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Wedding Favors Everyone Will Love
It is common practice that the bride and groom will offer a small token of appreciation to their wedding reception guests, commonly known as wedding favors. There are many different kind of wedding favors. Wedding favors vary in material and purpose. The savviest brides often seamlessly integrate the wedding favors into their wedding theme. For example, a beach wedding may have beach wedding favors, such as flip-flop candles as wedding favors.
A common characteristic of wedding favors is that they are usually inexpensive. Brides and grooms usually spend no more than a few dollars per guest. Many brides chose to make their own wedding favors, but most will end up purchasing them ready made.
It is important to remember that the primary purpose of the wedding favor is to show your appreciation toward your wedding reception guests, your friends and your family.
The most popular wedding favors are edible. The most popular edible wedding favors are chocolate. Personalized chocolates are especially popular with brides and wedding guests. Let’s face it, everybody loves chocolate, so chocolate wedding favors are a sure hit with wedding guests of all age. While some wedding favors may be more popular with women than man, or vice versa, chocolate is a gender-neutral wedding favor.
To make chocolate wedding favors even more exiting, some companies offer personalized chocolate wedding favors. Personalization adds a special touch of elegance to your wedding favors. The personalization service includes printing the names of the bride and groom on the front of the candy wrapper. Some companies even offer to print a special message from the bride and groom on the back of the wrapper. Not only, that the personalized chocolate wedding favors can include the names of the bride and groom, but they can be color coordinated to fit the wedding colors.