Post # 31
- Wedding: July 2016 - Not Decided Yet
The best favor I have gotten so far at a wedding has to be the steamless wine glasses that my boyfriend’s cousin gave out. They were really cheap for them to get made ($1.79 per glass from an online site) and they just had a cute quote about love on each glass and the date. We use them all the time!
Post # 32
Swiss chocolate. Lindt brand is great.
the only stre I could stand in The Mall of Americ ais the Lindt store that display dozens of choices.
Post # 33
“Stemless” wine glasses are now a thing? Funny, they look like lowball glasses to me.
I LOVE my oversize rd wieglasss ith their delicate stems, without a stem it’s not a wine glass.
Post # 34
Oh, the mention of jam: my sister in law made homemade jam in small pots for her son’s wedding. I would like that.
Post # 35
Something tasty or something small and functional that will fit in a carry-on bag so you can take it back home.
Post # 36
- Wedding: November 2014 - Historic cinema
Lollies or chocolate. I have a massive sweet tooth so am really looking forward to our lolly buffet at our wedding.
We are also having a paper moon photo booth and our photographer will set up a printer to print guest photos in sepia on cardboard to make them look like vintage fair paper moon photos.
Post # 37
Chocolate! I love getting chocolate favours at weddings.
We gave our guests bird-shaped bottle stoppers sitting on a “nest” of chocolate eggs. It seems many people don’t like getting non-edible favours but we had put a bottle of mead as a welcome gift in every room (domestic DW) so the bottle stoppers seemed appropriate. They were popular enough and I know a lot of our guests actually still use them for wine or olive oil.