Wedding Favor Tag Ideas

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Wedding Favor Tag Ideas
Wedding favour tags can double as place cards. (gift tag image by Karin Lau from

When you are designing wedding favours, the tag can be the finishing touch. Depending on the type of favour you use, the tag might act as a place card, provide a story about the couple or complement the decor of the room. As you plan, consider ways you can use the favour tag to add an extra personal touch that will be meaningful and memorable for your guests.

Recipe Card

If you are handing out edible wedding favours, use the favour tag as a recipe card. For a spice mix, for example, you might list possible uses. With baked goods, include a list of ingredients to ensure that guests can measure the food against their individual dietary restrictions and preferences. Add special notes to the cards that explain your favourite uses of the wedding favour to create a personal connection between you, the guest and the favour.

Photo Tag

To give guests an extra token from your wedding, make photo favour tags. Choose a selection of photos that represent your journey as a couple, or use your engagement photos. Depending on your budget, you might have the photos turned into magnets with small holes punched in the top for a ribbon, or simply print them out and glue to decorative craft paper. Attach photo tags to any type of favours, from boxed items to small ornaments. Guests can keep the photo as a reminder of the day and the event.

The Story of Us

When you are hosting a wedding for guests who do not know you well as a couple, add extra meaning to the wedding by using favour tags that give a back story. On one side of the tag, use a monogram, photo, or design; on the other side, include a short, printed anecdote. You might choose the story of how you met, your first date, an unexpected proposal, or upcoming plans for the marriage. Make sure that there is a different story for each person at the table so guests can compare stories over dinner and drinks.

Place Cards

If you will be seating guests in specific places at your wedding reception, you can use favour tags that double as place cards. On one side of the tag, print a special message, the date of the event, a verse about love, or a special quote; on the other, print the name of the guest, making sure that the text is large enough to read easily. Attach the tag to the favour with the name side facing up and place at each setting.

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