Bridal Club Magazine
In Good Favor
You've always been told that
giving feels just as good as receiving. And since you've received
so much from the day you announced your engagement, it's now time
to show your appreciation toward the guests who will share your
Contrary to popular belief, a wedding favor doesn't have to be
expensive to be enjoyed. But the one thing it should be is
symbolic. So let your imagination go wild for an added personal
touch that your guests will appreciate.
A wedding favor can be almost anything from traditional to
trendy. The best way to select a favor that is right for your
wedding is to determine your budget, number of guests, your theme
and/or style and what you might enjoy receiving yourself. Get
inspired with this round-up of ideas:
Jordan almonds; jelly beans; cookies (especially homemade); custom
monogrammed truffles; mini cupcakes; jars of jam or honey.
Half bottles of champagne or wine; packets of coffee or tea; glass
votives; poker chips; matchbooks; bottle openers or pens.
Lottery tickets; holiday ornaments; CDs of your wedding-day music
or favorite tunes; luggage tags; small potted herbs or a packet of
seeds to plant; sparklers; mini soaps; chic drink coasters.
No matter which of these you choose, we know that your guests
will appreciate the thought you put into your favors as well as the
actual gift you've given them. It's something that they will
remember warmly & something that they can enjoy for months -
and maybe even years - to come!
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