If you're getting married in Las Vegas or are having a Las Vegas-themed wedding, tie in the theme with all aspects of the wedding, including the wedding favours. Typically placed at the table setting, these favours help add to the decor and atmosphere of the wedding. Wedding favours also can be handed out to guests at the end of the wedding, as a thank you for coming and celebrating with you. Las Vegas-themed weddings offer a lot of fun and unique choices for favours.
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Candy or Chocolate Dice
Dice is an iconic symbol of Las Vegas. Treat your guests to candy or chocolates shaped like dice. Consider hard candies, fudge, or milk, dark or semisweet chocolate. Add your personal touch by packaging these in a box. Print ribbons with the bride and groom's names and wedding date on them, then tie on around each box of dice. Place these favours at each guests' seat--they are small and tie in with the theme, while not distracting from other decor at the table.
Chocolate Poker Chips
Poker is a primary activity for Las Vegas visitors. Consider handing out chocolate poker chips to your guests. These are simply chocolate circles wrapped in foil to make them look like poker chips. Use these poker chips to play a common wedding game during the wedding speeches. First, get these made in different colours, worth different amounts, and place an equal amount of each colour at each guest's seat. Encourage guests to use the chocolate poker chips to bet with each other on the length of the groom's speech, the number of times people are thanked during the speeches, and the total length of time for all the speeches.
Personalised Playing Cards
Playing cards are another icon of Las Vegas. Get regular or minisized decks of cards printed with the bride, groom, wedding date and location printed on them. Then, every time guests use these after the wedding, they'll think of the memorable time they had. Consider including a small photo of the bridge and groom on some of the cards, like all Jacks. Place these favours at the table setting of each guest. Consider using green tablecloths to help the tables look like actual poker tables.
Personalised Shot Glass/Votive Candle Holder
Another personalised item that many guests might enjoy would be either a personalised shot glass or votive candle. The good news is the same item works for both. Get the bridge, groom, wedding date and wedding location printing on small shot glasses, which can also be used as votive candles. If there's room, include an image of dice or poker chips on the glass. Place one of these favours at each table setting. Consider decorating the table with some by placing votive candles in the glass holders.
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