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21 Unique Wedding Favours Singapore Wedding Guests Will Love
If you’re still wondering where to find unique wedding favours in Singapore, or want to DIY your wedding favours, don’t miss this roundup of 20 unique, punny, and DIY wedding favours SingaporeBrides loves!
Get creative with your wedding favours and gift your wedding guests something unique to remember your celebration by. If you’re having an intimate wedding, round up your bridesmaids and get crafty with SingaporeBrides’ DIY wedding favours that can be personalised to each guest. For wedding favours with a Singapore flavour, our list of retro Singapore treats will end your wedding on a sweet and nostalgic note. We also have some romantically punny wedding favours in the list, because who doesn’t love a laugh?
Singapore-themed Wedding Favours
1. Iced Gems Biscuit BarCoral and Mint Retro Garden Wedding, captured by Bryan Jean Photography
Who didn’t love these colourful, sugary biscuits as a kid? The bright colours of actually make for really cute wedding favours. Just pop these iconic Singapore treats in a glass jar or pretty sachet, and you’ll have guests thanking you for a taste of childhood. Or be inspired by retro-loving couple Rosemary and Ingo, who set up an entire biscuit bar of everyone’s favourite homegrown cookies.
2. Retro Singapore Candy BarStylishly Fun Homage to the Past, captured by Alvelyn Alko
Take your wedding guests on a trip down memory lane with a candy bar featuring treats from nineties Singapore! Let everyone make their own retro Singapore wedding favours with a selection of old school treats, from nostalgic candy “masks” to Choki sticks. This would be especially great for out-of-towners guests who will get a delicious dose of local flavours!
Your nostalgic favourites are available at 90s Candy Society, who also provides customised retro candy bars and packed wedding favours. SingaporeBrides readers enjoy a 10% off their (min. $20) purchase of retro goodies at Craft Society when they use the coupon code “SingaporeBrides” before 31 October 2015.
3. “Kacang Putih” ConesStylishly Fun Homage to the Past, captured by Alvelyn Alko
Forget popcorn; these kacang putih cones were the movie munchies of choice, back when cinemas first popped up in Singapore. Give your guests a chance to reminiscence (or imagine, depending on age) the good ol’ days as they watch your wedding video with a yummy wedding favour in hand.
4. Singapore SparklersJesreen and Karan’s Singapore Celebrations, captured by Tinydot Photography
Remember lighting these up during the Mid-Autumn Festival? Well, sparklers would make great wedding favours for an outdoor wedding. Get guests to light them up along the aisle for a beautiful wedding exit!
Sparklers and other retro items available wholesale in Singapore from Teck Leong Lee Kee.
5. Old School Candy TinsA Love Meant to Be, captured by A Little Moment Photography
Here’s another delicious old school treat for a Singapore wedding favour idea. These prettily patterned tins are full of sweets, and can be customised with your names and wedding date on the label.
Retro candy tins are available from $4.20 per tin with a minimum order of 30 from Favor Atelier.
DIY Wedding Favours
6. Personalised Magnets
These pretty, personalised magnet wedding favours double up as escort cards. If you’re holding a small and intimate wedding, grab your girlfriends and whip these up with our step-by-step DIY tutorial. Your guests will treasure your handmade gift, and remember your celebration every time they stick a note up on the fridge.
7. Love Lollies
DIY wedding favours add a unique touch to your wedding, and these adorable tins full of lollies will bring a smile to your guests’ faces, especially the younger ones! Follow our easy tutorial to make your own love lolly favours.
8. Cherish Blossoms
These pretty blossoms are chock-full of bon-bons, and make decorative little wedding favours that you can DIY. All you need is a template from our Cherish Blossoms DIY tutorial, some craft tissue, scissors, and some candy. And many hands, to make light work! (A little tip: if you want to make these well ahead, use individually wrapped candy so they don’t get sticky in our humid weather.)
Punny Wedding Favours
9. Love is Brewing
Perfect for a garden tea party themed wedding, these little jars of tea tell your wedding guests that your love is brewing. Coffee lovers can fill little burlap sachets with a serving of their favourite blend. Simply personalise with a sticker or tag!
Mini jars of floral tea wedding favours are available from Favor Atelier, Singapore, and rustic burlap sachets are available from $2.20 at W for Wedding. Floral tea image courtesy of Favor Atelier.
10. Spread the Love“Wildflower honey wedding favors” by moralesmegan25, licensed under CC BY-NC-ND 2.0
These tiny little honey jars are so adorable, we could just pop them into our bags for a teatime snack. But they would make better accessories on your wedding tables. Tie on little tags that say “Spread the Love” on mini jars of honey or jam, and you’re sure to make your guests very happy with your sweet wedding favour choice!
Mini honey and jam jar wedding favours are available from $1.80 per jar at Do Me A Favor, Singapore.
11. The Perfect MatchPinned to our Wedding Favour Ideas board
Matchboxes are vintage, useful, and can be totally punny, which ticks all of our wedding favour boxes. Print out these free chalkboard Perfect Match and Match Made in Heaven labels from The Elli Blog and get your army of bridesmaids to help you whip up the cutest wedding favours!
Image from The Elli Blog.
12. Love Beyond Measure
Your love can’t be measured, but sugar and spice will be with these measuring spoon wedding favours. Each spoon is engraved with a cute phrase like “A dash of happiness,” making lovely yet practical gifts that your guests will actually use.
Heart-shaped measuring spoons are available from $2.10 each at Sg Wedding Favors. Image courtesy of Sg Wedding Favors.
Edible Wedding Favours
13. Artisan Chocolates
Artisan chocolates make decadent and gorgeous wedding favours for a posh wedding. With their striking geometric shapes and vivid colours, they’re a feast for the senses. You could also have a striking chocolate dessert table set up to add colour to your wedding, and let guests pick their favourite flavours for wedding favours.
Halal artisan chocolate pralines are available from A Piece of Sin, made according to wedding themes. They’re available with or without box packages, at $1.50-2.80 per praline, with a minimum order of $100. Contact them at [email protected] at least 12 weeks prior for orders above 200 pieces, or four weeks for orders below. Image by A Piece of Sin.
14. Candy BarsYoung and Free, captured by Pauche Photography
Chocolates are a common wedding favour in Singapore banquets, but these take the pretty up a notch. With personalised wrappers in your wedding colours, these chocolate bar wedding favours look pretty as well as taste pretty good.
Customised candy bars are available from 80 cents per bar at Divine Favorz.
15. Candy ApplesMy Garden Romance, captured by Lightedpixel Pixies
For a wedding favour that’s sweet and healthy, how about candy apples coated in caramel and nuts? Pack your candy apple wedding favours individually to keep the sticky deliciousness neat and tidy!
Brenda and Samuel ordered their candy apple kits online and assembled them in Singapore.
16. Marshmallow JarsThe Greatest Adventure of John and Sher, captured by Jonathan Ong // Visual Storytelling
For a sweet and simple wedding favour, pop some marshmallows into a jar and personalise it with your wedding monogram or sticker label. Or, take it up a notch by adding graham crackers and chocolate chips to turn it into a smores version!
Pretty glass bottles and jars are available from 70 cents at I Do I Do Wedding Favors.
17. Mini Tarts
Rachelrax Cakes offers bite-sized mini tarts that will be the perfect treat for your guests. With a wide variety of flavours to choose from, such as Lemon Meringue, Speculoos Cookie, Sea Salt Dark Chocolate, and Lychee Rose Boba, your guests will be happily popping these delectable tarts in their mouth. Specially sourced wedding packaging fits 2, 3, 4, 6, or 8 mini tarts, which can suit any budget that you have.
They offer dessert table packages too, with items such as their signature mini galaxy chocolate domes, mini custard puffs, martini cup tiramisu, assorted mini tarts, and mini cupcakes.
Book an appointment with them to view our range of wedding packaging and learn more about our packages!
Exclusively for SingaporeBrides’s readers, quote “SingaporeBrides” when enquiring/ordering to get $50 off your order! (Min. spend of $500)
Useful Wedding Favours
18. Flip-flopsGorgeous Tropical Island Wedding, captured by Tinydot Photography
If you’re having a beach wedding, your wedding guests will appreciate comfortable footwear so that their heels don’t sink into the sand. Flip-flops make practical wedding favours that they can re-use after your sunset ceremony on the beach.
19. Tote Bags
Tote bags are totes useful! A personalised tote bag with a love quote or punny phrase like “Love Carries On” and your wedding date would make a great wedding favour that guests can use again and again, and fondly remember your wedding!
Personalised tote bags are available from $3.50 per printed tote at Favor Table, who also provide a table decorating service to display your wedding favours. Allow a month for the design and printing of your tote bag favours. Image courtesy of Favor Table.
20. SucculentsUrban-Chic Wedding at HOUSE at Dempsey, captured by Chris Ling International Photographers
It’s not easy starting a garden in Singapore, but these adorable succulent wedding favours will give guests a pop of green in their home or office. They’re easy to care for too! To pretty them up even more, why not paint the pots in your wedding colours?
21. Garden HerbsMy Garden Romance, captured by Lightedpixel Pixies
Let love keep on growing with these useful wedding favours. Potted garden herbs will be appreciated by all the foodies and aspiring cooks among your wedding guests. Use rustic twine to tie on a note of thanks to everyone who came to celebrate with you.
Credits: Feature image courtesy of Favor Table.
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