Thanking Your Guests with Wedding Favours That Are Worth Remembering
A courteous couple would remember to thank their guests for celebrating their I dos with them. Whether it's a grand church wedding or a small, civil wedding with only the dearest and closest, you should have wedding favours to show your guests how much you appreciate their presence.
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With hundreds of party favours available, how can you make sure that yours will remain elegant and unique, one that your guests will remember? Here are some ideas:
- Decide what kind of wedding favour it shall be. You could give edible gifts like cookies, cupcakes, candy or chocolate. You could opt for decorative, such as frames, candles, or even wall décor. You can even choose practical ones like personalised bottle openers, mugs, or kitchen favours.
- Whichever one you choose, tie it up with the theme. Whether it's the colour or the over-all, if it ties in with your wedding theme, guests will remember that it was the gift from your day, without having to look at the obvious nuptials label.
- Remember the packaging. A beautiful gift will mean less if it isn't packaged well. An inexpensive gift with elegant or personalized packaging will have the opposite effect. So find a way to present your favours to your guests.
Finally, personalise your gifts. Most couples go with the obvious his-and-her nuptials label, but you can go further than that. For instance, give them trinkets that will tell the story of your love. And no, it does not have to be a novel. And just in case you have guests who forgot to RSVP, or if grandma wanted an extra one to show her friends at book club, make sure you have a few extra. You may need them when they become a hit.