By Yvette Sims. Party Favors. Published at Monday, February 26th, 2018 - 06:10:31 AM.
Chocolate Wedding Favors - Many brides and grooms take it upon themselves to distribute chocolate wedding favors to their guests as a token of appreciation. But why should the bride and groom be responsible for showering their guests with gifts? A wedding is meant to be a special day for the happy couple getting married not a day to distribute gifts to friends and family. The guests that attend your wedding should be happy for you, and not expect anything in return.
Do-It-Yourself Wedding Favors: In the ever-evolving effort to personalize your wedding, sometimes do-it-yourself (DIY) wedding favors and other wedding accessories are the best option for a truly unique wedding. They are also a great option for cutting costs while still creating a memorable event. With a little creativity, DIY favors can add the bride and grooms personal style to the wedding day and give guests a little piece of that special day to take home.
Another DIY wedding favor idea that is both fun and cost effective is to bake your own goodies. Throw a little cooking get-together the week before the wedding and invite a group of friends and family-members who love baking. Typically you will be surrounded with people willing to help, so dont be afraid to accept it. The only other thing you will need, other than the baking goods, is several packs of wedding favor containers. End the baking party with an assembly line for packing and sealing the favors, followed by decorating the favor containers to match the rest of your wedding accessories.
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