Do the Bride a Favor Gives Ideas for Creative Wedding Favors

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Do the Bride a Favor gives ideas to help brides come up with wedding favors that will make a big impression.

Wedding favors can be tricky business. From personalized seed sachets to engraved glassware, every wedding offers something different. On May 29th, 2013, published tips for wedding favor ideas, and Do the Bride a Favor is giving its own tips to ensure wedding favor success.

1.    Personalized wedding favors
Edible favors are the most popular wedding trend seen in weddings today. From artisan chocolates to chewy candy, edible favors are here to stay. Some couples offer candy buffets at their weddings stocked with goodie bags, while others offer custom printed bottles of soda or custom printed gum. Edible favors are always eaten and always appreciated.

2.    Handcrafted goods
Some brides like to add a DIY feel to their weddings by creating their own favors. Scrabble tile magnets are simple and easy to work into a favor. Brides can also create seed paper thank-you notes, or offer guests an engagement picture in a small hand-decorated frame. Hand-decorated ornaments are also a wonderful favor, especially for winter themed weddings. Hand-decorated drink cozies or key chains are a good idea for summer or destination weddings.

3.    In the moment favors
Favors can also be something that the guests create themselves. Some brides arrange to have a photo booth at their wedding, allowing guests to take pictures as favors. Others offer tables of sand art that allow guests to make their own sand-filled trinkets to commemorate the wedding. Offering wedding guests stations to create their own wedding favors is a wonderful way to keep guests entertained during the reception.

Do the Bride a Favor gives tips on offering favors that will make any wedding guest feel appreciated, including edible favors, handmade goods, and favors made at the wedding.

About Do the Bride a Favor:
Do the Bride a Favor offers advice and tips on emerging wedding trends, candy favor ideas, and party planning advice for event coordinators and brides alike.

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