At most weddings, it’s customary for the bride and groom to gift wedding favors to their guests primarily as a thank you for celebrating their love with them on their most special day!
Typically, a wedding favor is meant to be a keepsake, and more recently we are seeing them also double as some sort of reusable item. One thing every wedding favor has in common: personalization! Make sure your wedding favors match your theme, have your wedding date, etc.
So…what should you get them? We’ve got a few great options for you below!
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If your wedding ceremony and/or reception requires your guests to be in the sun for an extended period of time, this is a super cute way for them to all feel part of your special day. Plus – they can use these sunnies any other day they’d like!
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These are a super cute idea to pass around as you’re getting the party started. Everyone can put them on their beer and soda cans at the reception, and then take them home to use the next time they grab a “cold one.”
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This gift is such a fun option because it gives your guests the ability to get a little creative. They can use their glass all night long and never misplace it!
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This wedding favor is such a classic! Encourage your guests to keep the candle lit in their homes not just for the scent, but also as a symbol of your burning love for one another.
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This may not last as long as the other wedding favor ideas we’ve given you today, but it’s definitely the tastiest! Plus, there’s a cute play on words and it’s an excuse to have a bonfire in the near future.
Which wedding favor idea do you love best? Comment below!
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We're thrilled that Zveil-bride Sarah has invited us to share her wedding day photos with your readers. We invite you to browse these stunning photos of this tastefully done black and white themed wedding.
The ceremony was held at Saint Edward the Confessor Catholic Church in Granville Ohio and it was a dream come true for Sarah.