We all love wedding favours. Guests adore the little memento and Brides and Grooms love to add a personal touch to their day. We know you take time to think carefully about this element of your wedding. Here at Love Tiki, we want to help you make your day thoughtful, memorable and individual.
Such a small element of your day can really make a difference so here are some ideas to make yours stand out. Take your pick from our favourites:
Test Tube Shooters – Prepare a range of shots, topped with your favourite garnishes for a very unique wedding favour. Leave on the table and let your guests pick their favourite. A great way to get your guests to mix as well as the party started.
Ice Shot Glasses – Greet your guests with a shot of your favourite spirit served in an ice shot glass. Use this ice mould to create the glasses, add a little fruit for colour and interest and fill with your favourite spirit. Okay, so its hard to take home but its a very cool way to say hi.
Shots with a Little Colour – Fill these mini glass bottles with your favourite tipple. A lovely way to add some colour to your table. Your guests can drink at the table or take home, whichever they please.
Mini Milk Bottle – Serve your guests with their first drink in a mini milk bottle. A lovely rustic wedding favour or for a toast in barn wedding. Add a coloured straw and a tag to match the theme of your wedding.
Thanks for Popping By – Place some sweet, salty or toffee popcorn into these Kraft Paper Bags. Personalise with a little note and your names and wedding date. Let your guests enjoy this cheap wedding favour.
You are Sweet so here’s a Treat – Fill these Mini Kilner Jars with coloured sweets of your choice. Add a little tag in a colour of your choice for the personal touch.
Dress Your Table in Style – Use these slate drinks coasters to add a personal touch. Write a little message with your guests name on it and leave it at their table place. Let them take the coaster away at the end of the night as a personalised wedding favour or leave chalk on the table and ask them to write something back to you.