Free delivery in the UK

Call an expert on 0292 144 4971

0% interest free credit

Favours on a Budget

Favours on a Budget

It’s one of the last things you think about when planning your big day – how to say thank you. When you’ve got 70+ guests, the usual favours can indeed add up, so here we’ve put together some of the best budget favours that every guest will enjoy

Lavender bags

lavender bags

This first idea is for the couple who wants no fuss. These DIY lavender bags make the perfect favour, whilst keeping off your tables. Buy a pretty bowl, that you know you’ll use again, and purchase (or pick and dry out) some dried lavender along with some organza bags and a mini trowel. Tip all the dried lavender into the bowl, lay out the organza bags and trowel, and you’ve got your own favour station for the guests to fill and put in their drawers!

Seed Vials

seed vials

Seeds are becoming very popular favours, and are usually given in a brown paper envelope. We love the idea of seed vials. They are a unique twist on what’s becoming a classic favour and best of all, they are great for those on a budget. You can find these for as little as 10 for £2.99 on online shops, and wildflower seeds as little as £2.49 for 20g. All that’s left is to tie a little tag with a special message and you’ve got the perfect favour.

Tea Vials

tea vials

If you’re not fussed on giving seeds as favours, fill the vials with a loose leaf tea of your choice. Your guests will appreciate this in the morning!

Sweet Jars

sweet jars

You can’t go wrong with a good sugar boost. You can purchase jars at just £6 for 12 in Hobbycraft. All you need to do is buy your favourite sweets and fill the jar. Finish with a blackboard sticky label or tag.

Popcorn Jars

popcorn jars

Sweets, not your thing? Fill the jars with popcorn instead! Which idea is your favourite? Do you have any budget favour ideas that we haven’t mentioned? We’d love to know on Facebook and Twitter!

favours pinterest