With all the big things booked up, its time to get moving with the little things.
Choosing your favours can often cause a headache, but there’s some fab ideas out there for some super cute ones.
We’ve rounded up our favourites and included an option just for kids too!
What’s great about all of these ideas is that they can double up as your place names too – there’s nothing like killing two birds with one stone, right?
Great for the more eco-friendly amongst us, this mini succulent’s idea is really cute. You can get individual mini pots to slide them into or if that’s not for you pop them in some hessian and complete with twine. How about finishing them with tiny little tags with your guests’ names too?
Mini Gin Bottles
Whilst this could be deemed a little expensive, you can do most of the hard work yourself.
People are experimenting with flavouring their own gin a little more these days, so why not give it a go yourself. You can pretty much flavour your gin with anything you want and decanter it into mini bottles ready for your guests.
Personalise it even more by finishing it with a sticker that matches your wedding stationery. You could even add a little tag with the name of your guest on so it doubles as a place name.
Cute little condiments are great little additions to the table. Do you have a secret family recipe for a scrumptious strawberry jam? Are you visiting an area of Italy on your honeymoon renowned for a delicious olive oil? Tie these little things into your big day as they have more meaning to you. Again, they can be finished off with a personalised tag or sticker to complete the favour.
Everyone loves a candle! Create your own personalised ones for your wedding favours. The candles could come ready made in a simple little tin or teacup if you want to opt for a vintage style. These could be topped off with a personalised sticker that coordinates with your wedding stationery or a simple little tag with your guests name instead.
And for the kids…
Bundle up some cute Crayola crayons and a mini notebook with a lollipop. You can guarantee this will keep the youngsters in the crowd a little quieter. Who knows, they may even be jotting down their favourite parts of the day.