Post # 1
I’m helping my friend to do a last minute shopping on favors. The wedding will be held end of the year. So, I was thinking of personalized christmas ornaments. Instead of the word Merry Christmas and all, I was thinking about writting the bride and groom’s names and date of their wedding.. What do you think?? I found it from this site: Personalized Ornaments
A glass ornaments or the ceremic ones??
Post # 3
great idea, ORIGINAL, i love it
Post # 4
that’s a good favor idea, most people will be able to use them. I like the clear ones, clear ornaments look great next to lights.
Post # 5
Both are pretty! They’re less likely to break on the way home than a glass ball would be. Instead of putting the names on the ornament itself, put them on a hang tag that is attached to the ornament. Not everyone likes to display stuff with someone else’s names on it, regardless of how much they may love the couple.
Post # 6
Thanks fr the response guys!
Post # 7
I really like the glass one! Gorgeous!
Post # 8
I agree with Ember. Put the name on a ticket not on the ornament itself. If they are engraved they will likely get thrown out after a year or two.
But a plain glass ornament will endure for many years.
Post # 9
if they were engraved i cant imagine i would through them out in a few years time but i really really like this as a favor – good idea
Post # 10
I really love this idea! And people will be able to use them forever 🙂
Post # 11
I agree with @Ember78:
I wouldn’t be adding something to my tree that was engraved with someone else’s name. A clear, white or ivory ornament can blend in with anyone’s decorating scheme.
Post # 12
Thanks for the advice! I’ll keep them in mind.
Post # 13
We had ornaments as favors. They were handmade my by Mother-In-Law and were starfish with some beads and other things glued to them for decoration (she makes them for a living). She also suggested not adding our name or anything to them so that people might actually use them!
Post # 14
This is SUCH a cute idea. I love the glass one.
Is an early Nov. wedding too early to have Christmas ornaments as favors? Just such a fun idea…
Post # 15
Well, I don’t think early Nov. wedding is too early to have Christmas Ornaments.. Alot of people that I know start to put their trees up in Nov. So, I think it would be a good timing!
Post # 16
this is a cute idea! My cousin used this for her wedding favor a few years ago, and it is so nice putting it on the tree every year. except this year when we put the tree up later than usual and I realized I missed the date by a few days to wish them a happy anniversary, that is besides the point. she had their names and date put on a thicker ribbon that held a solid hollow heart. so that is another way to do them also. if the engraving costs a lot..i think that might be a less expensive route, but I’m not sure.