If you are looking for a way to spoil your guests and make them feel loved and appreciated, these wedding favour ideas are going to be a hit! From tasty treats and sweets tables to fun photos, personalised caricatures and a wonderful way to give back, we’ve got it all! Take a look at our roundup of wedding favour ideas below…
Post Ceremony Treats
We’ve seen some resourceful couples pool the money they would’ve spent on wedding favours and using that to hire a food or drinks truck for post ceremony treats! This is a wonderful way to keep guests entertained and sustained during the post ceremony lull. You could serve crepes and chunky traditional churros with Crepe Wagon Dublin. Or how about using a converted Rice Horsebox to serve alcoholic drinks or warm beverages? Yup, we’re talking about The Irish Horsebox Bar (pictured above). Check this out if you’re a fan of alcoholic drinks stations!
A Sweets Cart or Table
Who doesn’t love sweets? This LOVE table (pictured above) by Chocolate and Decorations is perfect! Guests can choose what they like and either enjoy their treats at the wedding or take them home. You can find more delicious sweets at The Sweet Co, donut walls, popcorn bars and more at Tara’s Sweet Treats, chocolate fountains, Tayto & King packs and more at Carolyn’s Sweets, and beautiful sweets carts at Candylady.
Guests will love striking a pose for the camera! A lovely way to turn this into a fab wedding favour is to allow guests to keep a printout copy of the photos for themselves. Use cute Instax Mini cameras available at Camera Centre, or take a look at the photobooth suppliers closest to you!
Your friends and family will be in stitches with these amazing personalised caricatures! Not only will this be entertaining for everyone, but it makes for a special gift too. Everyone will love watching others be drawn too, so you’ve got your entertainment covered. Take a look at Niall O Loughlin (whose work is pictured above), Andrew Goti and Mark Heng.
Give to charity
Lots of couples are choosing to give back to charity instead of spending money on favours. We love the idea of spending money on a charity that’s close to your heart. Take a look at this blog post to see which charities we love.