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The Bride Box Subscription Review + Coupon – February 2017

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The Bride Box is a monthly subscription box for brides delivered straight to your doorstep. Let us help you plan, prepare & pamper yourself for the big day!”

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The Subscription Box: The Bride Box

The Cost: $35.00 a month, with discounts available for longer subscriptions. Free shipping to the U.S.

COUPON: Use code msa5 to save $5 off your first monthly box!

The Products: “Every month, we will curate an exciting monthly box filled with fun full-sized gifts, samples, and more catered specifically to brides, which we will deliver to your door.”

Ships to: The United States and Canada

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Bride-Box-February-2017-Info-Card

The Bride Box always includes a one sided info card with details about the items in your box.

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This month, The Bride Box also included an info card with 5 free non-wedding apps for your phone and suggestions on how to use them for wedding planning.

Bride-Box-February-2017-Bonus

Confetti+Bows Cupcake Toppers – Value $6.66

New subscribers for the month of February received these cupcake toppers from the December box. They are crafted from laser-cut birch wood. I think they are adorable!

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All She Wrote Notes Can Coolers – Total Value $10.00

The Bride Box included two can coolers this month. One says “the Bride” and the other says “the Groom.” The bride can cooler is gold and glittery, while the grooms is just plain white. I think these are cute but I don’t think I’ve ever used a can cooler in my life. Are these a thing, and I just don’t know about it? The Bride Box suggests taking these on your beach honeymoon to keep your drinks cool. 

Bride-Box-February-2017-Socks

Aisle Always Love Socks – Value $10.00

These socks come with a label on them for your groom, groomsmen, best man, or usher. This particular pair is for the groom and it says: “True Love is like a pair of socks. They’ve got to match and you’ve got to have two. I’m so happy that I’ve got you.” It’s a little cheesy, but I can see it being a cute gift!

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The Coin Laundry Just Married Tea Towel – Value $12.00

This kitchen towel is 100% cotton and very large. The dimensions are 28 x 29 inches – massive for any kitchen towel! I love the feel of this towel and find that it’s pretty absorbent. The Coin Laundry has so many cute designs, I might just have to buy a few for gifts (and myself)!

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Spongelle – You Have My Heart on a String – Value $15.00

I love Spongelle sponges, so I was really excited to see this one in my box! This particular sponge has a rose scent, which is totally fitting and it will work for 14+ uses. I always find that my sponges last longer than they’re anticipated to – I don’t let it sit under running water and I hang it to dry. This sponge is also infused with olive oil to be super moisturizing.

Mrs. Keychain by Custom Hemp Treasures – Value $13.00

This keychain is made from stainless steel and has the word Mrs. embossed on it. It also has a tiny heart underneath the Mrs. The edges feel a bit sharp on this keychain, so I would be cautious when using it – I always seem to find a way to cut myself on things that aren’t supposed to be sharp, so maybe it’s just paranoia. You can buy a matching Mr. keychain from Custom Hemp Treasures as well!

Verdict: This month’s box seemed like a nice mix between practical and fun. The value this month is higher than normal, at around $60.00 without the new subscriber bonus, and about $67 with the bonus. I really liked most of the items included with the exception of the can coolers. I think this is one of the better boxes I’ve seen from The Bride Box lately!

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Written by Bekki Menzies

Bekki Menzies

Bekki first discovered subscription boxes in 2014 and they quickly took over her life! (Not quite, but pretty close.) She started with POPSUGAR Must Have, then moved to Little Lace Box, Birchbox, Hamptons Lane…the rest was history. Her favorite product find is Beekman 1802 Fudge (so, so good) and her favorite boxes are Birchbox and Hamptons Lane…but she’s always looking for a new subscription to try!

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6 Comments

  1. Thank you all! It’s good to know they’ll be useful for someone other than myself. I don’t often drink from cans, so that’s probably why I have never used them!

  2. Koozies are SO big in the south. At almost every wedding I’ve been to koozies have been the favors. And at a lot of events there are promotional ones given out. I’m pretty sure most houses down here have at least three buckets full of koozies…and sometimes we still buy them because we find funnier or cuter ones. Most of my friends will use them when drinking a beer hanging out at home-no party needed to use a koozie! It was never a “thing” when I lived in New Jersey though. At least not my area

  3. Popular in the northeast too… my friend had custom Koozies made for his wedding as favors too!

  4. Big in KS too and yes people carry there own into the bar.

  5. Koozies are popular in the Ohio / Indiana / Michigan too – I especially like bottle koozies since I don’t drink from cans very often anymore. I have friends who carry one in the purse at all times, and one time we had a bunch custom made in bulk to use for my friends bachelorette party in Vegas and handed out a bunch to strangers. 🙂

    What’s not to like about a product that keeps your drink cold and your hands warm? Sometimes I’ll also use them with a plastic water bottle if it’s been sitting in ice in a cooler – at a grill out or something.

  6. The can coolers are called “koozies” and are very popular in the south. In fact, my cousin had a custom printed koozie as her favor at her wedding.

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