6 Wedding Favors for Your Guests to Groove To
Not sure what sort of wedding favors to order for your big day? Quick question, do you and your partner consider music to be a top-priority in your relationship? If you answered yes, then any of these music themed wedding favors are perfect for you two! Sure everyone loves Jordan Almonds but these are some ideas that will make your special day memorable for your guests.
It doesn’t matter if you worked as a couple on your reception playlist or one of you took the job, be sure to put your favorites onto a CD inside these Deluxe CD/DVD Folios for your guests to enjoy later. Include a favorite picture of the two of you (maybe one of your engagement pictures) on the inside cover for a truly customized favor that will make your guests’ jaws drop.
Open bar, cash bar, coolers with a sign that says “Help Yourself” tapped on it, it doesn’t matter what route you take for your alcohol distribution with these Guitar Key Chain Bottle Openers as your favor. Have a bowl of them on the bar for guests to take or include them near each place setting to get the party started as soon as they sit down for dinner. Regardless of how you give them out, your guests are going to love having them on their keys for the night and every Friday night after your wedding.
Want to drive home the point that you and your partner are true music lovers? You should have some music paper somewhere and these Musical Paper Easel Frames are perfect for filling that void. Include a picture of each guest and put them at their seat in the reception hall or put them around the tables filled with pictures of both of you during various times in your relationship together. The older the pictures, the better!
As of May 2013, 91% of Americans adults owned a cell phone and 56% of American adults had a smartphone (knowledge found here). Chances are you have more than a handful of guests attending who own a smartphone and are tired of getting their screens smudgy with their fingerprints. We have the solution to that and it’s the Guitar Pick Mobile Stylus! Not only will guests have a way to take pictures using their smartphone without getting the screen dirty, but they’ll have a fun way to remember your day long after you celebrate your first year anniversary.
You want something that will truly impress your guests? Give them a set of Ear Buds for them to rock out to their favorite songs without disturbing the people around them… no guarantees that their dancing won’t disturb others. Imprint your wedding date on the holder and nobody will use them without remembering all the fun memories from your event.
If you want your guests to be a part of the music played at your reception, then you know what is always needed in a song? MORE COWBELL! Put one of these Large Cow Bells at each place setting and let guests shake them when you make your first appearance as husband and wife. Or instead of having guests tap their glass for a kiss from you two, make them give them it a shake for a smooch. Seems pretty fair, right?
Whatever your preferred genre of music is – rock, country, heavy metal, classical – and whether you and your partner share the same taste or politely agree to disagree on genres, we’ve got you covered for favors. If one of these items sparks your interest, definitely give us a call at (866) 312-5646, send an email to email@example.com, chat with us here or leave a comment on this blog and we’ll send a sales team member your way to answer questions.
What’s the best wedding favor you’ve received? Any helpful tips for brides and grooms out there choosing wedding favors? What’s the best themed wedding you’ve attended? Shout off in the comment section below!
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