Giving favors to wedding guests is a time-honored tradition that dates back to the sixteenth century, when European aristocrats would present guests with small boxes of sugar cubes (a precious commodity in those times). The tradition has carried over to present day, often couples will present their guests with sweets. Giving favors is a singularly special way of thanking your guests for being a part of your special day.
For those who are trying to save money, or are looking for an original way to partake in this important tradition, there are a limitless number of ideas for favors. Your favors should reflect your style and the tone of your wedding. This can be done in many different ways. Sweets are the traditional gift given, so consider baking homemade cookies and putting them in bags with a thank-you note attached. For the environmentally-minded, consider giving individually potted plants, or seed packets. When your guests take these gifts home and plant them, they’ll be sure to remember your wonderful wedding. For a crafty bride, consider making your own candles or soaps with a signature scent.
Overall, wedding favors should be something that your guests will appreciate, and will make them remember you and your wedding day. Your guests bring you gifts, and giving them a small token in thanks is an honorable gesture that they will be grateful for.
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