Wedding favours are small gifts given to guests as a token of appreciation from the newly married couple and really helps with your table dressing. A thoughtful and unusual wedding favour will be appreciated, remembered and will add a touch of fun to the occasion.
The choice is huge from beauty, DIY and heart favours, through to edible favours, puzzles, magnets, stickers, chocolates, as well as really fun ones to keep the children amused.
Here’s some great ideas from businesses offering wedding favours based in the West Midlands from places like Birmingham, Wolverhampton, Coventry, Worcestershire, Gloucestershire, Herefordshire, Warwick, Shrewsbury and Stratford, whom you might want to get in touch with...
Don't forget to mention Your West Midlands Wedding magazine when contacting a business offering wedding favours.
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Keep your wedding guests warm this winter
Putting the chocolate back into drinking chocolate with their unique fine beads, Cocoa Canopy are making winter weddings super cosy with its sample-szie offering. Perfect for winter wedding favours, they offer the ultimate in comforting hot chocolates, guaranteed to put a smile on the receiver's face! Cocoa Canopy is the only UK drinking chocolate brand to craft unique fine chocolate beads for beautifully smooth, real chocolate drinks made from only a handful of sustainably sourced ingredients.
Posted: 13 January 2023
Luluh Lane is offering a new luxury candle
Luluh Lane, an eco-conscious luxury home fragrance and jewellery brand in Shropshire, is offering a new luxury candle. Featuring a crackling infinity wooden wick, the candle offers a seductive scent and includes aphrodisiac oils that help reduce stress and tension.
Using aromatherapy, Luluh Lane have been able to infuse their home fragrance products with the perfect blend of scents to help you de-stress. Emma Moss, the founder and CEO of Luluh Lane, said: "For most, pandemic induced lockdowns created an atmosphere of uncertainty, fear and anxiety. Stress caused by these factors, combined with the inability to experience new things together, significantly impacted relationships, and it was clear within my friendship circle that most of us felt that the romance in our relationships had fizzled out."
Posted: 3 November 2022
What your wedding favours say about you
The wholesale experts at WholesaleSweets.co.uk have looked at the sweet treats a couple chooses and what it says about them. Wedding favours are usually a small, fun and sweet way of saying thank you to guests for attending a wedding. Traditionally wedding favours were sugared coated almonds but over the years people have put their own spin on wedding favours and now give out things like sweets, jars of honey or jam and even mini shots. Kathryn Hague from Wholesale Sweets said: "Wedding favours have been around for years and it's really interesting to see what people choose for them these days.
Posted: 19 July 2022
New wedding favour collection from Macmillan Cancer Support
Macmillan's new collection of wedding favours are beautifully crafted and are a great way to thank guests, honour absent friends and raise money for the growing number of people living with cancer in the UK. new range this year includes something to suit every taste, including a variety of cultural and religious favours and rainbow pin badges. 100% of the profits of every wedding favour purchase from Macmillan's shop will help the charity to continue doing whatever it takes to support the millions of people living with cancer across the UK.
Posted: 27 June 2022
New wedding range from Timothy Taylor's
With 2022 set to be a big year for weddings, with many delayed due to the pandemic, personalised details have been named as a big trend by Etsy, who reported a 107% increase in searches for custom wedding favours. This is clear from what people are searching for on social as well, with the hashtag #weddingfavours featuring in over 450,000 Instagram posts. People are looking for ways to make their big day extra special, whether that's finding gifts for those who've helped with the planning, exploring unique ways to decorate tables, or looking for presents for brides and grooms. Timothy Taylor's personalised range can be appreciated by all lovers of great-tasting, Yorkshire ale.
Posted: 27 May 2022
Honeywell Biscuit Co's new wedding range
Honeywell Biscuit Co has launched a new range of seasonal and bespoke wedding biscuits - perfect as favours, place settings and gifts for the bridal party! Nestled in the heart of the Northamptonshire countryside, the bakery is home to more than 2,000 cookie cutters and a team of biscuit artists creating beautifully decorated biscuits for weddings up and down the country. When it comes to flavours and favour designs the team have taken on everything from the traditional to the weird and the wonderful. Various biscuit flavours are available from popular vanilla to gingerbread and all are suitable for vegetarians, vegan biscuits can be organised too.
Posted: 21 April 2022
Elephant Gin's beautiful personalised gifts that give back
Fresh from winning Taste Master at The Spirits Business' Gin Masters Awards 2021, having been awarded the world's best gin by a panel of independent judges who described the gin as simply "stunning". 2022 sees the lauded brand offer their gin in stylish gifting options with a personalised dedication and miniature bottles which are great as wedding favours. Elephant Gin offers a gift that both tastes great and is one of a kind, 15% of the profit from each bottle also gives back to foundations that work to protect African elephants (they've raised nearly £1m to date)
Posted: 7 April 2022
Rosie Ginday MBE from Miss Macaroon has won the Gaia Award
Rosie Ginday MBE is the founder of Miss Macaroon, a Birmingham-based business that funds youth work for some of Birmingham's most marginalised young people. At the end of last year, Rosie won the Gaia Award at the 2021 NatWest everywoman Awards. This is awarded to an inspirational founder of a social enterprise who has combined strong community benefit with a sustainable business model. Rosie makes and sells macaroons to clients, and all sales fund Rosie's 'Macaroons Make a Difference' scheme, which provides retail and kitchen-based training, employment and work experience for 18–35-year-olds.
Posted: 17 March 2022
Yeti & The Fox is a simple yet effective pharmaceutical-free solution to the dreaded hangover. With many couples choosing to opt for hangover survival kit-style wedding favours (we love this idea) Yeti & The Fox is a must-have addition. Here comes the science bit! S-acetyl gluthione is the body's main natural antioxidant and immune system booster helping the body stay healthy. When combined with N-acetyl cysteine and vitamin B6, it becomes highly effective and fighting toxins ingested via food and drink. Glutathione is in fact needed by our bodies to break down toxic substance acetaldehyde the offending substance produced as alcohol is broken down by the liver. It's also to blame for liver damage and many of the most hideous symptoms experienced during a hangover. So, with the acetaldehyde-busting ingredient glutathione being at the core of Yeti & Fox it's clear to see why it works!
Posted: 16 December 2021
The Cotswolds Baking Workshop is offering a range of fun workshops
Passionate baker and former primary school teacher, Susie from The Cotswolds Baking Workshop started her baking workshops online via zoom in January 2021. Now restrictions have been lifted, Susie offers face-to-face American, British and French baking workshops for up to six people from her home kitchen in Shipston-on-Stour. Using as many locally sourced ingredients and fresh produce as possible, Susie's informal, fun, and informative hands-on workshops suit all abilities from basic skills for novice bakers to more advanced baking techniques.
Posted: 2 December 2021