While a wedding is about two people celebrating the love they’ve found together, it’s nice to make guests feel as though they’re appreciated for taking part in such a special moment. That’s where a thoughtful wedding favour comes into play. Favours don’t have to cost a lot of money to be special, and they can be simple. Candy bars and Smarties with your photo on them are super cute, but here are some more unique wedding favour ideas (courtesy of Pinterest) to keep in mind if you are looking for something different.
DIY Hot Cocoa
Get your bridesmaids together with some food and drinks and put together these adorable mason jars with all the ingredients for a cup of hot cocoa! This would be a lovely idea for a winter wedding. The Bailey’s bottle is optional, and could always be replaced with a small bottle of chocolate sauce for the kiddies.
Succulents are very low-maintenance plants that are growing in popularity lately. Take a trip to your local home and garden store (or an Ikea!) and gather some mini succulents for a sweet and different wedding favour. Plants in the home bring positive energy, so you’ll be sending your guests good vibes as they send them right back to you!
Personal Chocolate Bars
Work in your wedding colours in a fun design, add some photos of you and your new spouse, or write a sweet message on these personalized chocolate bar wrappers for a delicious wedding favour. WHCandy offers this service for a variety of occasions.
This unique wedding favour solves two wedding to-dos; it serves as a table placement and a wedding favour. This could be done with a variety of different materials that suit your taste, and some paint. It’s a memento that your guests will use again and again while remembering how much fun they had at your wedding.
Weddings are occasions where some people often have one too many glasses of champagne. Help them out the next day with a little box of things that will help nurse their potential hangover the next day. Add some Gatorade, mouthwash, a little snack, or whatever else you think will take some of the pain away.
Which wedding favour idea is your favourite? Do you have a special idea you want to share with other brides-to be?
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