By Audra Odom. Party Favors. Published at Monday, January 01st, 2018 - 07:49:31 AM.
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.
Once you decided on the wedding favor, you should go out and purchase all of the supplies and items you need before the party. Prepare a few of the wedding favors to show as examples to everyone and to pass around. Your friends will be able to visually see the item that you want and you will not be leaving anything to misinterpretation. The evening will pass quickly with everyone talking and making wedding favors and within a few hours this project will be completed and ready for your big day. End your evening with a light buffet or pizza party to thank your recruits for the time and energy they provided to help you.
How will you present your favor? Many couples will simply leave a note card on each place setting explaining the charitable donation & how much was given, although it is entirely up to you whether or not to disclose this. Those organizations above will give you some advice on how to word these cards. If you dont want to go down the route of note cards, you can arrange to have a sign or poster displayed somewhere within the reception so all your guests can see it. Another option is to announce it during the speeches or at some other appropriate moment.
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