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Wedding favors guests will love

Published On: Apr 28 2014 02:29:02 PM CDT
Wedding favors


As wedding guests bring gifts for the newlywed couple, it is customary to give each guest a small wedding favor. While these can range in size and creativity, some favors are more welcomed than others. Take a look at some wedding favors your guests will enjoy.

Chocolates: As guests are sitting at their table before and after dinner they might be looking for something a little sweet. Give each guest some chocolates at their place setting as a wedding favor. Couples can get creative with the packaging, customizing it to their wedding.

Mints: Your guests will welcome mints, especially after dinner. Put the mints in a commemorative tin marking your wedding.

Wine or champagne glass: Give each guest a wine or champagne glass at their seat. They can drink from it during the festivities, or choose to keep it clean to take home later. Glasses can be customized with the couple’s names, initials or wedding date.

Candle: During some wedding ceremonies, candles are lit to signify the couple’s love, burning in one candle. Give each of your guests a candle so their own love can burn bright.

Frame: Put a frame at each place setting. This can also be used to mark the guest’s seat number. Frames can include the couple’s names, initials or wedding date to mark the occasion.

Wine stoppers: Have customized wine stoppers made and give one to each guest. The stoppers can be customized with names, initials, or a design chosen by the couple.

Wine glass charms: Give each guest a wine glass charm at their seat. These make a great gift for the guests to take home, and they also will help your guests keep track of their drink throughout the night.

Travel book: If you’re having a destination wedding, give each guest a travel book that highlights the top spots in the city you’re visiting.

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