The Ring Boxes Review #3

It’s hard to believe I’ve already gotten my third box from The Ring Boxes! Our wedding is less than 6 months away at this point, which I also can’t wrap my head around, and this wonderful little monthly reminder is both a happy reminder and a nice surprise. They sometimes send out sneak peeks in emails, but you never know what all is going to come.

For anyone unfamiliar, The Ring Boxes is a bridal subscription box that you can get for either 3, 6, or 12 month options, or go month-to-month. The boxes are cheaper if you do a longer subscription, but only by a few dollars. I personally got my subscription as a gift, so if anyone is considering buying for the bride-to-be, I definitely recommend it! Each month is full of different things, ranging from clothes to face masks to a variety of other items that let the bride-to-be pamper herself a little.

To try out The Ring Boxes, click HERE and get 20% off your first box!

Now, what came in this months box?

 

Oliver LOVES to be with me when we take pictures, if you couldn’t tell.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Similar Robe // Similar Mug // Planner // Sponges // Similar Face mask (also LOVE this one) // Similar PJs Here and Here

I love the mug, and I’m looking forward to trying the face mask. I’ve been using these Say Yes to Tomatoes masks and LOVE them. They have so many different kinds. They make my skin feel great, so we’ll see how they compare. The sponges will be an interesting thing to try as I’ve never used sea sponges but they seem really soft. The planner is probably my favorite. I found the exact one and linked it for you here. It has so much on it, and I am slightly obsessed with checklists. My only real disappointment from this box is that it says the robe is supposed to be silky satin and it’s actually cotton and isn’t very soft.

I haven’t gotten any new sneak peaks at next months box, but I’m excited to see what it brings!

To try out The Ring Boxes, click HERE and get 20% off your first box!

XO,

Dani

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