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If you have ever been in attendance at a wedding reception that had small favors for the guests you know just how fun and impressive these little tokens can be. Wedding reception favors are the type of thing that most weddings lack nowadays as a matter of oversight. At the same time, most people appreciate them and they do mean a lot in the instance that they are not overlooked. If you are striving to have the wedding of the year and you are striving to truly impress your wedding guests, wedding reception favors are a great way to do it.

Finding reception favors that people will like is an important part of the gifting process. Otherwise, you contribute to a waste of money and a waste of space in the landfill as people tend to leave weak party favors behind or deposit them in the nearest trash receptacle. The idea behind wedding favors is to get people to take them home, but at times finding cool favors like that can be hard.

Welcome Your Guests with a Favor

Keep in mind that wedding reception favors do not have to cost a whole lot of money. Weddings are expensive enough alone without having to purchase pricey gifts for all of your guests. Luckily, most wedding favor ideas can be made in bulk at great prices and if you can think of something that guests will want to keep, not a penny of that money will be wasted. You want your guests to feel welcome and appreciated.

A few ideas for unique wedding reception favors for your beloved wedding guests are:

  • Candles

  • Bottles of wine

  • Wine glasses

  • Glass or plastic coasters

  • Candy boxes or mint tins

  • Audio CDs

  • Commemorative paperweights

  • Movie tickets or theater tickets (best for smaller weddings)
  • Many wedding reception gifts can be engraved or sand blasted with the names of you and your spouse and the date of your wedding. This is not an expensive service and is something that can set your wedding apart from the other weddings that your guests have attended during their lifetime. Many people put on extravagant weddings just for good impressions, and if that sounds like your wedding, more memorable wedding reception favors are a great way to get that accomplished.

    Wedding reception favors are an important part of any intimate wedding. As the bride or groom in a wedding, you want to take the time out to tell people how much their support means to you and find a way to commemorate the day of love you shared with your closest friends and family and the person who stole your heart. Reception favors are only fitting for those who want to remember that special day.

    Looking for unique wedding reception favors ? Find hundreds of wedding party favors and more great articles full of wedding planning tips at HQ Wedding Favors. The writer of this article has served the wedding industry for many years.


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