Post # 1
For our wedding favors, we are making CD’s with our favorite wedding songs on them. It will have a variety of songs, from country to nineteen 50’s. They will have labels with our names/date and the song list. Put in clear cd envelopes and tied with a pretty ribbon.
What do you think?
Post # 4
IDK….to be honest I wouldn’t really like to get a favor like that. People all have a different taste in music and I think it’s enough that people have to hear wedding music for an entire evening. They shouldn’t have to have a CD of it…There are sooo many other things you could do and have it “personalized” if you didn’t want an edible favor. Coasters, match boxes, playing cards (received these as a favor and loved them!)…..there are endless ideas out there but I think that random choices of music is not one of them.
Post # 5
to be honest i wouldnt care to much of it, my taste in music is different and now you can find music so easy. but it is your wedding and you know your guest so do what ever you think they and you will like =)
Post # 6
Thanks for the input. It’s not exactly “wedding” music though. My fiancee and I both have a strong love for music, so our playlist is everything from The White Stripes to Buddy Holly. Maybe we’ll do some kind of edible favor as well.
Post # 7
I think the “idea” of it is great, but as a guest, I would end up tossing it. I don’t have any media that isn’t digital and I likely wouldn’t bother to d/l it into my database because if I wanted any of those songs, I’d just get them online.
I do think, in general, guests get the most use out of edibles. They can eat them! Most guests don’t keep personalized favors (or if they do, they live in a junk drawer). If you really want to make these CDs, however, perhaps they could be included in the gifts for your wedding party and parents? I’m sure they’d appreciate them more than guests.
Post # 8
we’ve gotten a cd from a wedding before and i liked it. of course i’m not going to like every song on it, but it’s easy to skip songs and you always think of the person’s wedding when listening to it.
Post # 9
I would like the CD. I would probably pop it into the computer, import everything I want, and toss the actual CD, though.