Favours Ron Bushell4569Wedding Favours
in Devon & Cornwall

Do me a wedding favour! Classic golds, and ivories, deep seductive burgundies, feminine lilacs and pinks – whatever your bridal colours, reflect them in your favours and really put the Wow! factor into your reception. Fabulous favours can make the tables at your reception look fantastic, whether you go for a contemporary or classic look and whether you buy them ready-made or make your own. Traditionally, favours are five sugared almonds, signifying health, wealth, fertility, long life and happiness. They are both a token of thanks to your guests and a celebration of your very special occasion.

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But favours have moved with the times and now include everything from chocolate dragees to jelly beans, aromatherapy candles to miniatures of whisky, or even seedlings or packets of seeds. Bubbles are as much fun for adults as they are for children or, if you’re outdoors, what about sparklers, beautifully tied with an organza bow?Making your own favours is fun you’ll find everything you need at specialist favour shops. Get your bridesmaids together over a bottle of wine and see the excitement build as you watch your wedding day take shape.CaptionsClassically beautiful: From Occasions Feminine pinks and lilacs by The Favour CompanyReflective blues by Favours from UsSimply perfect: Scattered rose petals echo the central table decoration (Photo by David Darby)


Avenue Road, Torquay
Tel: 01803 217628
Email: [email protected]

Website: www.rowcrofthospice.org.uk

Share a little of your wedding happiness by helping a charity. Rowcroft Hospice offers enamelled pins with a personalised favour card, explaining that instead of favours, you have made a donation. The pins cost £1.50 each and have already proved a huge hit with wedding guests.


Stamford Lane, Plymouth
Tel: 01752 492626
Email: [email protected]

Website: stlukes-hospice.org.uk/celebrate

St Luke’s Hospice selection of wedding favours are a unique way to include charitable giving as part of your special day. Your family and friends will be taking away a small token to celebrate your wedding and you will be helping to raise vital funds for St Luke’s.