Wedding Favour Inspo – Seven Trends For 2018

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Posh Chocs

Always at the top of the charts; the chocolate wedding favour is a real crowd pleaser. Rarely lasting beyond the speeches, little boxes of chocolate make great gifts for your guests.

There are so many chocolate favours to choose from these days, from organic, raw and vegan recipes to luxury Belgian chocolate.

Personalise them with your names, initials or wedding date and watch them disappear before the speeches are even over!

Two in One

To create a simple, elegant place setting, why not choose wedding favours that can also double as place name cards?

Carved wooden place names are perfect for a rustic or country garden themed wedding and make great giveaways for your wedding guests. Or how about some beautifully designed coasters, printed with your guest’s name and details of your wedding?

Seeds & Succulents  

Our love affair with mini succulents as wedding favours is set to continue in 2018. These cute little splashes of green on the table lend a lovely, natural vibe to your wedding décor.

And staying with the natural world, personalised packets of seeds make fabulous favours. After the wedding, guests can plant their own flowers, to remember your big day. Sweet! 


Spirit Miniatures  

With craft whiskeys & gins tipped to be Britain’s tipples of choice in 2018, little spirit miniatures are really gaining in popularity as wedding favours. These cute little bottles can be personalised with pretty labels to create a fabulous talking point on your wedding tables.


Candles make beautiful wedding favours and can be personalised with either your names & wedding date or the recipient’s details.

Choose a colour to suit your wedding theme, and add an instant, romantic air to any place setting.


If you’re on a tight budget, why not consider making your own DIY wedding favours? Buy some pretty personalised hessian bags and fill them with homemade truffles. Or make some jam and decorate the pots with inexpensive, personalised wedding labels to create a unique and thoughtful gift for your guests.

An Old Classic 

Finally, if you’re aiming for a traditional wedding, you can’t go wrong with good old sugared almonds. Fill little buckets or bags with five almonds per guest to represent health, happiness, wealth, fertility and long life.

For more wedding favour ideas, please visit Love & Lilah, the online wedding shop.  

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