Wedding Flower Favors

Wedding flower favors are usually gifts or presents given to the wedding guest as a sign of gratitude for attending the marriage. They are usually given by the bride and bridegroom. The trend of wedding favor is prevalent since ancient times. The first wedding favor amongst the European was bonbonniere. Nowadays wedding favor has been a part of wedding all over the world. The couples prefer to gift favor according to the marriage theme. The most popular wedding favors are personalized pens, candles, vases, goblets and wedding flowers. Wedding flowers favor creates long cherished memories of your wedding for many years to come.

For example: if you receive lily as a wedding favor you can plant it indoor or outdoor. It will hardly take 8 weeks time to bloom. Moreover this blooming lily will always remind you of the wedding.

The most preferred wedding flower favors are calla lily, gerbera daisy, tulips, rose petal seed favor, unique tea wedding favor etc.
Flower Wedding Favor can be presented in various ways. For example:

Artificial flowers can be used in the miniature frames along its edges. It gives an elegant look to the wedding celebrations.


A lily or rose can be placed on the plate or chair of the wedding guest.


Petals of the flowers are also the perfect wedding favors for the wedding guest. You can wrap the petals in organza bag.


Flower ornamentation has become a part of every wedding favor. Personalized ribbon looks excellent when it is tied with small beautiful flowers.

A candle with floral aroma engulfs in it both the stylishness of flowers and romance of candlelight. These candles usually have flower petals fluxed in the wax.

With a little bit of imagination, flowers can be made unique and elegant wedding favors. Floral wedding favors are the most unique way to thank your wedding guest for becoming a part of your marriage

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