Glass Wedding Favors

For many brides and grooms, giving guests glass wedding favors just makes sense. Glass is beautiful and very versatile. It can be given away at formal events or even at simple housewarming wedding receptions. The good news is that glass is one of the more inexpensive options too. There are a few things to think about when buying glass, though. Specifically, you want to be sure that you buy quality products and if you are buying in bulk that anything that is broken may be returned.

Ideas For Glass Wedding Favors

When shopping for glass wedding gifts for guests, there are several things you will find out. First, you will find that a variety of designs can be found in glass, including those that are a bit more ornate. Second, you will find that glass can be expensive if it is hand blown. Keep those items in mind. Here are some ideas to think about:

Creme and gold ribbon wedding cake.

  • Glass wedding favors can be simplistic, such as giving a set of glass coasters to your guests. These are nice because they can often be engraved with your special message.
  • Glass statues and figures are also common wedding gifts done in glass. When purchasing these, you may want to choose those that have gold edging on them for a bit of a more elegant look.
  • Simple things, such as a simple stemmed rose, can look amazing in colored glass. You can often find many favors available using colored glass. This is a great look especially if your wedding colors can be matched.

bride and groom at wedding.

Tie In Your Theme

Blue aqua wedding cake.

One of the best ways to increase the value of any of the wedding gifts you give to your guests is to tie in the look and theme of your wedding to the item. This way, they will definitely remember the event. For example, if you are having a Disney themed wedding, be sure your glass wedding favors are Disney related.

Have fun when selecting glass wedding favors. If you are worried about them breaking, look for a heavier option and be sure to ask for returns if they arrive damaged.

Bride laying on bed.
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