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Part of your wedding budget should include wedding favors. Keep in mind you don’t have to spend a great deal of money or have anything elaborate—even small pieces of candy wrapped in cellophane or small candles or personalized bookmarks are perfect as wedding favors. The key is to simply give your guests a little something to take home in appreciation for their attendance and participation in your special day.

Putting Together Cheap Wedding Favors

For those who are creative you can save a great deal of money on wedding favors if you make the favors yourself inst4ead of buying them already constructed. One of the best places to find things to include in wedding favors is in various dollar stores and bazaars. You can find new items rather cheap and if you’re creative or know someone who is you can put together some very nice cheap wedding favors. It is unnecessary to spend a great deal of money on favors since they are just intended to be tokens of appreciation.Cheap Wedding Favors can be bought wholesale but if you want to save more money, you can (do-it-yourself) DIY to make homemade personalized party favors.

Save Money by Ordering in Quantity

Another way to save money on the gifts for your guests is to order in quantity. Instead of trying to make several different types of wedding favors you can make the same for everyone and order the supplies you need in larger quantities and save money. You can buy small candles, candies, key rings or any number of small items to place on the tables of your guests. Some people even small bottles of perfume for the ladies or bottles of wine, decorated or personalized, and maybe a small tool for the men.

Wedding Favors Are Only Tokens

One thing to keep in mind is that your wedding favors are just small tokens so you don’t need to go to a lot of trouble and expense to make or buy them. Your guests do not expect a huge gift from the bride and groom and expect only a small token of appreciation that simply says, “thank you for sharing this day with us.” Anything more elaborate will be unexpected and inappropriate for the occasion. Rule of thumb: Keep it simple.

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