Chapters Indigo has some seriously cute gifts from their Valentines’ collection. Available for a limited time only but you can also treat these as inspirations for your own DIY wedding favours.
A wedding favour, napkin holder, and place card in one, ideal for a travel themed wedding: the luggage tag.
You can personalize a standard luggage tag by replacing the slip-in paper with a personalized design. Add in your favourite travel quotes or travel tips. For some inspirational idea, check out HolidayGoddess.com’s quirky design, available for download.
We checked out IncentiveWorks today, a tradeshow for event planners, and saw some great wedding favour/bonbonniere ideas – some you can definitely DIY. Homemade wedding favours from the bride or groom’s family can add a great personal touch to your wedding.
Love these chocolates with wine pairing suggestions from Brix Chocolates. How perfect would these be as guest favours for a winery theme wedding? You can also DIY your own chocolate truffles with suggested wine pairing, or package chocolate bars with wine pairing suggestions. According to Brix, extra dark (my fav) goes well with cabernet & bordeaux. Milk chocolate goes well with lighter wines like pinot noir and port rose, and medium dark chocolate goes well with merlot, shiraz and zinfandel.
How cute would these notebooks be for an outdoor or garden-themed wedding? Remove the paperclip and they fold flat. From Orchard International.
I love edible wedding favours! Homemade s’mores would be a great DIY wedding favour.
Make simple candy favour look gourmet by skewering them on a wooden pick. Warning: let parents handle their kid’s favour treats to avoid accidents or create a loose kid-friendly version.
How about homemade marshmallows & truffles for wedding favours. A few drops of food colouring really helps elevate plain jane marshmallows. Try mixing up the recipe with a few drops of coconut, maple or almond extracts!