You've finally found your perfect catch and are hosting a fish-themed wedding to celebrate your union. Incorporating fish-inspired party favours is one way to include guests in the festivities. From fish-shaped food to living aquatic creatures, there are a variety of favours to keep the wedding's fish theme swimming.
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Live fish swimming in a bowl will not only create an eye-catching centrepiece, but they'll also be a great favour for guests to take home after the wedding. Pick a type of fish to feature in the bowls, such as a classic goldfish or colourful beta fish. Fill a bowl or vase with enough water for it to safely swim in during the wedding. After the event, invite guests to take their centrepiece, fish included, home. Because you're working with living creatures, assign someone to keep an eye on the fish and take home any that aren't collected by guests.
There are a sea of plastic toys shaped like fish to give as a favour to guests. A variety of websites offer these items in bulk, including the Oriental Trading. This site features many fish toys, including the Fun Squeeze Fish Squirts. These colourful plastic fish are little water pistols ready to spit out some water. Fish bubble bottles, fish key chains and mini inflatable fish are a few more of the aqua-inspired gifts available that are small enough to be placed at each guest's seat during the wedding.
Give your guests some themed snacks by offering fish-shaped food at your fish wedding. Use a cookie cutter to create fish cookies or make cupcakes with a fish drawn in icing on top. You can also purchase foods already shaped like fish, such as Goldfish Baked Snack Crackers or Swedish Fish. Further the fish theme by tying up the treats in small nets, or put them in inflated plastic bags to look like they're coming home from the pet store.
Message in a Bottle
Many fish may have seen a message in a bottle float by--which can be one party favour for your guests at a fish-themed wedding. Buy small bottles from a craft store. Then jot down notes on pieces of paper, including your name and wedding date, to roll up and slip in the bottles. Some websites sell personalised bottles, including Favor Favor. Their message in a bottle favours include a personalised label to stick on each bottle, as well as a cork to seal a note inside.
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