Wedding Favor Ideas
When you think of your wedding guest tables you think of the centerpieces and table linens. But have you thought about wedding favors yet? These are a great way to say thank you to your guests, as well as pull your wedding theme together. Here are some great wedding favor ideas sure to please your guests.
Everyone loves candy! Not everyone loves bringing home little trinkets. An easy wedding candy option is chocolate kisses or bite sized chocolates. Easily put some kisses or chocolates in a small fabric bag, and voila wedding favor! There are plenty of vendors who also sell color coordinating the candy or candy wrappers for your wedding colors.
2.) Photo Booth Photos
A great vendor addition to your wedding may by a Photo Booth vendor, such as Photo Booth By Design! It’s fun to have photos to look back on, both for you and your guests, and take home as a favor. When you choose to go with a vendor they bring all the props and high quality photos. Then you know your guests will have fun and have great photos to remember your special day.
3.) Hand Sanitizer
Everyone can use hand sanitizer. Your guests will appreciate having a wedding favor they will use. You can get or print custom labels to put on the hand sanitizer bottles to coordinate with your wedding day. Such as, “Thank you for celebrating with us! Love, Bride & Bride, Groom & Groom, or Bride & Groom.” There are plenty of ways to customize this simple favor.
4.) Flip Flops
We all hate wearing painful shoes at a wedding. One idea that will ensure your guests have happy feet is to provide a comfy alternative! Shop those dollar flip flop sales and buy multiple sizes so you know you’ll cover most guests who will want them. This is also another great way to pull together your wedding colors with your wedding favors. You can purchase flip flops in coordinating colors with your wedding colors.
Did you choose any of the above ideas for your wedding favors? We’d love to share! E-mail your wedding photos to us with credited vendors to firstname.lastname@example.org. Happy planning!