Studio Wed Box Subscription Review – April 2015
Studio Wed Box is a subscription for brides-to-be. They send a mix of things to help you plan and prep for your wedding, favor ideas, etc.
This box was sent to us for review purposes. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes).
The Box: Studio Wed Box
The Cost: $39.99 (only $29.99 a month with annual subscription).
The Products: Full size products and samples to help and inspire you with your wedding.
Make sure to add Studio Wed Box to your subscription list or wishlist!
The box comes with a card detailing the items included, and they also have a promotional card for Newly Wish.
They also included tips for creating a registry.
Naiad Soap Arts Lemon Poppy Seed Sugar Whipped Soap – 2 oz Value $3
I wasn’t sure what sugar whipped soap was – but it turns out it is basically a scrub.
And this one smells exactly like Lemon Poppy Seed!
Paddywax Library Jane Austen Tin Candle – Value $8
Illume Matches – Value $5
I love these Paddywax tin candles! I think I have a few now thanks to subscription boxes, and a gorgeous book of matches is always useful!
Brownlow Gifts Bamboo Cutting Board Gift Set – Value $13
I like when wedding boxes include favors that are actually useful!
Stauer Royal Pear Pendant – Value $29
This piece came with a sticker listing it as “bonus bling.” I’m not sure exactly what to make of it since it isn’t listed on the card and is a pendant piece without a chain, but no complaints for bonus items!
Botanical Bars Lip Balm – Value $3
These two pieces were also listed as bonus items! The Botanical Bars lip balm is a very moisturizing sweet peppermint flavor. (They offer label customization for wedding gifts).
When I saw this card with a charm attached, I first thought they sold charms to give to your bridesmaids – but they actually sell scarves. The charm is just a cute addition to their card. (The coupon included is for 25% off).
Verdict: This box has a retail value of about $61. This is an improvement in value over the last box I reviewed, and I like all the items included – it seems like a good mix of treat yourself items, and ideas for wedding favors.
What do you think of Studio Wed Box?