Post # 1
We were cruising along with the wedding planning, taking on DIY projects, fans of incorporating crafts and personalizing our wedding as much as possible.
That is until I fell down some stairs three weeks ago and broke my elbow in several places.
I need some suggestions for nixing a least one big DIY project and 100+ favors seems to top the list.
Our wedding is NYE 2012, rustic, mason jars/candles, and in San Francisco.
Any tips, ideas, suggestions would be so greatly appreciated!!!
Post # 3
Ouch!! That sounds so painful. I hope you have a speedy recovery.
I just went to a wedding last weekend. Their favors were two pieces of See’s Candy chocolate. As a guest, I really appreciated it haha.
Post # 4
Thanks allegrovivo! I appreciate the idea-See’s Candy is a good one!
Post # 6
@julies1949: That is awesome! 90% of our guests will need those for sure!
Post # 7
@julies1949: Omg, I want to have a New Years Eve wedding so we can use these as favors! Too cute!!
Post # 8
I hope you feel better! Favors are totally not needed. As a guest, I wouldn’t miss them and would prefer not to get any rather than something not useful.
Post # 9
OMG hangover kit. You can include the candy in it, if you want, instead of the honey peanut butter. And maybe alka seltzer packets lol
Or, since I see you are a teacher, you could make a donation in their names to an educational (or other appropriate) charity.
Post # 10
We are doing Koozies which were very cheap. I got 250 koozies for $130 and we got to design them with whatever we wanted, We chose a design off the website but I am totally in love with them. If you are doing beer cans this would be perfect or… If you are like me, i bought these before my reception hall failed so we are now doing KEG beer but we got the smaller cups that fit. Just an Idea but I love ours!!!!
Post # 11
You all are so great! Thanks for all your great ideas : )