Post # 1
iF you have read any of my other posts you can see that I have decided, not to have cherry blossoms, and not to have a theme. so now I have no idea what to give as a favor. my fiance is japanese so I was thinking maybe tiny bamboo plants, or chop sticks. my favorite animal is elephants so I was thinking maybe a little wooden elephant (which can also be relationed to the japanese culture). But then again just some candy would probably be cheaper and used by my guests. I just dont want something stupid!! so basically what are you all having as your favors?! maybe I can steal some ideas 🙂
Post # 3
We got married on a cruise ship, so we had cruise ship shaped cookie cutters.
Post # 4
I was planning on doing a candy bar as our favors. Then I saw an idea of having S’mores in a box. Basically a clear box with 2 graham crackers, a big marshmallow and half a bar of chocolate. I thought that was so cute and clever, so now I’m considering that. I like the idea of an edible favor because you know it will get used. LOL.
I like the chop stick idea though. 🙂
Post # 5
Candy bar with optional goodie bags to grab some for the road… and I saw yesterday on someone else’s thread, matches in personalized boxes for 35 cents each…. my FI now want’s to add those as well… =D
Post # 6
@HappilyEverAfter54: we gave personalized match boxes and candles for our engagement party, so we pretty much need to top that.
i love the candy bar but I feel like that can get way too expensive. that will probably what I go with though.
Post # 7
Since my wedding is in July in Texas, I have decided on folding fans and personalized water bottles! Gotta keep everyone cool.
Post # 8
We did a candy buffet, but I think the chop sticks is a super fantastic idea, but only if you can get really interesting one’s for a good price.
Post # 9
Here is a link to “asian” themed favors from weddingstar. Some of these are adorable 🙂
These little elephants made me think of your post:
Post # 10
Make a donation in everyones name to the Japan Tsunami relief and print is out on a nice piece of rice paper with a cute little elephant.