Love My Wedding Favors

Nov 9 20:23 2006 Brian Brogan Print This Article

Your wedding favors should be unique as they are personally from you! Plus your wedding is unique, too! Some brides, maybe you, want to provide a wedding favor that is a reflection of you and your spouse, or a very special wedding favor keepsake that your guests will remember you by and treasure forever.

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Love My Wedding Favors. My wife Leonie and I remember well the process of picking “favors” for our wedding some 30 years ago now. At the time I never new what wedding favors were until I saw what Leonie had picked out. So please allow me to explain the term “wedding favors” to those of you who were like meA “favor” is a small gift for the wedding attendees. It’s an allegedly useful item that’s usually made of glass or metal. (Cheap plastic and light cardboard don’t seem special enough for most..) There is often a beautiful ribbon, or sometimes a candle involved in teh favor and it probably has some inscription to commemorate the event or at least a card on wedding stationery.

“Favor”, "A small gift given to a guest at a party", is one of the definitions. To my way of thinking, you are not only obligated to your wedding guests on this day of days but you should see the giving of a wedding favor as a sign of you and your new husbands gratitude to your guests for sharing this most memorable day in both your lifes'.

Apparently there are some who see no point to the giving of wedding favors and have said it is done just to avoid embarrassing ourselves in front of the Pope or Martha Stewart or whoever else we invited. Unfortunately for these people, and I know they are out there, the thought of "giving" is not in their vocabulary.

If showing some form of gratitude to your guests is a bad thing then why are they there for you and your new partner at all? Of the top of my head, I can’t think of any of my friends or family that would judge us by the quality of the wedding favors, but on the other hand they would appreciate the effort we put into showing our gratitude for them being witness to our most splendid of event.

A common theory – already judged helpful from talking to my married friends – is that you should agree on a price-per-favor that is within your wedding budget and it would be something that you would be happy to receive for yourself at a friends wedding. As an idea on price you would really have to make up your own minds but in general terms anything from 20 dollars up would be acceptable. Truly the sky is the limit. I suppose it really has to do again with the wedding budget. Luckily there are a plethora of wedding favors to choose from on the market today so finding just the right one should be a snap.

Wedding Favors Ideas. Sending your guests home with a little something to remember the night by is a classy touch to any wedding. And they don't have to be over priced gifts to make a lasting impression.

The choice really boils down to, "Do I buy my wedding favors or make them?You are probably finding out that when it comes to the list of things to do for your wedding, you may already be feeling overwhelmed. So why make another chore for yourself with homemade wedding favors? Favors can be easily purchased then all you have to do is personalize them..

Of course, homemade wedding favors do feel more special. Sachets and small tokens are simple to create in an afternoon. You may even decide to enlist the help of the wedding party or make this a special time for you and your partner.

If you've ever been to another wedding, you may have already seen an assortment of wedding favors which may have included, small bags of candies or nuts decoratively done, small boxes of chocolate with a nice ribbon or card indicating the the couple and wedding date are very nice favors too.

Many couples have chosen to give personalized wedding favors mentioning the bride and groom like match books, candles with holders, champagne glasses, and even CDs can be inscribed with the wedding date as a way to commemorate the day.

If you want to be unique For the non-traditional bride and groom, you may want to give a little something different. If you have a themed wedding, you can try to give a gift that incorporates that theme.

In any case, as I mentioned earlier, the wedding favors are a great way to commemorate a special day for both the bride and groom and their guests. Thank your relatives and friends for supporting you and loving you enough to be with you on this happiest of days.

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