Wednesday, 21 August 2013

Wedding Wednesday - Wedding Favours ♥

I thought I'd share with you some amazing wedding favour ideas I've found on pinterest. I think it's a really nice touch to have a favours at weddings, but you don't want to spend too much money and at the same time you don't want to have a cheap/tacky favour that will get left on the table! I love all of the below ideas and a lot seem to be things you can DIY to keep the costs down.



Little pots of personalised honey! This would be really easy and cheap to DIY if you collected lots of mini jars and printed the labels off yourself!




Mini succulent plants - this is a lovely favour that your guests can take home and care for and have as a reminder for a long time of your special day. 




Remember making these as a kid? So much fun! Paper fortune tellers would be super cheap to make. You could create a few versions, print off and employ your bridesmaids to get folding!




I love this idea - seeds in a personalised pouch. I love the little quote on this one. Other quotes I've seen are 'Let love grow' and 'Let love bloom'. So sweet!




Mini bottles of olive oil decorated with rosemary. Great favour if you're a foodie couple!




Give a handkerchief for 'happy tears' :-)




Make your own Limoncello and decant into rustic bottles with personalised tags for colourful and much appreciated boozy favours!


 I hope you enjoyed looking at these favour ideas. I'm always on the hunt for new and interesting ideas so if you know of any cool favour ideas, let me know!

x





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14 comments:

  1. These are all adorable! I've been to two weddings this year and one had little pots of homemade jam - which are so cute I haven't even opened mine yet - and the other was indian wedding so was a little package with lots of traditional indian treats inside :) X

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    1. Homemade jam sounds so cute. You could make it well in advance too! Xx

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  2. I love the paper fortune tellers - brilliant idea! My son is getting married in October, so will show him this one.

    http://asaucystitch.blogspot.co.uk/

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    1. Ooh I didn't know ur son was getting married! Congrats, how exciting xxx

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  3. These are all lovely ideas, the handkerchiefs are my fave!
    One of my ideas was instead of having favours for each person having a crate full of jam with labels on saying 'spread the love'. That way only people who wanted to take a favour would take one.
    We didn't end up doing that as even that was too expensive. We had personalised packets of Love Hearts and put them in a cardbroad Bride & Groom with a photo of the person on, tacky but cheap and personal to the extent that everyone absolutely loved it. x

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    1. They don't sound tacky at all, they sound brilliant! Xx

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  4. My mum made us homemade jam and I decorated the jars with tissue & string. Complete with labels of our wedding date :) Love the honey & handkerchief idea! Xx

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  5. Love the hankercheifs and succulents ideas Xx

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  6. They've got really cute bird feeder/fat ball type things on etsy in the shape of the couples intials which I've always admired. Or I was going to do for a friend little boxes of biscuits with the bride and grooms names stamped in and the date. Her theory was everyone loves biscuits!

    Nadia

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    1. Ooh they sound cool! Little boxes of biscuits sounds adorable! Xx

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  7. Hi :)
    Thank you so much for your lovely comment on my blog. The fortune tellers are gorgeous will be following you for sure!
    Will be popping in for ideas.
    x

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    1. Hey! You're welcome :-) hope my posts are inspiring- every weds there will be a diff weddingy topic/theme! Now following bk :-) x

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