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Wedding favour ideas

Posted by Susan Cramer in Wedding Tips and Advice

Wedding favours are used as a token to thank your guests for sharing your special day with you. These will be used as mementos of your wedding day, so when choosing a wedding favour make sure that it suits the overall theme of your wedding.

Your wedding favour ideas will be determined by the budget you have planned as well as the number of guests you are planning to have. If you are looking for wedding favours that will be kept for years to come then there are some great options that range from magnets to suit the theme of your wedding to elegant bookmarks to candle holders or personalised figurines.

Some of the most popular wedding favour ideas today are

Wedding Favour Ideas

  • Small photo frames
  • Candle holders
  • Bath beads
  • Decorative soaps
  • Decorative candles
  • Potpourri
  • Personalised chocolates
  • Flowers
  • Homemade sweets

When looking for wedding favour ideas, the trick is to keep it personal. This way it is much more likely to be appreciated and treasured by the guests. For example if you are having a beach wedding your wedding favours could be colourful seashells in a little pouch of white netting and tied with a ribbon. If your wedding is themed then the wedding favours could complement that theme, for example if your wedding has a butterfly theme then the wedding favours could be handcrafted butterflies with a magnet attached to them. If your wedding is in autumn and your wedding theme matches the season, then a great wedding favour ideas include candles shaped like autumn leaves, personalised autumn leaf magnets and much more.

Regardless of the wedding favours you choose, as long as you make sure to add a personal touch to them, they will enhance your wedding and be a great token of appreciation to your guests.


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