Ways To Save On Wedding Favours

Looking for more ways to save money on your wedding day? Here are some great ideas on how to make your guests feel special without breaking the bank.

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1. Bulk Buy Sweet Treats

We've all been there, you sit down to the wedding breakfast after quaffing champers for two hours, and demolish the edible favours in front of you!

For something that little bit special check out personalised Love Hearts. Throughout March use Voucher Code FAVOUR50 to receive 50% off Favour Boxes when you buy Love Hearts personalised with your names and wedding date. Or take advantage of their current 3 for 2 offer on 2kg bags of sweets.

Alternatively, you can find some great bargains in the supermarkets. I recently bought a 450g tub of Haribo for £1.50 at Tesco! Coupled with some pretty sweet bags from Amazon, you're going to have some happy guests on your hands.

2. Pay It Forward

Feeling charitable? There are a range of wedding favours offered online by charities, many of which can be personalised for your big day. Why not pick a charity close to your heart and donate money on behalf of each guest? In return you can choose for your guests to receive anything from pins designed by Jenny Packham from Cancer Research to sweets from the Alzheimer's Society or candles from Mind. Alternatively, you could set up a JustGiving page for your guests to donate directly themselves, it won't cost you a penny.

3. Variety Is The Spice Of Life

If you're struggling to decide on one particular wedding favour to suit everyone, why not buy a variety of different things that are personal to your guests? Do your aunties enjoy gardening? Buy them packets of seeds. Are your uni mates itching to get started on the shots? Buy them miniature bottles of spirits. Kids to keep happy at the table? Amazon offer some seriously cheap packs of toys, including jigsaws, finger puppets, colouring books and crayons to fill party bags. Your guests will feel extra special knowing that you've thought about each of them individually.


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