By Kerri Vargas. Party Favors. Published at Friday, January 12th, 2018 - 00:02:31 AM.
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.
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.
You can purchase very expensive wedding favors from numerous companies and upscale department stores. You can order personalized candle sets, coffee sets, crystal and glass items, small picture frames, silver dolphin bottle openers, bath beads or decorative soaps, and the list goes on. Are you on a limited budget? You can make your own favors and turn the event into an evening of fun for the ladies in your bridal party. Just make sure they know the purpose of the evening is to help you make the wedding favors.
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