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Give your wedding favors charm and appeal by choosing the right packaging for them. Whether you use a box, bottle, bag, tin, or envelope as a wedding favor packaging, it needs to carry on the image of your wedding theme.
Here are several wedding favor packaging ideas to help you:
For beach or sea inspired wedding favors, package your wedding favors in miniature beach pails. They will hold any beach inspired treats you may come up with, especially if they're edible (e.g., Jordan almonds or seashell chocolates). If you're going for decorative wedding favors such as starfish tea light candles, show off their beauty by putting them in clear plastic boxes. Sheer organza ribbon tied around the wedding favor boxes provides a simple but stylish finish.
For nature or garden inspired wedding favors, natural paper favor boxes are the perfect wedding favor packaging. These paper favor boxes are made with natural paper and designed with flower petals. You can put seed packets, potpourri, scented soaps or homemade cookies in these wonderful wedding favor packaging.
For Asian or Far Eastern inspired wedding favors, favor bags with Asian motifs are the perfect packaging. Add Chinese characters for "Best Wishes" or "Prosperity" with the bags. Chinese take-out boxes are another great wedding favor packaging for your Asian inspired wedding favors.
Decided to just have a simple or themeless wedding? Add a touch of elegance to your wedding by using mini square white favor dishes as your wedding favor packaging. You can use the favor dishes to hold votive candles, truffles, scented soaps, miniature wedding cake candles or cookies. You can find microwave safe mini favor dishes for less than a dollar each.
The right wedding favor packaging puts the final touch on your wedding favors. Elegantly packaged wedding favors are visual feasts for your guests. Exquisitely packaged wedding favors will be like Christmas presents to your guests - they won't be able to wait to find out what's inside!
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