When it comes to wedding favours for your guests, gone are the days of the sugared almond, and in its place is the opportunity to thank your loved ones for sharing your special day in a really unique and touching way. We’ve listed five of our favourite favours.
A sweet touch
If you want to stick with a more traditional sweet favour, some delicate macarons make a perfect addition to the table. Go for a colour to match your chosen palette and your guests will love the cute treat awaiting them at their place setting.
A scent to remember
Evoke memories of your day long after the last confetti has been thrown by sending your guests home with a reminder of the scent of your wedding. Kate Middleton perfumed her day with Jo Malone Orange Blossom, and we think that’s simply sublime.
Pop some corks!
You cannot go wrong with a little bottle of champagne at each place setting, or laid out on a table for guests to help themselves to. Personalise them with your own tags and let your friends and family continue the celebrations by toasting your happiness after the big day.
A little taste of luxury is something every wedding guest should be treated to. What better way to say thank you for sharing the day than by giving everyone an indulgent luxury chocolate treat?
If you hire out a whole accommodation or rooms in a hotel, why not treat the guests that are staying to a luxury hamper full of special gifts. Something for before the wedding, something to enjoy afterwards, and maybe slip in a voucher for a spa treatment. Your guests will know you really value their presence at your special day.
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