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IDEAS FOR FAVOR BAGS

Posted by Thomas Callaghan on January 28, 2011 at 5:10 AM

Ideas for Filling Those Wedding Favour Bags


Most people will opt for elegance when they are thinking of a theme for their wedding. This will be applied right down to the stylish organza wedding favour bags to get for each table.

But the real question still remains what will you decide to put in those bags for your guests to open?

Before you start thinking about the different options, think about your budget. Clearly you will have a figure to stick to, and your choices will be very different if you are spending £1 per person as opposed to £5 per person for example. Once you have your budget sorted out you can start looking for a variety of wedding favours to buy.

Some people like to get different things for different people. Individual gifts are touching and very personal, but they take longer to find and buy. Consider your timescale before going for this option. It might be better to buy different things for men and women if time is of the essence.

You dont have to stick to chocolate or mints for your wedding favours. You can buy tea lights, fans, bookmarks, small photo albums, bottle stoppers the list is endless. Limit your search to your chosen upper budget if you can, although not all websites have this feature.

You will always be able to find unusual wedding favour ideas as well. Some couples buy items that are related to the time of year they are getting married in, such as seeds to grow a seasonal plant. Others decide to buy a stack of £1 lottery tickets or scratch cards, giving one to each guest with a wish for good luck!

Whatever you decide to buy for your wedding favours, there is no doubt that you have a wide range of great ideas to choose from.

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