Tuesday, May 10, 2011

Fab Favors!

They've traveled from out of town, towed their kids along, made hotel arrangements...all to be at your wedding! Who am I referring to? Your guests! And while your wedding day should be about you and your groom, it's also about the special guests that made time to witness this special event.

Weddings are known to feature little favors for each guest, as a token of the bride and groom's appreciation for their presence. Often times, the favors are so insignificant and thoughtless that guests actually forget about them on their table! What a waste of money! Brides and Grooms everywhere are realizing this and opting for more creative and desirable options for their wedding favors.

Candy buffets...chocolate dipped strawberries...Gelato bars..Oh MY!

These fab favors are quite the upgrade from the usual Christmas tree ornament or wine stopper. And couples are so creative with these unique favor ideas, often color coordinating them with their wedding colors or themes.

The Candy Buffets are fun and eye catching at any event! Utilizing a variety of glass vases and containers, your candy bar is sure to attract all of your guests, and most certainly keep all children entertained!

Chocolate covered strawberries are another delicious alternative to the traditional favor. Surprisingly, strawberries can also be decorated or personalized for your wedding! These "Bride and Groom" strawberries are so adorable and also act as a great dessert alternative for a guest who may not necessarily like cake. They can even feature the couple's monogram!


And finally....(drum roll please!)...The Gelato Bar! This is the newest addition to creative favors in the industry and we absolutely love it! Whether your family is Italian...your wedding theme is Tuscan inspired...or you just plain love this stuff, the Gelato Bar is sure to satisfy every guest's palette.

**What are you using for your wedding favors? Any creative ideas like these above? Tell us about it!
                 The Emily Weddings Team

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