Wedding favours are a tradition that has taken the wedding industry by storm. The wedding favour dates back to the 16th century where couples gave guests 5 sugar almonds to signify Health, Wealth, Happiness, Fertility and Long Life. This is a tradition that is still carried out today but there are now a wide variety of different and unique favour options to suit any couple.
Looking for an alternative hen do? Why not have a vintage afternoon tea party?
For my first real wedding post, a fusion wedding set in picturesque Hampshire that created a grand platform to showcase two very different backgrounds and cultures.
The confetti has settled, the honeymoon tan has faded and reality has hit! Gone are the late nights of pinning, planning and sending copious amounts of emails. Of course married life is blissful. It is a new chapter in my life that I am thoroughly enjoying but no one prepared me for the vacant feeling that comes after the big day.