5 Adorable Bridal Shower Favours
Before you walk down the aisle, there are a few important events you’ll have to think about first. The bridal shower is a time for you to get together with your favourite women to celebrate your upcoming nuptials. To show them your appreciation, it’s customary to give guests favours at the end of the event. Here are a few fun and unique favour ideas your guests will love.
Personalized Wine Glass Charms
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Give your guests their own personalized wine charms as a bridal shower keepsake. These can be personalized with their names, or with a word that reflects the bride and groom. You can have a bit of fun with these charms by using coloured beads to decorate them, or opt for charms in different shapes instead.
Mason Jar Manicures
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Here’s a DIY project that you and your Maid of Honour can take on together. Fill mason jars with manicure essentials like emery boards, cuticle removers, nail polish, cotton balls, and hand cream. You even personalize these to each guest, tailoring colours and/or designs to what your friends and family will love.
DIY Bath Salts
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Homemade colourful bath salts are the perfect favour for your bridal shower guests. All you’ll need is baking soda, sea salt, Epsom salt, essential oil and food colouring. Jar the bath salts and decorate with ribbon or burlap for a chic yet inexpensive gift. For full instructions, click here.
Mini Lotion Sets
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This is a super easy yet adorable bridal shower favour that your guests will love. Simply pair two travel or pocket sized products and wrap them together with some ribbon. This is especially great for those needing last-minute ideas.
Mini Champagne Bottles
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If you’re looking for something a bit more luxe and glamorous, gift your bridal shower guests with mini bottles of champagne. You can have the labels personalized to reflect the bride and groom, the bridal shower date, or even with each guest’s name.
Rosemina Nazarali is a contributing writer to the Bridal Guide.