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Useful & Fun Wedding Favors!


The tradition of giving wedding favors has long been an important part of a wedding. In fact, tradition states that the giving of gifts leads to years of good fortune. With virtually thousands of products on the market today, deciding which wedding favor to give can be a daunting task. You want the gift to be meaningful, yet practical. While your budget will be an important deciding factor, your guests will appreciate that you took the time to choose a meaningful memento of your big day!

This collection of practical wedding favors is but a sample of what we have to offer. Each favor comes tastefully wrapped and ready for giving. And, these favor ideas are sure to fit every wedding budget!

Chrome Luggage Tags (Perfect for the Out-of-Towners!)
Make sure your guests travel with class! Your guests are sure to love these heavy, high quality chrome luggage tags complete with a sophisticated engraved heart. These luggage tags not only serve as the perfect favor for your guests but they can double as place card holders. You may choose to insert each guest's name and table number in the window. Sleek and stylish, these chrome luggage tags come with a black leather strap and measure 1" x 3.5".

"Scoop of Love" Heart Coffee Scoop in Elegant Gift Box
A scoop of love, a pinch of romance. Add a spoonful of sweetness to your Big Day with these precious little coffee scoops. These favors are so classy, so elegantly designed - you'll almost forget how functional they are! Each scoop is heart-shaped and crafted in heavy-duty stainless steel with a heart design echoing along the scoop handle. Elegantly presented in a textured ebony gift box that stands a little over 5" tall, each favor features a cut out window that displays the scoop within. Arrives tied with a sheer organza ribbon and black and white "Scoop of Love" tag.

Forever Photo Frosted Glass Coasters

Capture the moment in classic glass. Your moment...their moments, these gorgeous frosted glass frame coasters will protect your memories forever. Crafted of heavy hiqh quality frosted glass, each coaster features four padded "feet" to protect surfaces. Present your guests with these lovely gifts in any number of ways: framing a photo of the happy couple, used as a placecard holder, inserted with a personalized tag of your name and wedding date, or simply displaying our beautiful Thank You tag (included.) Guests will love being able to bring them home and use the coasters to frame their own special photos! Packaged in twos and tied with a sheer organza ribbon, these stunning coasters will add a useful "touch of glass" to any reception table or bridal shower.

Checkout ALL of our practical wedding favors at WhereBridesGo.com!

Comments

Anna said…
Wow. U have a wonderful collection of wedding favour. they are so elegant and classy. U can jus peep into my wedding blog for some thought sharing!!!

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