By Hollie May. Party Favors. Published at Thursday, January 18th, 2018 - 06:39:31 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.
You will probably want to give the men that are participating in your wedding as groomsmen, father of the bride or groom, ring bearer and brothers a nicer wedding favor to remember your wedding day with. A few great options are personalized key chains, engraved cuff links, monogrammed coolers, flasks, sports mugs, money clips or golf towels. These personalized items are sure to be used quite often as they are every day items with a special touch with the monogramming or engraving. Men love practical gifts and practical gifts are useful to person receiving the gift.
The chocolate wedding party favors in the shape of kisses, balls or small bars are sometimes repacked in foil with complementing colors to the wedding. Containers for the smaller chocolates are usually cardboard boxes. These boxes can be shaped as hearts or squares depending on the preferences of the bride and groom. Other containers for the chocolate wedding party favor can be a wedding party favor bag, pouches, plastic wrap, small glass canisters or paper origami.
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