It is always fun to be as creative as possible with wedding favours – they are a great talking point for guests (especially when you don’t know everyone at the table!) and a really fun way to thank your guests for being there on your big day! It is a competitive market out there to have the best favours so here is a round up of some interesting and unique options to wow your guests!
As your guests have travelled far to be with you on your special day, ditch the little favour on the table and instead offer them an island experience to enjoy! Ask everyone to keep one day free over the wedding celebrations and surprise them with a catamaran cruise, an island safari or a rum tour!
Here at Caribbean Confetti we are flower lovers! Take this to the table and give your guests mini succulent as their wedding favour! This is a great way to add greenery and interest to your tables and they double up as a gift! Alternatively you can set up a cute stand with succulents for each of your guests!
Being in the home of rum, why not offer guests a mini rum at their place setting! Barbados is the home of rum so feature this as your favour and choose which brand you would like to offer! Package the mini rum with a cute label and perhaps a rum punch recipe!
Send your guests home with some art! Look for postcard sized paintings from local artists and send them home with something truly special! This is a favour they will have forever and you could write a personal note on the back of the painting!
Bring island life to the table and give your guests something fun and truly unique – a message in a bottle favour! Write a personal note to each guest and place in within the bottle! This is a really cute and personal gesture for your guests!
A meaningful favour is a charity donation. Choose a charity close to your hearts and offer the wedding favour budget to this charity. If you would like to donate to a Barbados charity, the Barbados Sea Turtle Project is a fantastic organisation working to conserve and protect sea turtles here in Barbados or the Barbados RSPCA are always in need of donations.