You have no items in your shopping cart.
It was really exciting to visit Spring Fair at the NEC recently, and see all the latest ideas and trends.
For those who don’t know, it’s a massive gathering of people, with a huge mix of offerings – from new products for the home and garden, through to gift ideas, DIY innovations, retail solutions, contemporary gifts and party ideas. Continue reading
It’s part of a long-established tradition. The wedding table, in all its finery, always contains a little gift for the guests.
As UK suppliers of wedding favours, we’ve seen over the years how a wedding favour can personalise a place setting, and liven up a table, as well as providing a lovely memento of your special day. They’re a way for the bride and groom to thank their guests for sharing such a special day – and many years ago, when people were more superstitious, they were regarded as a symbol of good luck. People reasoned that if they shared their luck with others, they would share their luck with them.
All very good reasons to include favours in your wedding – but what about its origins?