Do the Bride a Favor Recommends Temporary Body Art for Weddings

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Do the Bride a Favor examines a new trend gaining increasing popularity at wedding celebrations: that of temporary tattoos exchanged as favors.

Following an article that appeared in SFGate online, Do the Bride a Favor is excited to learn of a company called Tattoo Manufacturing. Tattoo Manufacturing is the world's largest maker and distributor of temporary body art and vending tattoos.

Already popular among children and Valentine’s Day celebrants, temporary body art has the potential to gain market share in the wedding industry as a unique alternative to personalized wedding favors. In particular, temporary wedding tattoos could supplant chocolate fountains and elaborate candy buffets for the health-conscious wedding planner looking for a cost-effective alternative to dispensing sweets.

Do the Bride a Favor found one aspect of the SFGate story particularly intriguing: temporary body art is already finding favor among celebrities. Gwyneth Paltrow has been spotted wearing an eagle tattoo recently at LAX. Additionally, Do the Bride a Favor learned that Tattoo Manufacturing is available to create themed celebrations with an assortment of their custom tattoos to fit any possible theme (for example, movie themes such as ‘Shakespeare in Love’, ‘Sex in the City’ or ‘Bridesmaids’) shipped within a week. Do the Bride a Favor surmises that having ready-made, one of a kind favors arrive in the mail to kick off and/or spice up celebrations is sure to catch on increasingly among wedding planners with an artistic eye.

Do the Bride a Favor is intrigued by the rising popularity of temporary body art as a one-of-a-kind party gift – a phenomenon with particular applicability to the wedding favor industry.

About Do the Bride a Favor:
Do the Bride a Favor dispenses tips relative to wedding favors, innovations and trends in the wedding industry, and gives advice for getting into the candy business, with a particular focus on cutting edge alternatives in the areas of wedding planning and favors.

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