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Wedding Favours

Favours are a lovely way to say thank you to your guests for sharing in your special day. Traditionally sugar coated almonds were given to wedding guests. However chocolate, confectioneries, fortune cookies, wine glass charms and miniatures have all been used as alternatives.

The Sweetie Jar
Create your own personalised wedding favours. From contemporary mini glass sweet jars to traditional boxes - with different sweet fillings, personalised cards and a ribbon colour of your choice.
Quintessential Cookies
Home made, hand decorated,beautifully packaged cookie wedding favours that won't bust your budget! A new, inspiring personalised range from the classic to the quirky.
Browns Wedding Favours
UK Newcastle based company supplying wedding favours, wedding favour boxes, gift boxes and place card holders.
Tip Top Wedding Shop
Tip Top Wedding Shop offers a huge range of wedding supplies and wedding gifts such as favours, favor boxes, diamante iron on transfers, table number holders, just married / honeymoon flip flops!
"Bem-Casado": A Brazilian Wedding Favour. It symbolizes the sweet union sealed with love. According to the legend, every guest who receives a "bem-casado" must make a wish before the first bite.
Wedding Favours
The giving of favours is a custom which is thought to have originated from Italy. Favours were once known as 'Bomboniere'. There were made up of five sugar-coated almonds which were meant to represent happiness, health, long-life and fertility. The bride would present them to her female guests, as a keepsake.

Today the giving of sugar-coated almonds is still very popular, and is seen as a traditional style of favour. Although there is now a wide selection of traditional and contemporary wedding favours available from chocolates, confectionery sweets, fortune cookies, to lottery tickets to name a few.

When choosing your wedding favours you could incorporate them with your wedding theme.
For example if you are having a Spring wedding you might like to consider giving guests plant seeds for favours.

For guests who have arrived by car they will undoubtedly be concious of insuring they do not drink too much throughout the day if they know they have to drive home. Why not treat them to some personalised wedding favour miniatures which they can have once they arrive home.