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5 Wedding Favours (your guests will actually want)

I’m not saying your guests won’t be thrilled with an organza bag of sugared almonds (but they won’t) but wouldn’t it be fab to thank them for sharing your day with something cute or scrummy.

Cake Pops

These yummy balls of cake are inexpensive to buy and can be customised to your wedding colours – make them as cute, vintage or glitzy as you like. Have them cello wrapped with a thank you tag or personalised with your guests names and then they double up as a place marker. If you want to add a really unique touch to your wedding day have them decorated with sugar flowers and incorporate them into your table centres. Order them here

Sweetie Rolls

These pretty mint wedding favours are customisable and can be found on Etsy. With a little bit of crafty skill they could inspire a DIY option using any sweets in a roll (I’m thinking Rolo’s – yum!)

Notepads

I love these adorable little books with their rustic style pencil. Both are available from confetti and quite reasonably priced. Check out this blog for a showcase of tons of different wedding favour bit and bobs and how to put them together to create your own unique big day finishing touches.

Candles

Wedding favour scented personalised candles from Not On The High Street a really elegant and luxury option but with a price tag to match – may be best suited to a smaller number of wedding guests.

Sweetie Jars

Easily customisable and a great DIY option, sweetie jars are brill for creating a personal wedding favour. 
Add a name tag and these jazzies in glass jars could also double up as a place marker. 
 Fill them up with whatever you fancy (how about your own personalised m&ms

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