Our favors were stemless wine glasses with our names and wedding date on them. We half filled them with m&m's in our wedding colors and placed a cake pop on top of the m&m's. I'm not sure where my husband purchased them from. They were displayed on a table that was originally used for the escort cards then during the reception the table was flipped to be used for the favors. Our venue put them out and displayed them in a heart shape.
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I love that idea!! Thank you!! Maybe that would work for us too. Once the guests take their name cards and are seated... the guest book and party gifts can be put there. Thank you for that idea!
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This is very cute!! How did you have your signs made?
E favormart is good. JJsHouse also is good as is etsy. Go edible if you're going to do favors. Stick with practical rather than symbolic. I have thrown away any soaps I have ever gotten lol. Coffee mugs are cool but some may get left behind. Maybe stuff each one with hershey's kisses or mini hot chocolate?
We ordered personalized stemless wine glasses from the knot shop. They come in small or large. The small is super small, so we got the large which is like a regular sized stemless wine glass. The quality is really good. The packaging was GREAT, even when FedEx bodyslammed my packages on my doorstep, we ordered 110 glasses and not one broke.
I’m making my own. I wanted something small but cute. my wedding in fall. It has our date on the back of the thank you. So basically it two honey sticks. With honey stirring stick and small little bee pendant. I’m not a fan of getting something with someone’s wedding date. That can’t be removed. So this works amazingly. The only date is the thank yous. so that can be removed and use the rest.
I would definitely recommend doing something edible--otherwise, favors tend to get left behind or thrown away. If you're set on mugs and since your wedding is the winter, you could put a packet of hot chocolate in each mug? Just a thought! I've always tossed the non-edible favors I've received at weddings, but having something edible in the mug would make guests way more likely to take the favors
We're kinda doing favors but rather Welcome bags which will include our favor. We're having a DW in FL and thought we could put together a care package and the "favor" part of it would be a picture postcard of my FH, FSS and I. We got to thinking about what people would want, will it even be kept, I've gotten so many things over the years and haven't really kept any of them, so why waste a lot of money that could end up in the trash.
We are getting married in Gatlinburg and with Gatlinburg being known for the homemade candy/fudge shops we are doing a small box of different fudge flavors from one of the local (not franchise) candy shops.