Favors for wedding guests get personal, creative

We have noticed that guest favors for weddings have become more thought out. Items purchased have the couples sentiments, values or beliefs.

Jillian Mackey had seen wedding favors that seemed like an afterthought, and she knew she did not want to give one of those — an impractical trinket that would likely get tossed in the trash or thrown in a drawer.

So during her year-long engagement to Jason Simms, the couple picked blackberries, strawberries and rhubarb in Oregon, where they lived; gathered cactus pears in New Mexico, where he grew up; and plucked blueberries and apricots when they relocated to her home state, Connecticut. By the time they married on Aug. 2 in New Haven, Conn., the bride, who learned to make jam as a girl, had turned their bounty into dozens of jars of jam for their 135 wedding guests.

This article is a good read about unique favors. Check it out: http://www.philly.com/philly/home/Favors_for_wedding_guests_get_personal_creative.html

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