You can get a lot out of wedding favors regardless of how small they are. Check out some of our tips for getting the most out of your wedding favors for your big day.
Wedding favors may be small items that seem to have little significance on your big day, but they actually make a big difference in the look and feel of your wedding reception. They also make a big impact on your guests. Wedding favors say a lot. They are used to thank your guests for their attendance, so the thought you put into them does have the power to make a special impression.
Still, wedding favors are also an expense, especially when you have to account for a large guest list. This is why getting the most out of your favors is so important. Whether you’re having a small occasion or a large occasion, it doesn’t matter. Your budget is important, and if you want to get the most from your investment, then consider the following tips to make sure your hard-earned dollars are being put to work when you buy your favors:
Choose multifunctional designs—This is one of the best ways to get the most out of your wedding favors. Choose wedding favors such as favor boxes, bags, jars, or trinket boxes. Anything that can be used to store another favor is ideal. This gives you the chance to surprise your guests not once, but twice. For example, if you give everyone favor boxes, you’re getting two favors in one—a box that provides pretty presentation for your tables, plus any contents you choose. You can place mints, candies, potpourri, or anything else your heart desires inside.
Choose practical favors—Another way to get the most out of your favors is to choose practical wedding favors. Make sure they won’t go to waste by picking something everyone will use. Even better, choose something that will be used during the reception or during the ceremony, such as bubbles or poppers for celebration. Small disposable cameras with personalized messages are also ideal and can be used by your guests during the event. These are a few simple ways you can get the most out of your wedding favor!