Rose Hibiscus Whipped Body Butter

Cue the body butter to add to the list of floral-infused DIY beauty products. Inspired by classic Valentine’s Day roses, this recipe is sweet and simple to make.

Pumpkin Spice Macaron Bath Bombs by Elle Sees

Pumpkin Spice Macaron Bath Bombs

There’s nothing more fitting for fall than pumpkin spice and these bath bombs are no exception. While they’re unfortunately not treats to be consumed with coffee, these gifts can be enjoyed at any time of year. Keep in mind that this DIY requires a little more patience than some of these projects, but your ladies will appreciate the extra effort you put into their favorite fall treat.

Mason Jar Nail Kit by The Soa Brand

Mason Jar Beauty Kit

Maybe your wedding planning sched doesn’t give you much time to craft that DIY you’ve been dying to try – not to worry! These DIY beauty products are easy to gather and personalize for each of your favorite ladies. Fill some mason jars with everything from manicure sets and nail polish to quotes and even pictures of your best memories together. Your friends will love the thought you put into this idea.

Cozy Slippers Gift Idea by Pretty Providence

Cozy Slippers Beauty Kit

As an alternative to mason jars, use comfy slippers to include all the necessities for an at-home spa day. Don’t forget the face masks and of course, chocolate.

Champagne Beauty Mask by Career Girl Daily

Champagne Beauty Mask

You’d probably never guess this recipe only requires three ingredients! Use this champagne infused face mask to fill mason jars for unbelievably easy DIY gifts. As a bonus? Pair each jar with a bottle of bubbly for your bridesmaids to kick back and relax before (and after) the wedding festivities.

Or, try making one of these DIY face masks to give to them instead (just don’t forget the champagne).