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Wedding Favour Ideas You and Your Guests Will Love

Wedding favours may seem like such a trivial thing compared to other elements or aspects of a wedding, but in reality they are quite important. These favours are not merely gifts—they are meant to be tokens of gratitude which the bride and groom offer to those who witnessed and shared the special day with them. Hence, the favours must be special enough to show just how thankful they are to the people who were present in the wedding.

Those who have been a guest to many weddings are familiar with favours such as glasses, candles, coasters, soaps and picture frames. The aforementioned wedding favours are okay, but they have all been given before. If you are planning for your own wedding, why not change things up a bit and offer something different to your guests? They would surely appreciate bringing home something they never got from any other wedding before. Read about the unique wedding favour ideas below and consider them for your own wedding.

Go Practical

The gifts that people appreciate the most are those which are most practical. Instead of giving something that would just accumulate dust in your guest's home, offer them something they can really use but that which would also remind them of you and your significant other's special day. Kitchen essentials such as salt and pepper shakers as well as bottle stoppers are quite popular, but you may also opt for the likes of bottle openers, bottle stoppers, even ice cream scoops. There are many companies online that offer these as favours and they would personalize the items for you.

There are some practical favours that can be used by guests even before they get home. If you have a beach wedding, why not give your guests fans? These favours will help the guests cool down during the ceremony. If you print your wedding's schedule of activities on the fans, the favours will also serve as programs.

Other practical favours your guests will surely love are personalized hand sanitizers and lip balms. These are not only practical—they are basically a necessity. Male and female guests alike need to keep their hands clean and keep their lips from drying.

Offer the Edible Variety

Just like practical wedding favours, edible favours are always a hit with guests. After all, who would not want to get a delicious treat? For edible wedding favours, you do not even have to spend a fortune. Simple and tasty can go a long way. You can give away individually wrapped personalized cookies or brownie squares; just make sure to prepare special packaging. You can also give small candies and put them in neat little boxes or glass jars. If you have more than enough wedding cake, you can also choose to send your guests home with a slice packaged in a special box.

Give Plants or Flowers

One thing you may not know is that you can use your centrepieces or table accessories as wedding favours. Instead of spending a fortune on glass vases, have you and your partner's monogram etched on mason jars and make these the vessel of your centrepieces. Let the guests take both the flower arrangement and jars home. They would surely find the jars to something of use around the house.

Another thing you should consider giving to your guests as favours are plants such as herbs. Rosemary plants in particular are ideal as wedding favours because they symbolize fidelity. The herbs would also come in handy for making dishes in the kitchen. Just choose beautiful pots or at least make ordinary pots appear extraordinary by wrapping them in colourful ribbons or fabrics.

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Article was written by Ericka who writes articles for the Beecraigs Restaurant who are a wedding venue in Scotland Ericka enjoys writing about wedding related subjects.

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