Planning a wedding usually has a huge to-do list, so let us help tick one thing off your list with our top tips for your wedding favours!
The importance of wedding favours
Maria at Bomboniere by Maria knows the importance of favours, which stem from their rich history and traditional meaning. From bonbons to almonds, to sugared almonds, traditionally 5 white sugared almonds represent Health, Wealth, Happiness, Love, and Fertility for the happy couple!
Maria recommends not leaving the designing and planning of your favours until the last minute, especially if you are looking for something unique that represents you as a couple. Matching your favours to your wedding day theme and/or location is the best place to start. Elegant, romantic, rustic, colourful, or boho, all themes can be incorporated into your Bomboniere’s.
Sustainable wedding favours
If you are looking to make more sustainable choices for your wedding day, or think that there is no such thing as a sustainable wedding favour, Hannah Green Soul Weddings has you covered. One fantastic way to incorporate wedding favours AND make sure they don’t go to waste is to use food or drink.
In fact, you will find that edible favours rarely make it past the wedding breakfast, let alone being abandoned at the end of the night! You could even dual-purpose your wedding favours by creating name card cookies or similar.
Don’t let them go to waste
Are you looking for some wedding favour options that you KNOW won’t go to waste? We agree with Hannah that food and drink favours are the best options for your wedding day! Not only are they easy to match to your wedding theme/venue, but they are guaranteed to not be left behind. Cakes, sweets, champagne, and even tea are all fabulous options for your wedding day. Simply pick what compliments you as a couple and find the perfect supplier to help bring it to life.