There’s just something about little thinks, little objects that makes them so adorable, but when we are talking about favour boxes, it all becomes an expression of love and beautiful memories. All guests at weddings receive favours, which they can take home as decoration items. This means that the packaging and design has to be interesting and to relate to the event and the couple that got married. Online, you can find lots of suggestions on how to make a wedding memorable.
Usually, favour boxes are among the last items that will be bought for a wedding, and that’s due to various reasons. First of all, people will confirm their invitation usually in the last couple of weeks prior to the wedding, which means you won’t know the official number of attendants until the last two weeks or so. Second, favours add to the cost of the wedding. Getting them to early can make you lose some money, or you can simply change your mind with what you want to do with the wedding, and the theme of the favours might have to change as well. They represent one of the details, but it doesn’t mean that favours aren’t important. They’ll be a memory that guests can take with them at home. What was the last favour you took home?
Favour boxes dress up the table at wedding receptions, next to other paper or other material accessories, such as card blanks, menus, envelopes etc. In fact, card blanks themselves, used creatively, can become favours. Print a picture of the couple (you surely have thousands of them) on one or both faces of the card blanks, add a decorative element to them (it could be anything that crosses your mind, like a bottle cork for example) and voila!: you’ve got your own creative favours! Off course, you can also go traditional and choose lovely favour boxes which you can fill with candy, tea or decorative elements. Suppliers can suggest lots of original ideas for this purpose, or you can add your own vision to the whole process.
Usually, favours are related to the bride, but really, you can design these to look as you want them to be a gift for the guests on behalf of the couple and not just the bride, to whom this custom is traditionally assigned to. You don’t even have to invest much to create beautiful wedding favours; as said, you can even use card blanks creatively for this purpose. Think in terms of decorating, when you choose favours. If you select an object which has more than just an immediate (comestible) function, your guests will take it home and set it in a nice place for decoration. The more presentable and creative the favours are, the likelier the chances that your guests will keep these wedding favours as treasured memories from your wedding. The packaging is just as important; for example, if you’re planning a less conventional wedding, handmade boxes are excellent choices. There are some great suppliers online, where you can find elegant and creative designs for all that concerns your wedding.
Here is a large variety of wholesale card blanks, wedding invitations, guest books, wholesale favour boxes and all sorts of other accessories and memorabilia that you can use creatively for your wedding day.