Favour ideas


For seriously cools photo ops, give out sparklers as favours…
sparklers as favour ideas
[Image: janethowardstudio.com / itsabrideslife.com ]


Have you ever seen personalised cup holders given out as wedding favours? That’s what happened at Amanda & Charley’s awesome Jewish wedding!personalised cup holders



If you’re a huge fan of something culinary, give them away as personalised favours like these very cool mini ketchup bottles.
ketchup bottles wedding favours
[Image: Racoon Photography ]


What kind of things does your family make that you might be able to bottle or package up as a wedding favour? This favour is a homemade hot sauce, made by the groom’s father. Adorable!
Homemade wedding favour
[Image: Concept Photography /  Every Last Detail ]


Brand flip flops with your wedding monogram for a beach party wedding, as seen in Sandra & Re’em’s Jewish Wedding at Bamboo Village Beach, Israel.wedding flip flops


Write personal letters to each guest that double up as wedding favours. It may take a little more time (especially if you have a large guest list), but the personal touch and cost savings are super tempting. Plus, you could label each one, and voila: an instant place card!
Write letters to your guests that serve as a wedding favour
Idea taken from Makenna and Yvonne’s wedding as seen on Offbeat Bride. Image by Erika Monaco


How about serving both your favourite cocktails and then having your signature cocktail recipes printed on coasters?
signature cocktail recipe on coasters

Idea taken from Christen & Charlie’s wedding as seen on Snippet & Ink. Image by Belathee Photography


WIth my love for Pop Art I *adore* these LOVE kippot, available to purchase here.love monogram kippah


Make personalised handkerchiefs for your guests. Buy cheap  handkerchiefs from eBay or a thrift store and then buy iron-on transfer papers and create a different set for each table based on their table name. So if each table was named after your favourite films, have a quote from that film for that tables handkerchiefs. As seen at Elizabeth and David’s handcrafted retro wedding on the ever-quirky RocknRoll Bride blog.
wedding handkerchief favours
[image: Claudia Rose CarterRocknRoll Bride]


I love these ‘I Met My Match’matchboxes! Inexpensive and so damn cute. These ones are from an American website  called Gracious Bridal that  ship worldwide.
I Met My Match Favours


Have your wedding favours double up as place names on the tables with these magnetic letters from eBay or Hamleys. Your guests will have a lot of fun making silly words with them during dinner and they’re a great ice-breaker for those who don’t know one another. Idea taken from Barry and Michelle’s wedding on the fabulous Love My Dress wedding blog.
Magnetic letter wedding placenames
[image: Anna Rosell / Love My Dress]


Plant an idea in your guests’ heads with these seedling favours meant for enjoying long after the party’s over. Wildflower Favours offers many different varieties and themes and will send you the one that’s suited to the creative theme or geographic region of your wedding locale.
Seedling Favours
Image: Martha Stewart


Love words? Love handmade? How about these DIY Scrabble Coasters that can also double up as Namecards. Click here for the DIY scrabble coasters tutorial from intimateweddings.com
Scrabble Coaster


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