Browsing Tag


Flower Guide

5 Wedding Favours Under $10

June 18, 2016

Let’s start this post off by stating that weddings don’t cost a lot. Weddings cost a FORTUNE. Of course, it all depends on what kind of a wedding you’re having, how much guests you’re going to invite, where the venue is and many other factors, but when it all comes together, it’s still quite a figure.

But if there’s one element in your wedding that you can’t avoid, those are wedding favours. They are small tokens of appreciation that also make a great memory for your guests. Luckily, there are ways to pinch a few pennies and still gift your guest’s something cute, fun or chic. We’ve searched the web high and low, and found the cutest 5 wedding favours under $10.


  1. Yummy Macaroons

Sweets are always a good gift no matter what the occasion is, and this is literally the sweetest gift you can give to your guests as wedding favours. Macaroons are affordable, and even without a fancy packaging they look amazingly cute.


Photo By LightInTheBox

  1. Matchy Salt Pepper Shakers

This is both an eye-catching and useful gift. Salt and pepper shakers don’t really sound like a big deal, but if they are matching and have a cute and romantic look to them, it’s a great wedding favour.


Photo By LightInTheBox

  1. Heart Tea Infusers

Being quite inexpensive and cute, they make a great wedding favour especially if you’re having a garden wedding, where everything is decorated to appear rustic or vintage. Tea lovers will definitely find these little gems to be their cup of tea.


Image Sources: Linda Chaja and Wedding Chicks

  1. Etched Mason Jars

Mason jars are an absolute hit, and they can be used for just about anything. Grab an etching kit, mason jars and a couple of your besties, and you can make personalised mason jars for all of your guests. Cute as decor, practical for drinks and awesome as a memory.


  1. Candles

There are so many ways to package candles and make them a cute, yet inexpensive wedding favour. Make sure to choose a scent that means something to you, or maybe represents the scent of the season your wedding took place in so that the gifts still has a meaning behind it.


The essence of wedding favours is to show appreciation for your guests and thank them for making this occasion special by honouring you with their presence. That’s why wedding favours don’t have to be expensive at all because it’s not about the material worth, but rather sentimental worth.

Flower Guide

How to Personalise Your Wedding

April 15, 2016

That special day is coming up and you’re still scrolling through Pinterest trying to find the right theme for your wedding? It’s time to stop scrolling and take a deep breath. First of all, your wedding is your special day and you should tailor it to your desires. So, how do you incorporate your love story and personality into the wedding? Here are a few ideas that might point you in the right direction.

Story-Time Aisle Runner

The moment you walk down the isle can be personalised as well! Think of incorporating your love story in the aisle runner, or make it stand out by using different materials and decoration pieces to change a boring, old carpet into a fascinating runner that will reflect both of your personalities.


Wedding Favors

If you’re determined the create wedding favors for all your guests, try to invest some time and creativity into each one. It can be a mixture of both what you like, and what the guests will want to cherish as a sweet memory. For example, you’re a Lakers fan. Why not include something with their logo on it?



Fun Performance

Usually, weddings host a romantic band that plays all your favourite songs, but if you really want to customize your entire ceremony and venue have someone near and dear to you recite a funny poem dedicated to you or a dance performance if one of your friends or family members is a dancer.

Personalised Slideshow

Certain couples include photos of their entire family and display it so everyone can see. Now, if you really want to be creative, why not grab photos of your entire wedding party, and make them as funny and weird as they can be. This way, you’ll incorporate a little bit of fun and comedy into your wedding. And if you really have a knack for humour, why not?



Food Fun

If you are able to hire a chef that can transform an ordinary food plate into a creative and magical reflection of your personality or hobbies, then go ahead and do it. You’d be amazed how an ordinary dish presented with a little bit of creativity can influence the entire atmosphere during dinner.


Weddings are, after all, a reflection of your life and love, and why not step outside the box and truly make it your own. Don’t be afraid of what people are going to think, the only thing that matters is that you make it your own and everyone else is going to appreciate it.