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It's always a nice gesture to hand out favors as a way of thanking the guests who attend your wedding.
If simply arranging the favors on a table at the reception isn't your style, keep reading for some of our favorite display ideas.
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1. Dress them upA simple bunting banner with a sweet message makes all the difference. If you're serving edible favors, consider pairing them with disposable utensils for added convenience. Your snack-happy guests will love it!
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2. Use salvaged piecesIf you're handing out vintage-inspired favors (such as glass Coke bottles) repurpose a salvaged piece for a unique, unexpected display.
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3. Make it personalDress up a simple wooden box with a punny message to go along with your favors.
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4. Turn them into decor
Create a favor display that doubles as decor at your reception. We love this tower of potted succulents!
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5. Hang them up This idea works especially well if your favors happen to be magnets, but you can create the same effect by using a board with rows of hooks or nails.
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6. Create a focal pieceDon't hide your favors in a back corner of the room, show them off! Display them with family photos or other meaningful knickknacks at the entrance so your guests can't miss them.
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7. Stick with a themeWe love how cute these seed packets look in this vintage wheelbarrow!
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8. Take advantage of your venueIf your venue has a cool wall installation or other decorative accent, use it! Just be sure to ask the venue's permission first.
Photo: Jennifer Weems Photography
9. Show them off in vasesIf your favors are small enough, display them in glass vases around the reception. For an eclectic look, use mix-and-match vessels.
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10. Incorporate them into centerpiecesWe especially love this moss-covered display for a garden wedding. Ask your florist for their input on how to create a unique arrangement for each reception table.