Get pretty, practical wedding favours at these 10 Singapore shops
A Love Knot
If you want to thank your guests with yummy edible favours, put A Love Knot on your radar. It packages treats – it supplies everything from bottled kaya, mixed nuts and gourmet oils, to cordials and honey – with customised labels and wrappers that’ll be sure to get your guests oohing and aahhing.
Think of it as a dessert table spread but with gifts your guests can bring home. Instead of individual favours at each place setting, Favor Table lets you customise your own table of favours that include tote bags, notebooks, mixed nuts in jars, and succulents. Plus, the team will dress up the table in the prettiest rustic or classic theme, too.
So this is strictly for those of you with an adults-only guest list. And since nothing gets a party started like booze, what better than mini bottles of liqueurs, whiskey or bubbly to shake up the mood of your celebration!
For wedding favours with a luxurious touch, consider Clipper Tea & Co. The artisanal tea company offers tea-rrific options for your special celebration. Choose from poches or mini tins that can personalised. Or get customised hampers or boxes as fabulous gifts for your parents or bridal party.
Visit https://clippertea.com.sg or its flagship store at #B4-07 Ion Orchard.
End your wedding on a nostalgic note with these traditional goodies by Flavour Favours. Baked by trad Hokkien cake shop Tan Hock Seng, these include beautifully packaged snacks like Yun Pian Gao, peanut brittle, assorted candies as well as bean paste pastries that will delight both adults and kids.
Visit 21A Kreta Ayer Rd, tel: 8533-9916 or www.ffavours.com.
You probably won’t need further introduction to this local lifestyle store, but here’s where you can get wedding favours too. Bulk purchases from various brands stocked at Naiise can be arranged (from artisanal jams to Singapore-themed prints and knickknacks) and they’ll be able to help with customisation, too.
Whipped Love Wedding Co.
More geared towards Malay weddings, you’ll find halal edible favours like cookies and pretzels as well as Ajwa dates, and Muslim prayer mats.
Zu, who handcrafts all wedding favours, also creates Bunga Rampai (potpourri or an assortment of wedding flowers passed around by the bride and groom after the solemnisation ceremony to close relatives at Malay weddings).
Couples planning a whimsical or quirky party will say Yes to Do Me A Favor’s adorably packaged gifts. There are mini bottles of Nutella, candy, and chocolates, and mini popcorn boxes, too.
Macarons and chocolates are common favour options, but if you’re all about healthy munchies, check out Box Green’s range of delicious options your guests won’t say no to! Think veggie and fruit chips, tasty flavoured nut and berry mixes and soya crisps.
For bulk purchase, its Snack Station is priced at $99 for 50 snack packs (about $1.98 per pack) which consists of both sweet and savoury snacks from dried fruits to veggie chips. Packaging-wise, its matte packaging with whimsical illustrations is totally wedding-worthy, but if you’re looking to add a personalised touch, simply print your own wedding stickers and paste them on!
Send guests off on a sweet note – literally. HoneySpree packages its sustainably sourced multi floral honey in mini bottles wrapped in the prettiest packaging – from tropical wraps to Chinese Xi motifs. You can also customise your own with orders above $200.
Plus, S$0.30 from each mini honey jar sold goes its network of Stay-At-Home and single mothers who handwrapped the mini honey jars.