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Personalised Favour Boxes – Adding A Bespoke Stamp On Your Special Day

Posted January 19, 2011 by in Articles | No comments yet

If you personalise your wedding favour boxes then you will guarantee that your wedding is remembered well into the future by your wedding guests. They truly will add the wow factor.

If you are worried about having something fit your wedding theme, then worry not as personalised wedding favour boxes are obtainable in a wide selection of shapes, styles and colours. Many businesses now also send out tasters of their products so you can ensure the colour is definitely what you want before you confirm a big order. Beware though, the photographs on websites don’t always represent the colours of the product totally so bare this in mind if you are purchasing straight away.

Consider the colour of the writing on your personalised favour boxes. In order for your guests to be able to read the personalisation, ensure you opt for a tint which shows up well as otherwise your effort could be fruitless. If you are selecting a dark coloured box, such as burgundy, chocolate brown or navy blue, then black and other dark writing is not a perfect selection. Opt for lighter coloured text for dark boxes and dark coloured text for light boxes. Silver words don’t seem to show up very well on either dark or light coloured cartons so be warned when choosing this as a text colour.

The style of font you use on your personlised favour boxes must be considered every time. Lots of print companies can and will supply a vast choice of options when it comes down to the style of font. Use a classic, elegant font for a formal wedding and a more modern font for a more informal event.

All types of boxes can be personalised. If you are worried, then handbag shaped cartons, heart shaped and classic square cartons all can have a personalisation print put on. If you select your boxes up front and fall in love with a certain style then it is worth confirming with your supplier that they can personalise them on your behalf.

If your supplier doesn’t offer a personalisation service, that doesn’t mean you can’t personalise their favour boxes. There are many options provided by print companies, be it personalising labels which can then be stuck to the favours, or tags which can be tied around them – components of personalisation can always be added to your wedding favour boxes.

Personalised favour boxes don’t have to be the conventional cardboard container. So many other choices are available from adding labels to glass bottles, to securing tags around the handles of tin pail favours, even applying stickers to glass jars can make a wonderful gift.

Whichever way you choose to customise your favour boxes you are guaranteed to create something totally unique that your friends are sure to love.

Searching for more ideas on personalised favour boxes? There is a huge selection of these and all other wedding favours at http://www.verbenastationery.co.uk.

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