Wedding Favour Box Perfect

Without further ado, check out our pick of great ways to make your wedding favour box a sign everyone looks at to remember a great day.

Wedding Favour Tags

The tag is the introduction to this little surprise you have packed for each guest of yours, so it is a good idea to start making it as incredible as you can. Wedding favour tags usually have a very thankful tone and start off with the words “Accept our gratitude” or “Thank you for attending”, and yes it is a nice feeling when someone says he/she appreciates your presence, but why not say the same thing in a more interesting fashion?

For instance, instead of words, each tag can have a small picture of the bride and groom standing with thumbs up showing that they are pleased with your presence. Or if you have an attachment to words, then you can use some mild humor that relates to the wedding or the people involved, something everyone will understand. Prepare your tag according to this guide and you will certainly see a wave of smiles as soon as the distribution is complete.

Components

Chocolates and candies; my favorite wedding favour surprise, except that I always get these because they have transformed from a choice to a norm.

For example, how about you place a card inside the box, and people with matching cards are supposed to sit together for at least 20 minutes in the wedding to break the ice and form new companionships. Or, alongside the mandatory sweets, it can have a small decoration piece related to the wedding that the attendees can keep with them, and remember the date by. Again, the possibilities are limitless, and you can play as smart as you want because it is your day.

Box Design

The wedding favour tags are not the only things that need to be designed; the box (or the pouch) has to be of a color and style that synchronizes with the tag and the theme of the wedding (if any). That being said, the design does not have to be the kind of graffiti or specific designs in various colours you see in weddings all around you, it can be as different as you like.

Most of the times people are so curious to open the box to unveil what is inside that they ignore the pattern you chose, so it is up to you to spice things up in a fashion that makes them wait and admire the uniqueness, if not beauty, of the box.For example, the design on the box can be such that it states thank you in a language that is not native among the guests in the wedding; they will keep wondering what it is and some curious souls might even come to you and ask. It is certain to make the environment much livelier, which is essentially what you aim to do with wedding favour boxes