If you’re still trying to decide what wedding favors to give out for your wedding but you simply can’t find ideas that you feel are glamorous or elegant enough, you’re in the right place! You certainly don’t have to stick with the cookie-cutter wedding favor ideas for your wedding, and it’s refreshing for the bride and groom to think outside the box. Check out the following for some absolutely glamorous wedding favor ideas:
Candles are practically a given when it comes to wedding décor; tall tapered candles, large pillar candles, floating candles and tealites. They are certainly a large part of the overall feel of the décor. Carved candles aren’t typically considered when one plans a wedding, but they definitely should be. We’ve gathered some of our favorite examples of stunning carved candles to show you why they should be added to your wedding décor!
Vintage and sentimental items are not automatically similar but it is undeniable that if they’re both present, they do work together pretty well. Especially when it comes to something very personal to the bride, like her wedding gown. At first it may seem that our bride’s wedding gown was intentionally designed to look a little bit old-fashioned but in fact it’s more of a sentimental choice, for a part of it actually came from the bride’s mom’s gown way back. The idea to have a part of your parent’s wedding in your own is something not every couple are given the opportunity to have, so it’s heartwarming when a bride and groom decides to incorporate their parent’s history into the start of their future.
This photoshoot is filled with sweet and soft details accented by dark and edgy hints. From the bridal gowns and dresses to the table pieces, everything just screams chic. The outfits’ designs are beautifully feminine but it’s either they’re paired with something that has a touch of black or it is black. The food and table details are in pink and black, which may sound unappetizing but once you look at them, they will be sure to bring out your sweet tooth. Despite the darkness and lack of appeal of the said shade as a traditional wedding palette, when used at good moderation, it can actually make your event classy. Besides, completely soft hues are not really for every bride.