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Homemade Wedding Favors – Pre-Wedding De-Stressing!

Homemade wedding favors are a uniquely personal way to say thank you to your guests for sharing in your special day.  This mechanised age has made us long for more personal products, leading to a great choice of wedding favor crafts for the couple who want to use homemade wedding favors to add a more intimate touch to their day.  In the hectic build up to the most important day of your life, homemade wedding favors can afford the ideal opportunity to relax, create, and have some fun.


Homemade wedding favors might get crossed all too easily from the busy couple’s wedding plans.  With full time jobs and hectic social lives, who wants to add more work to their lot by producing homemade wedding favors?


This might be a valid point for those brides and grooms who aren’t naturally creative, but homemade wedding favors can provide a unique opportunity to slow down and enjoy working on creating your special day. Homemade wedding favors allow you to get hands on, and regardless of your ability, the fantastic range of wedding favor crafts available today will offer you the tools to create memorable homemade wedding favors.


But how on earth do you find the time to make your homemade wedding favors? The answer is you make time. Planning a wedding is undoubtedly a stressful time, and without taking some time out, you won’t make it through the day in one piece. Using wedding favor crafts to make your own favors allows you to reconnect with your planning in a more creative and less stressful way, reminding you of all your wedding day should be about.


Homemade wedding favors are an enormously special way to thank your guests for helping your celebrate this momentous occasion. But there is another side to homemade wedding favors too – so get out the craft box and get working. You’ll be ready to get back to that wedding list in no time.


You can find craft ideas from visiting many wedding sites such as The Knot or reading through bridal magazines; or you can check out our wedding favors at 123wrapper.com.  Brides can find all of their supplies from the local craft stores like Michaels or A.C. Moore Arts & Craft.  Consider purchasing monogram or personalized tags or labels to add that special personal touch to any favor.  Consider how much of a difference adding a colorful personalized sticker and a bow to a plain white favor box would make.


Homemade wedding favors can be inexpensive trinkets that can remind guests of your memorable day.  Find a list of crafty ideas Here.

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