Wedding favours are small gifts given to the guests from the bride and groom as a token of their gratitude and appreciation after the wedding ceremony. These favours are a way of thanking the guests for being a part of their wedding. Wedding favours can be edible stuff such as chocolates or candies, or other functional things such as a customised silk paper fans or a napkin. You can also make the wedding favours yourself at home according to your wedding theme.
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Beach Wedding Favors
If you are having a beach wedding, personalised beach wedding favours for your guests will help highlight your theme. Personalised seashells with the name of the bride and groom or a love quote on them is a very innovative wedding favour. Starfish bottle openers, seashell tea light candles and personalised sunscreen lotion bottles also make good and functional wedding favours. Flip-flop coasters and personalised stand-less wine glasses with coloured paper parasols can also be used as wedding gifts for guests.
Edible Wedding Favors
Edible wedding favours and tasty treats will definitely cheer up the wedding crowd. If you wish to offer something that won't be left back on the tables after the function, then you should plan edible wedding favours. Personalised cookies wrapped beautifully in boxes with ribbons around them are the perfect wedding favour. Lollipops, jelly bean bags, nuts, mint candies, custom fortune cookies and chocolate bars are some of very happening wedding favours which can be personalised according to the theme.
Garden Wedding Favors
If you are having the classic garden wedding, there are many garden wedding favours to choose from. One idea is miniature plant pots painted in white with personalised engravings on them. Mini lucky bamboo plants in pots, a bird's nest, a box of flowers and mini watering cans can be some of the wedding favour ideas for a garden wedding. For more functional favour, plant-shaped card holders and mini lanterns can also be given. Green coloured napkins, which can be used by guests to write in as a guest book, are also an innovative wedding favour idea. They can be customised with the bride and groom's name along with the date.
Homemade Wedding Favors
If you don't want to spend too much on wedding favours, or you are having a budget wedding, you can easily make them at home with little creativity and help. Homemade favours add a sense of warmth to your wedding function. Homemade cookies, personalised with nuts and mints in small paper bag wrapped with ribbons around it is an excellent idea. You can use boxes by covering them with patterned cloth and ribbon and put in a candy as a wedding favour. Cupcakes and handmade candles decorated with glitter are also an idea. You can highlight the theme colour of your wedding by using the same coloured ribbons, cloth and candles.
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