Planning

Wedding Favors Make a Style Statement

Wedding party favors are an essential aspect of almost all weddings. All cultures have their own ways of offering wedding favors.  There are many great ideas for wedding party favors.   Wedding party favors can be either edible or can be in the form of a souvenir.  A wedding party favor should be interesting and not run of the mill. The idea should be innovative and should speak volumes about your style and taste.

Old traditions of candies or chocolates in a gift-wrapped box are giving way to customized or personalized wedding favors. People have become discerning in the choice of things, which they are giving as gifts. Personalized coasters, picture albums, printed napkins are great wedding favor ideas. People prefer wedding favors with a personalized touch, as they are good mementos of the marriage. Wedding favors should be a part of your marriage shopping.
 
You have a wide range choice available, that ranges from boxes, small bags, candles, coasters, candies and cookies. Decorating boxes and bags with colorful laces and ribbons is a common practice by brides. The ribbon carries name of couple and date of marriage. It may even carry name of guests printed on it.

A beautiful message by the couple expressing their gratitude and thanks to the guests for coming to the wedding will always be appreciated. This way the guests feel that they are a part of the marriage. Nothing is better than making guests feel they are very special at the wedding ceremony. The guests will take back fond memories with them and the favors will always remind them of the occasion.

Style conscious people would like to make sure that the favor reflects their style and attitude. Not only do favors bring novelty to a wedding, people are also able to make a style statement.
 
Online wedding planning guides often extend their help on the issue. Wedding favors are also meant to reflect the place of the wedding.  A traditional wedding ceremony in a church and an Honolulu wedding would be different in terms of wedding favor.

Sometimes wedding favors tend to reflect the ambience in which a wedding is solemnized.