Wedding Favor Tags

Wedding Favor Tags

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Wedding favors aren't complete without wedding favor tags. A typical wedding favor tag contains the names of the bride and groom and their wedding date. However, wedding favor tags can be more elaborate than that.

Wedding favor tags add a "period" to the end of a wedding event. After the wedding ceremony and reception are all over and the wedding guests have gone home, guests will always be reminded of the wedding day whenever they look at the tags on their wedding favors.

A wedding favor tag is not just a rectangular card with a punched hole and is attached to the wedding favor. Nowadays, there are many varieties of wedding favor tags to choose from in order to make wedding favors more attractive, special and personal. Personalized wedding favor tags and labels are a touching way of saying thank you.

Wedding favor tags can transform your wedding favors into unique and unforgettable keepsakes. Whether you're giving expensive bottles of champagne or inexpensive tea or coffee packets, your wedding favor tags will make your wedding favors more special to your guests.

Wedding favor tags come in a variety of shapes, sizes and types. Favor tag stickers are best for favors that come in tins or sealed bags or boxes. Circular monogram favor tag (sticker or non-sticker) add a touch of class to wedding favors, particularly those in envelopes or paper bag or containers.

Wedding favor tags can also be customized to complement wedding themes. For garden or outdoor weddings, wedding favor tags with floral border work well. For butterfly weddings, wedding favor tags and stickers with a watermark image of a butterfly lend style and provide an elegant finish for wedding favors.

Wedding favor tags are a way of putting your final mark of unity on the marriage for all of your wedding guests to behold. Wedding favor tags also serve as a memento that the guests can carry on in memory of your special day.

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