Guest Favours: To Do or Not To Do?

This is a question we are asked quite frequently. As you heard in the video, this is an opportunity to save but it is also an opportunity to add a unique touch of YOU to the wedding day. The choice is yours. Here are a few more of our thoughts when it comes to guest favours for your wedding …

Avoid Trinkets with Your Names & Wedding Date
Guests do not need a shot glass with your wedding date on it. Unless it’s a deck of cards, box of matches or something semi-useful, don’t bother with the trinkets.

Edible is Always a Good Idea
Plain and simple. If you want to add a little colour to the tables or you have a favourite treat you want to share with your guests, incorporate this item as a guest favour. And don’t be afraid to add your names and wedding date to this item, the packaging is disposable!

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Make it Personal
If you and your hubby-to-be are coffee lovers, opt for a cute bag of beans. If your fav date night includes a trip to the casino, slide a lottery card on each place setting. Options for making it personal are endless. What you want to do here is think about things that you and your partner like to do or enjoy together.

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Plants are Never a Bad Thing
Thing with live plants as guest favours is that if you get stuck with leftovers, you can actually use them at your house! Another bonus is it would add extra greenery to your tables!

So those are some of our thoughts when it comes to guest favours. We’re big fans of the personal touches but in the end, if it’s a $500 difference between hiring a videography or that photographer you’ve always dreamed of, we’re putting on money on that vs. favours!

Let us know what you think and if you did something unique for your favours, we’d love to hear it!

Until next time lovelies!

~ JP

 

 

 


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