Long story short I, the bride, missed a conversation when the bridesmaids decided on jewelry. Which is fine I'm not too concerned about what jewelry they wear on the day of. However they decided to buy necklaces which surprised me since I don't have strong feelings on the subject and figured they would wear something they already owned.
I was planning to give them sterling silver necklaces that I designed for each of them, not necessarily for the wedding but more as a thank you. They are relatively simple but a nice piece to wear to work or even casual settings. Anyway now I feel silly because none of them wear a lot of jewelry and now I'm introducing a second necklace.
a) Try to return the necklaces, not sure this is possible since I designed them.
b) Save the necklaces for a different occasion, birthday or christmas, and get something different for the bridesmaids presents
c) Just stick with the original plan to give them the necklaces as the bridesmaids presents
d) none of the above
This may seem unnecessary but I worked on coming up with a present of a few months and now I just feel silly.