Post # 1
So I really want to give our guests a token for our wedding. We are already having a photobooth but want them to have a little something. I found these ceramtic cranes and thought they were so cool. We are having a nature theme wedding and these would be cute right? Im half filipino and born in japan so its sort of related to my heritage, maybe lol
Post # 4
I think they are cute and compliment your theme and heritage!
However, they may not be necesarilly “useful” to your guests if that is not there thing. I guess it depends!
Post # 5
What do they do?
Is it a knick knack or an ornament, paper weight?
Post # 6
I think they’re cute and like that they go with your theme but to be honest, they would just end up collecting dust in my apartment and wouldn’t even know what to do with them. Sorry
Post # 7
They are cute! I’ve lived in Japan and love the significance behind them. Unfortunately, non-edible favors often tend to get left behind or thrown away.
Post # 8
This probably isn’t what you want to hear but I’d leave it behind. I don’t need any more “stuff”. Then again, you know your guests better than we do so if you think it’s something that they’d like, go for it.
Post # 9
I am going to fold a bunch, attach a thread with a tag that says our name, and put them on the tables as decoration/favors. I’ll encourage guests to take them home to use as Christmas ornaments.
Post # 10
They’re super cute and I would love to have them! I’m guessing it won’t be popular with everyone at the wedding, but a lot of people will love them!
Post # 11
I love those! Not sure if most people would but I think they are cute.
Post # 12
They are for chopsticks,I do like them and i understand that they would be left behind and I definately do not want that.
So edible favors are the way to go i guess?
How about mini pies?
Post # 13
@ItsDestiny: food is always good 🙂
Or how about some type of plantable seeds or birdseed favor? i looked at some cute ones when I was planning, and they go well with a “natural” theme 🙂
Post # 14
Well, I’m a packrat. I’d take it and keep it for a while, but it would eventually get lost in a junk drawer.