There’s a lot to remember when planning a wedding. Here’s one thing you shouldn’t forget—be sure to thank wedding guests for sharing your special day with a token of your appreciation. These wedding favor ideas are easy to personalize and put together, and are sure to be a hit with your friends and family.
1. Picture-perfect place settings
Like tiny ushers, little picture frames with your guests’ names tucked inside can help direct guests to their seats at the reception and make charming keepsakes for them to take home. Match the frame style with the theme of the wedding, print names and table numbers on Avery Clean Edge® Business Cards and pop the cards in the frame.
Bonus tip: Avery Business Cards can also be used to create personalized gift tags for your favors. After printing, punch a hole in each card and attach to items in boxes, bags or bottles with ribbon.
2. Sweet & scrumptious takeaways
For heart-shaped cookies, pixie pies and other tasty treats for guests, wrap them up with cellophane and seal it up with round Avery High-Visibility Labels. You can also place goodies inside cellophane bags, tie with ribbon and attach your personal seals to the bags.
3. Musical memories
Create a “soundtrack” of the wedding—gather songs that’ll be played, including the first dance, father/daughter dance and other tunes and burn them onto CDs for your guests. Personalize the discs with a picture, the name of the bride and groom and the wedding date, and print on Avery CD Labels.
4. Personalized bottles of bubbly
Let’s get practical. Nothing against those traditional Jordan almonds, but here’s a wedding favor your guests will enjoy. Present them with a personalized bottle of champagne or wine to take home and continue the celebration. To create labels that completely cover up the original label underneath, use Avery Shipping Labels with TrueBlock™ Technology
When you share your celebration with friends and family, show how much you appreciate them being there for your big day. With these memorable mementos—and your personal touch—you can make your event truly unforgettable.