More practical items (the bath bomb is great) less trinkets (jewelry, mugs, etc). Honestly, it wouldn’t need to be much! 2-3 items would be plenty. If you’re going with spa theme: Pacifica facial sheet mask, a split of Prosecco or Champagne, the bath bomb.
Other ideas: Burt’s Bees peppermint lip balm, soft fuzzy socks, mini scented candle.
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They loved it all! i think it just depends on your group of girls. Mine were all super non feminine and loveeeee coffee hence the coffee mugs and no beauty supplies! just know your girls!
For my girls I got them robes and totes with their names on them. Tylenol, makeup wipes (they all love to use mine when they’re over so this excited them). I also got them something more personal. I got wine that I know they specifically liked. I also got them a coffee cup from target, ones with sayings that made me think of them. I liked the personal gifts because it’s nice knowing the bride make it a little more special than group ordering things.
I got mine a tote, shirt, bath salts, face masks,compact mirror, lotion, socks, jewelry ,gift cards, etc but I split them up after each event such as some for hosting my bachelorette some for hosting my shower and some for the night before at rehearsal
I love being gifted: nice to go coffee mugs, good quality cotton robes or fuzzy slippers, comfy socks, gift cards for spas/nails/coffee/restaurants, or having the bride pay for something I'd normally pay for (my dress or hotel or hair & makeup).
I'm giving my girls the following things in a tote:
Pajamas for getting ready pictures, earrings that match the bridesmaid dresses, a makeup pouch, compact mirror, face masks, a pair of socks, Pinch emergency kit, luggage tag, a candle with there zodiac sign on it, and a personalized wine tumbler.
We've been engaged since December 2018 so I've slowly collecting gifts from after holiday sales and clearance.