The very tradition of wedding favours began as a small token of appreciation from the Bride and Groom to their guests and whilst times have moved on the from the traditional sugared almonds, finding the perfect gift that will be loved by all and fit with the style of your day is another thing to think about! So…we’ve made it EASY with 9 thoughtful examples from our REAL weddings to inspire a bit of creativity?!
For the littlest guests
If you are expecting a number of little guests at your wedding reception, consider putting together some cute party boxes – a great way to keep them entertained and they will love having their own individual box! Fill with notebooks, sweet treats, toys, lego and just about anything that you would a party bag.
For the grown ups
And for the grown ups… if all goes to plan and your reception is fully enjoyed we predict that alot of your guests may be greatful of a few remedial supplies like this genius Hangover kit!
Grown up Pass the Parcel
If a whimsical fun party theme is the focus of your day, why not treat your guests to some good old traditional party games that everyone will know and love! Fill with a mix of edible treats and items that will remind your guest of your special day.
Favours can be as simple as this wedding favour and why not – who doesn’t love chocolate. Presented in a pretty painted cup and saucer with a whimsical wonderland reference, your guest is transported and at the same time your table decor looks the part!
What better way to reminisce the day than with a record of your favourite music played o your wedding day!
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Make a difference
We see more and more couples opt instead to donate the money they would have spent on favours to a charity on behalf of their guests!
Inspire the gardeners amongst your friends and family by packaging a pick and mix of various fruit or veg varieties to represent the beginning of a new venture! Perfect favours during the spring, summer and autumn months!
A personal favourite
If you and/or your partner have a particular passion, hobby or favourite object – replicate that and share that with your guests as a token with the intention of passing on new knowledge! Give the groom’s choice to the men and the Bride’s item to the women.