Wedding guests readily agree to be a part of your celebrations and even sit through the long vidhis while you are busy getting married. Not to forget, they come bearing gifts! Now, don’t these cuties deserve a special gift, especially if it’s a destination wedding and they have travelled miles to be with you? A tray or basket full of nashta does sound good, but let’s take a step further and arrange for something they’d love and won’t throw away! Here is a list of 5 such wedding favours-
1. Tea Hampers
We Indians love our chai and can drink it any time of the day. It only makes sense to keep tea hampers as wedding favours for your tea crazy guests! I suggest you purchase your tea hamper from Hillcart Tales, a luxury tea brand. They offer a range of 32 premium and exotic variants (categories across Black tea, Green tea, Tisanes, Oolong, White teas, Cold Brew teas and tisanes) in the form of artisan tea bags and loose leaf teas.
Everybody loooves chocolates. And you need to cut ties with anyone who doesn’t. Chocolate boxes replace your traditional mithai boxes and make for excellent wedding favours. Handmade, artisanal French chocolates by Bon Vivant is an ideal pick for gifting.
3. Plants/ Succulents
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Jab duniya eco-friendly ho rahi hai, toh aap kyun nahi? Eco-friendly wedding favours like plants/succulents/ is the new trend that you should definitely follow. Sanchita and Prasoon hosted an eco-friendly wedding and gave plants and seeds as wedding favours.
Nothing spells a good gift like some candles. The Maeva Store has an array of fragrances in cute bottles and teacups! Bundle up some twine and candles in a box and leave a cute note for your guests to read. Voila! You now have a suitable room favour for the guests.
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The Indian wedding season coincides with the winter season which makes shawls and stoles reasonable wedding favour. After all, would you like them to be cold and chilly at your functions (please don’t say yes!)