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From food stations to fresh blooms and plants your guests can take home, these wedding favour booths bring a fun and interactive experience to your celebration.
Get your friends and family concoct their very own tea blend. Leave small burlap or paper bags around so they can bring their blends home, or have hot water on hand so they can savour their concoctions on the spot. See also: YUMMY AND PRETTY! 11 WEDDING FAVOURS YOUR GUESTS WILL LOVE Image: @styledstory/Instagram We can never get sick of succulents at weddings! Not only are they adorable, they're versatile too and make for great wedding decor, centrepieces and small gifts your guests can take home. Image: @wulalalaaa/Instagram Here's one you can DIY yourself - all you have to do is purchase the assortment of nuts, murukku and beans and leave them in jars together with food-grade paper cones. But if you'd like to rent a cart like this or have a stall with an operator, you can check out vendors like Kooo.eh, Partymojo and Jo and Jars. Image: @kooo.eh/Instagram Fresh cut blooms are lovely but might prove to be costly, especially if you have a larger guest list. A foliage bar is equally lovely, and can last longer than flowers. But do take note some types of foliage can rack up costs even higher than flowers! Don't stick to greens, think reds and browns for a lovely autumn or rustic feel, or even throw in some filler flowers! Image: @insidetheknot/Instagram Get your guests playing florist with an assortment of colourful blooms. This one's getting to be super popular with weddings, and we're not surprised. Who wouldn't like to bring home a clutch of fresh flowers? Tip: To cut costs, these can be repurposed from your morning ceremony decor for your reception. But be sure to check that none of your guests have allergies. Also check out these affordable flowers that are just as pretty! Image: @chereweddingsevents/Instagram Bottled favours are both practical and adorable - they can be anything from cordials to fruit liqueurs or oils. To make it fun and interactive, have a variety of options available from barrels or dispensers so guests can pick their faves and fill up the bottles themselves. DIY-ing your wedding favours? Check out these ones that won't end up in the bin! Image: @aloveknot/Instagram Flipping Notes' bespoke Craft bar allows guests to create their very own favours - think sachets which guests can fill with French lavender or rose petals, crafted diffuser reeds in different colours that can be wrapped like mini bouquets, canvas embroidery rings that guests can ink their initials on and even terrariums that can be filled with paper or silk flowers, beads and more. Image: @flippingnotes/Instagram
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