By sempak. Party Decorations. Published at Monday, September 24th, 2018 - 18:07:45 PM.
There are two ways to distribute guest wedding favors. Wedding favors can be placed at each wedding reception guests place setting to take along whenever they leave or elegantly displayed on a table near the entrance to the wedding reception venue where the bridge and groom will be toward the end of the reception. As guests say goodbye to the couple, they can thank each guest for coming by giving them the favor or telling them to take one when they leave.
Whether you hire a company to handle the many details involved or you recruit help from family and friends everyone will have an opinion on the perfect wedding favor. Wedding favors can be edible, seasonal, theme oriented or fun. Some popular ideas are Jordan almonds wrapped in tissue paper or white netting, a small box of chocolate wrapped in wedding paper with a pretty bow, handmade sachets, seed packages or theme cookies. The options are unlimited when it comes to wedding favors. Be creative, look through wedding magazines and talk to your friends. Shop for Theme Wedding Favors
There are many ways to donate to charity & then present this type of favor to your wedding guests. Some couples will feel guilty about not providing their guests with a little memento of the day & so will set aside a small part of the budget for a token gesture of chocolate hearts or the like. However many couples need not worry as most guests are pleasantly surprised by the gesture & give very positive feedback to the couple after the wedding. If you are considering going down the charitable favor route here are a few options for you to consider.
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