When it comes to wedding favors there is so much to choose from and some people are now opting to not even include favors into their wedding. You can still include favors into your wedding reception at an inexpensive cost and add something personal to it. When it comes to favors the two things most people consider is the cost and if the attendees will actually use the favor. Why spend money on something someone's going to toss or never use? There are many options to choose from and if you don't like any of the suggestions there is always your imagination to think of something you or you and your fiance like and would like to share with your guests. You can buy many of these items at dollar stores, wal-mart or other inexpensive retail stores. Many of these items you can make yourself. Here are some good inexpensive ideas:
A plastic spoon with Hershey kisses on the spoon and tulle wrapped around, with a note to read: "A spoonful of kisses, from the Mr. and Mrs."
5 jordan almonds in tulle or in small bag or in a jordan almond flower, with this poem attached:
Five Jordan almonds for each guest to eat
reminds us that life is both bitter and sweet.
Five wishes for the new husband and wife...
health, wealth, happiness, children, and long life!
Personalized M&M's candy in small bags or tins.
Candy wrapped in personalized wrappers, like hershey chocolate bars.
A $1 lottery ticket for each person.
A paper with a poem, picture of the two of you or your story of love that you can fold into a scroll. You can wrap the scroll up and buy the fake plastic wedding rings to slip around the scroll to hold it together.
A hand fan for guests to fan themselves, perhaps for an outdoor wedding.
A pinwheel with your colors or bright colors.
Bubbles, a small bell or whistle or other small noise making favor.
Candles with hearts on them or small white votive candles with personalized white wraps going around them.
Homemade cookies or candy.
A custom bookmark that you can make yourself and have them profesionally printed.
A deck of playing cards.
A Ferrero-Rocher chocolate wrapped in tulle, with a ribbon.
Small jar of potpourri.
Mints in a jar, tin or other small box of your choosing.
A key chain that's personalized to your wedding.
Seed packets that you can use to fill mini pails.
Hershey kisses with mini wedding stickers placed on the bottom of them.
A matchbook that is personalized towards your wedding.
Heart shaped cookie cutter with a card.
Sparklers, especially neat for an outdoor wedding/reception.
Wedding horns to blow.
Picture of the couple in an inexpensive frame or globe.
Heart shaped suckers or chocolate with designs.
Conversation heart candy in anything you choose.
Personalized jelly beans in different flavors.
Message in a small bottle.
Homemade rock crystal candy.
Fortune cookies, regular or dipped.
Old-fashioned candy sticks.
Gumballs in different colors or colors to match your wedding.
Gummy bears in tins or wrapped in cellophane.
Red or other color rose-shaped soaps.
Heart shaped stone decorations that say "peace" "hope" "love".
Bath salts in different colors and scents.