It’s your wedding day, essentially you’re treating 100+ of your closest friends and family to a meal that costs upward $60-$150 per person. So, when it comes to wedding favors – should you skimp or should you splurge? Wedding favors should be something sentimental to the bride and groom, their family and/or representative of the new marriage. The wedding favor should have a long lifetime, meaning your guest won’t toss it when they get home. In my personal opinion, wedding favors should be anywhere from $1-$3, depending on the size of the wedding. Splurge on photography, videography, the venue, or a honeymoon, but not on wedding favors (please).
These inexpensive, yet creative wedding favor ideas are courtesy of… you guessed it, Pinterest!
CD of the Bridal & Groom’s Wedding Playlist
Glasses or tumblrs with the wedding date has a long lifetime!
To personalize the glasses, print the bride and
groom’s name on the arm of the shades.
For the latino bride or groom, add your culture’s flavor!
If you’re planning a wedding and haven’t joined Pinterest yet, it’s a great resource for ideas and DIY projects. For brides who like the idea of a candy buffet or want to learn more, check out our post The new meaning of candy bar: a bar full of candy. Tell us what you think should be spent on wedding favors (in the comment box below).