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Wedding Favours

From wedding favour chocolates to wedding favour boxes and so much more, you’ll be sure to find perfect wedding favour ideas for your guests on Hitched. Remember to include them on your original wedding budget so that this element doesn’t come as a surprise later down the line.

What is a Wedding Favour?

A wedding favour is a little gift that you give your guests as a way of thanking them for attending and helping with your wedding.

What Are Traditional Wedding Favours?

Traditionally guests would be gifted a small bag of sugared almonds as a token of your appreciation, however lots of couples choose to give personalised wedding favours and even more luxury wedding favours such as miniature alcohol bottles. But that’s not to say you have to spend a fortune on wedding favours, there are lovely cheap wedding favours that can cost you as little as 50p per guest, plus some amazing DIY wedding favour ideas like baking cupcakes!

Who Gets a Favour at a Wedding?

Ideally, every guest at the reception should receive a wedding favour. You can place them at their table mat or hand them out as they enter the room. You might even decide to have special favours for any children attending your wedding, such as activity books - it’ll be a great way to keep them entertained.

Frequently asked questions regarding Favours

When should I start looking to buy wedding favours?

If you want to give your guests special wedding favours they can use or cherish for a long time, you can start brainstorming early on in your planning process. Ideally, you should order your wedding favours about 4 to 6 months before your wedding date.

How can I find the perfect wedding favours for my guests?

When you start looking for wedding favours, you can look for favours that represent your love, something personal, the season in which you are getting married, something symbolic to thank your guests or something beautiful that is also useful. The options are endless, so don't be afraid to get creative!

How much do couples tend to spend on wedding favours?

Like wedding invitations, wedding favours are also available in a broad price range, according to the details and quality, whether they are bespoke, artisan-made, etc. You can find favours anywhere from under £5 to over £15 per favour.

Where to place the wedding favours?

Traditionally, favours are placed at each table setting during the reception or simply in the middle of each table. You could also place the favours next to the seating chart and have guests take their favour to the table. You can also set out baskets with favours at the reception entrance or even at the start of the ceremony if the favour is something guests will be able to use throughout your wedding, such as a fan if you're having a summer wedding, a blanket for an outdoor winter wedding, flip flops in the case of a beach wedding, etc.

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