Post # 1
Hi bee’s 🙂 !!
Me & my fiance are getting so much done & it’s really making my heart swell up! I suppose everytime we get something done, it hits me even harder: WE’RE GETTING MARRIED, EEK! Haha.
So we met up with the lady who is doing all our flower arrangements & buying material for our invitations, because we’re also doing that ourselves. We finally decided we would like to do the wedding favors ourselves too! We’re such DIY bugs 🙂 !!
Quick important question: If there is a relative, who has a daughter or son with their own husbands/wives & children, and they all live together, do you still give them their own seperate favor? Or give just one since they all live together? I’m confused!
SO, we thought it would be a fun & creative idea to buy little sneaker keychains (the converse kind!), stuff them with lovely dried lavander, and tie a piece of paper with the date & our names on the shoe lace 😀 !! Since our theme will be wearing chucks together, and it’ll be a purple-beige-red’s kind of theme to our entire wedding 🙂
What do you bees think!? 😀 xoxoxo
Post # 3
I would think one per family with that type of favor. I understand usually it is one per guest but in most cases children have no use for the favors that are not edible.
Post # 4
From what I’ve seen it usually depends on the size of the favor, unless you’re handing out things like Coach keychains or wallets or something really expensive.
Example: the favor is a small travel sized container of special shampoo in a scent picked out by the bride and groom. 1 shampoo per guest
Example: The favor is a 15 oz candle. 1 candle per family/couple.
Post # 5
I always thought favours were one per guest, but maybe not? I didn’t really look into it because we aren’t doing favours.
Post # 6
I am doing 1 favor per guest, we are doing Apple jelly jars.
Post # 7
Okay, it’s much clearer to me now 😀 Thanks bees!!
And thanks to those who voted :3 ! I thought it was fun & creative, too :))
Post # 8
SO Frickin CUTE!!! we are giving each adult guest a favor an then a diff favor for the children.