(Closed) Bali wedding favors

posted 4 years ago in Destination Weddings
Post # 2
4040 posts
Honey bee

Ideally, your guests won’t have to cart anything back home with them, either.

When my family has to fly to a wedding, we don’t make packing a favor a priority. I.e. my sister in law’s family flew to a wedding and received small bottles of champagne as favors; they didn’t drink them before they left, or wanted to take them back in their luggage, so they went into the trash. 

Post # 3
95 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: September 2014 - lotusresidence.com

I was sort of eying this website of Blue Stone Botanicals, although I ended up bringing our wedding favors so I haven’t actually used Blue Stone myself. Blue Stone Botanicals are based in Bali and do all sorts of aromatherapy mists, balms, oils and other bath & body products. They have natural insect repellent and a relief balm against mosquito bites that could also be practical for your guests to use during their visit to Bali. I remembered their shop from previous visits to Ubud, I believe they take online orders http://www.bluestonebotanicals.com.<br />

Fans or sunglasses could be nice and practical options for your guests to use over there as well. You could also go for a small local souvenir as Bali is known for its arts & crafts.:  silver, wood carved items, incense, tiny statues or a batik sarong. If you have time before the wedding you could just pick this up at a souvenir shop. If you’re using a wedding planner, they can probably organize this for you too.

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