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Wedding Favor


Our famous Benne Wafer in a special 2 oz package perfect for a wedding favor or item for any party. Your guests will enjoy this special piece of Charleston history while celebrating your event. Our Benne Wafers are renowned throughout Charleston and the Lowcountry. The benne seed; arrived to Charleston from Africa sometime in the early 1700's. The Benne Wafer is a sweet, salty and nutty flavored crisp wafer. Our Benne Wafer is adapted from old, traditional recipes and produced in our own bakery for an authentic flavor. A great addition to any Lowcountry wedding celebration. Label options and quantity discounts available. 2 oz package. **Please allow at least 10 days for preparation prior to shipping




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Custom oyster knives come in three styles but the decoration is infinite. Our two styles of wood-handled shuckers, the Frenchman and New Haven, feature an engraved handle that is traditional and harkens back to a simpler era. Both of these classic knives, with their wood and stainless steel construction, will compliment any place setting, color palette, and theme. Tastefully muted tones of raffia ribbon look great tied around our wooden knives. Little bottles of Tabasco Sauce paired with our knives is a fun and memorable presentation. Couples that have a raw bar at their wedding use our knives to tie their whole reception together. I ordered these oyster knives as a favor for an oyster roast bridal shower. I was very impressed with the service, design, and responsiveness of Bay Imprint. They knives turned out absolutely fantastic. The quality is great and held up to lots of oyster shucking at the party (and will for years to come)! Lots of guests commented and wanted to know where I got them from. Highly recommend! Imogen


Parents of brides and grooms choose to use our customized knives as rehearsal oyster roast favors which we commonly customize with an individual name or role (think: Best Man, Father of the Bride, Father of the Groom). Our knives also make for a clever save-the-date which will surely entice any guest.


In addition to our engraved knives, our third and newest knife is our PearlPro Professional style knife that we decorate in full-color. With full color decoration, wedding planners and couples are putting their wedding logo on each knife handle. By using full-color, your invitations can match your table setting which can now match the imprint on the handle of these knives. When color plays a big part in your wedding, we'll make sure your favor does not fall short. We'd love to see your wedding logo and see how we can help outfit your guests with a new utensil they'll be sure to keep around until your Pearl Anniversary (that's 30 years in case you were wondering)!


Because orchids are associated with love and beauty, it has made them a preferred choice of flowers for weddings. Their exotic beauty creates an inviting and glamorous atmosphere in both indoor and outdoor wedding venues. Orchids are commonly used in bridal bouquets, corsages, boutonnieres, centerpieces on reception tables, and as wedding props. However, if you really want to leave a pleasant and lasting impression on your wedding guests, we suggest that you give them mini orchids as wedding favors.


Mini Phalaenopsis orchids are usually no more than 12 inches tall, and they can fit into a small pot that can be easily carried in one hand. Unlike other common wedding favors such as chocolates, cookies and bouquets, mini orchids can last for a long time, and they may remind your guests of your wedding day when they look at them. Plus, a wedding reception table full of orchids looks so luxurious!


Planning a day for the Bride is no easy feat. Lady Yum makes it easy with customizable towers and favors. Offering a very unique gift that takes into consideration the bride's personality and some of her favorite things (macarons).


Our creamy linen signature favor box contains two pieces of any of our signature chocolates. Each box is hand-tied with the satin ribbon color of your choice and are perfect for table settings, wedding party gifts, welcome bags or for reception for take-aways.


Popular as wedding, gift, and hotel favor, our gift favor bag contains approximately 4-5 cookies for a little taste of the South! We can create gift favor bags with Benne Wafers or Carolina Key Lime cookies.


Before you buy any candy, make sure you first consider all the factors that will either make it a hit or a flop. The best wedding favor is a gift that accounts for what your guests enjoy, but also fits in with the setting of your day. Here are some questions you need to ask yourself to get started.


Hosting a less traditional wedding and looking for colored candy for wedding favors that stands out? There are plenty of fun colorful candies you can choose from in a variety of flavors that are sure to make your guests smile. Our favorite colored candy options include:


Depending on how crafty you are, there are plenty of great DIY ideas for creating your wedding favors. Or you can easily buy clever and personalized accessories and just enlist a few friends to help put it all together. Below are some of our favorite tips for putting it all together.Put It In a Ready-Made Box or Bag


It is traditional in some[which?] Western cultures for the guests at bridal showers and weddings to receive party favors; these vary in price and durability in accordance with the desires and budget of the host or hostess. This practice has spread to many other formal occasions such as baby showers, engagement parties, retirement parties, anniversaries, and holiday gatherings.


For small social gatherings such as birthday parties, guests may receive a simple and inexpensive favor such as a small toy. In some cases guests might receive a small "gift bag", or "party bag" with a handful of favors, toys or trinkets, candy, pencils or other small gifts. Occasions such as birthday parties, seasonal parties, unique events such as a Bar/Bat Mitzvah or Christening are a few social gatherings where favors may be appropriate.


The tradition of distributing wedding favors is hundreds of years old. It is believed that the first wedding favor, common amongst European aristocrats, was known as a bonbonniere. A bonbonniere is a small trinket box that was made of crystal, porcelain, and/or precious stones. The contents of these precious boxes were generally sugar cubes or delicate confections, which symbolize wealth and royalty.


Today, gifts to guests are commonly known as wedding favors and are shared in cultures worldwide. Wedding favors have become a part of wedding reception planning, especially in the United States and Canada. Wedding favors are diverse and usually complement the theme or season of the event. Classic favors can range from the classic sugared almonds or individual chocolates to candles and scented soaps. Modern gift trends include: CDs with the favorite music of the bride and groom, shot glasses filled with colored candy or a charitable donation in the name of their guests. Gifts may also be personalized with the couple's or guest's names, initials or the wedding date.


The choice of favors is personal to the hosts, who might make or buy party favors for their event. The main factors in this decision are budget, the number of guests, the longevity or shelf life of the chosen favor, and the time available for making or shopping for favors. The longevity of the favor depends on whether or not it is edible or would otherwise spoil, such as fresh flowers.[citation needed]


Party favors may also refer to ephemeral items which help partygoers celebrate, but which are not meant to be lasting souvenirs. Examples include but are not limited to party hats, balloons, noisemakers, party horns (paper tubes that unroll when blown into), Christmas crackers, plastic leis, glow sticks, deely bobbers, and streamers and other kinds of confetti.[citation needed]


With the newly fallen snow already melting away, we here at Tapestry House are anxiously awaiting the Spring wedding season! In the mean time, we hope to keep our followers up-to-date on some of the latest wedding trends! Recently, we have seen some fantastic wedding favor ideas that we wanted to share with all of you! Hopefully, these ideas may help you pick a favor for your guests that is fun, yet fits in your budget!


Have a candy bar! Very similar to the popcorn bar, have many different candy options for guests to choose from displayed in beautiful glass jars! Let guests pick their favorites and take home a bag of candies that they can munch on all night! This is a favor idea that you know they will use!


3.Tea or coffee! You could buy some tea bags or coffee and place them in small cello bags. Cut some cute labels or paper and staple the bag shut! Or, buy some ribbon (in your wedding color if you want) and tie a small bag with coffee or tea bags inside. So simple and so cute.


4.Soda pop: Buy some old-fashioned bottles and create some cute labels. Whether you want to buy soda or create your own flavor (tip: pour some seltzer and add juice or herbs, like mint), small bottles of soda add a fun touch to your wedding.


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Heart Wine Stopper Great quality Vintage Wine Bottle Stopper and fast shipping! My guests are going to love getting this useful favor! It's going to make a great gift and something special for us to keep from our wedding day!Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer) Jen from Phoenix, AZ. on 9/11/2021


If your wedding is during the COVID-19 pandemic, think of masks as a wedding favor alternative that has health and safety benefits. While many couples opt to postpone or hold off their nuptials, some are getting married in scaled-down events, hosting socially distanced weddings, or planning micro weddings. While guests will likely bring their own mask, you can get creative with wedding masks. Think matching them to your wedding colors or ordering designs with fun phrases on them. It will make wedding photos memorable. 041b061a72


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