The key is to have favors small enough to fit in your wedding favor boxes. Other alternatives could include a bottle stopper, a pack of playing cards, a shot glass, a wine glass charm, a small jar of homemade jam. These favors are a fun reminder for your guests of your big day, pick something that is special to you, and your guests will be sure to love it as well.
If time allows and you have a creative streak, get busy with your glitter pen and write each guests name on their favor box. Not only will this add some sparkle to your wedding table but they can also double up as place cards.
If you don't like the offered embellishments try to order the box just plain and make some DIY embellishment. Is the wedding on the beach why not embellish each design individually with sea shells or sea horses? If the designer working on your invitations does not have the embellishment you desire, try eBay, you can often buy them there in small qualities but at very low price. But don't forget, real Czech rhinestone brooches have their price so be prepared to spend more for long lasting quality.
Wedding favors are small gifts presented as mementos to the guests on behalf of the bride at the time of the party or the marriage ceremony, as an expression of appreciation for the relatives and friends for sharing her very special day. Wedding favors are packed in wedding favor boxes to make the presentation not only handy and compact, but also beautiful and attractive.
Favor boxes can be easily personalized these days. A lot of print firms offer this service at very reasonable prices. This may be something that your favor box supplier can organize. You can't fit many words on a favor box so, perhaps, just your names and wedding date will suffice. There is often the option to add a symbol to the box, a butterfly, love heart, wedding bell to name a few. For a little extra cost this can really make the difference between plain boxes and boxes with real flair!