Wedding Favours

Indian Favour Ideas

Weddings are around the corner and every time we think about the return gifts or favors, for the guests. Though most of the things are readily available in the market, but adding a personalized touch to the gifts really adds up to the entire experience for the guests attending the wedding. Here are few wedding favors with a touch of Indian perspective to go for….

Couple Cupcakes– Cupcakes designed in bride and groom patterns. There can’t be anything more better than this for an Indian wedding. You can personalize them with the design on your lehnga and sherwani.

Couple Cupcakes
Couple Cupcakes

 

Customized Cookies– Get your names written over your cookies for a personalized touch to the favours.

Customised Cookies
Customised Cookies

 

Heena Candles– Candles decorated in Heena patterns and further highlighted with jeweled stones or mirrors. Wrap them in transparent sheets and decorated further with ribbons for favours.

Heena Candles
Heena Candles

 

Personalised guest names– Everyone loves a personalized touch to whatever gifts they receive, after all everyone loves attention. So, why not add name marks in bright Indian colors and patterns with the favours.

Wedding Favours
Wedding Favours

 

Mehndi FavoursTraditional Indian Mehndi packed in mehndi cones with design patterns on the packaging is good for favours. You can also write names on them.

Mehndi Favours
Mehndi Favours

 

Indian Flavors– Pack up a Traditional lip smacking flavor like Traditional Chutney. You can also combine two three different flavors in different bottles too.

Indian Flavour
Indian Flavour

 

Colorful Potlis– If you have different items to be ensemble in one, then this is the best idea to put them together with a taste of Indian touch.

Colorful Patchwork Bags
Colorful Patchwork Bags

 

Spice BoxIndian spices like cardamom, cinnamon, cloves, Indian tea bags, pepper, star anise can be placed in this packet. You can also place them in a box having pre divisions to put the spices separately in each division.

Indian spices
Indian spices

 

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