Ideas for Wedding Favours by Suffolk Wedding Photographers Hayley Denston Photography

Wedding favours these days are so varied from the traditional sugared almonds we used to see at every wedding. Here’s just a few ideas for you below on what you can do that’s a bit different.

The wedding favours I’ve liked best over the years are those where the couple haven’t invested lots of money but instead their time. A few ideas which really have captured my heart all are similar in a way that they are all heartfelt and truly individual to each guest.  At one wedding the bride had written out a recipe for each guest, at another wedding their centre pieces were second hand books all chosen for the guests. In each book on each table was a message written to that guest in the front of it from the couple saying why they thought the book was for them. The last one was a simple white envelope on each guests place setting and inside the bride and groom had written them a note telling them why they loved them and wanted them at their day (there wasn’t a dry eye in the house for that one).

So hopefully here’s some inspiration for you

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