Wedding favours are small gifts given to guests as a token of appreciation from the newly married couple and really helps with your table dressing. A thoughtful and unusual wedding favour will be appreciated, remembered and will add a touch of fun to the occasion.
The choice is huge from beauty, DIY and heart favours, through to edible favours, puzzles, magnets, stickers, chocolates, as well as really fun ones to keep the children amused.
Here’s some great ideas from businesses offering wedding favours based in the North East from places like Newcastle, Sunderland, Durham, Middlesbrough, Tyneside and Northumberland, whom you might want to get in touch with...
Don't forget to mention Your North East Wedding magazine when contacting a business offering wedding favours.
Located in Northumberland, Oakwood Soaperie creates soap wedding favours using natural and plant-based ingredients. The service is proving more popular than ever before, which is why the company will be adding new options soon including luxurious and custom-wrapped half-size bars that can be tailored to match any colour scheme. There's also a rustic option that includes a choice of soap in a white cotton muslin bag, featuring the company's logo and the couple's name, wedding date or a special message. Oakwood Soaperie's owner Ceri Aitman started the businessback in 2010 and specialises in cold process soaps and deluxe bath products. She says, "I'm finding more couples are getting in touch regarding ethical and handmade choices for their weddings this year – something we're all about that here at Oakwood Soaperie."... read more
Posted: 5 August 2021
When it comes to sourcing the perfect favours, it's so important to find a trustworthy company with a passion for what they do. We caught up with the owner of Oakwood Soaperie, Ceri Aitman, to discover what they offer couples on their special day. Read what Ceri has to say below. "Being creative has been a passion of mine for most of my life. I've made things from scratch for as long as I can remember, starting with simple balms using beeswax and rosewater.... read more
Posted: 22 July 2021
As we excitedly continue our journey on the roadmap out of lockdown and back to normality; here at County Wedding Magazines HQ we're thrilled about every step towards weddings resuming to their brilliant best. What's more, wedding planning is in full swing now for those tying the knot from the summer and beyond, and what better place to start then choosing delectable sweet treats for your wedding day? A definite must-have! Petite, chic, colourful and oh-so divine macarons really are the perfect accompaniment to nuptials. Whether you have a showstopping tower to represent your wedding cake, or individual treats for favours the choice are endless – they can even be personalised. London's Oh La La! Macarons create picture-perfect bespoke macarons, designed to bring fun and joy to your special day.Handmade in Bloomsbury and naturally gluten-free, its irresistible bites of goodness are whipped up with a higher content of almond than most and filled with deliciously light buttercream frosting.... read more
Posted: 3 May 2021
Giving your guests a small gift or favour has been a tradition at weddings for hundreds of years. Sugared almonds symbolised fertility, health, wealth, happiness and long life and have been a popular option with brides and grooms for many years, but now couples often like to give something a little more exciting.... read more
Posted: 20 August 2020
As the wedding industry is worth a whopping £10 billion, one thing is for sure – there's no shortage of people getting married! Armathwaite Hall look through the last century at how weddings and their traditions have evolved and what has remained the same.... read more
Posted: 6 April 2020
For couples looking for a more meaningful way to thank their guests this wedding season, Cancer Research UK has an impressive selection of eye-catching favours to help fund life-saving research.... read more
Posted: 11 March 2020