Tasteful Wedding with Coffee, Tea & Chocolate Wedding Favors

By Aaron H.

It has become a tradition in recent years for couples to give out wedding favors as part of the celebration. Favors are typically small, inexpensive gifts that are given as "Thank you" gifts to the guests. Giving favors is a better way of conveying gratitude than simply sending out "Thank you" cards afterward. Couples generally want to display good taste to their guests when choosing wedding favors. Now favors can taste good as well. Coffee and tea favors and Chocolate wedding favors are two items that are always in good taste and taste good.

With only a very few exceptions, most people drink coffee, tea, or both. Coffee and tea favors are normally a mug with coffee, tea, or some of each inside. These favors are generally appreciated by all. Shopping around for coffee and tea favors will generally let a couple find different options among the possible choices so that they may purchase the items that their guests will prefer. Coffee and tea favors often lend themselves to personalization with relative ease. Either the mugs, or the packages of coffee/tea may have the names of the couple and the wedding date imprinted on them. Personalization in this manner assures that the people who receive these favors will recall this wedding fondly when they consume the coffee or tea selections. Even those few who do not use either one will like the mug and remember the couple and the wedding whenever it is used.

Chocolates are another tasty treat to consider giving as wedding favors. Chocolate wedding favors may be in the form of cookies, cakes, chocolate candies, or hot cocoa packets that can be added to the coffee and tea favors discussed above. No matter which form of favors is chosen, almost everyone appreciates fine chocolate. Those rare individuals who do not usually have a food allergy or other situation that the couple will be aware of in time to substitute a different favor for this individual if needed.

Most chocolate favors can be personalized quite easily. Packets of hot cocoa can have a personal message imprinted on them. Wrappers, which must be manufactured for chocolate pieces and bars anyway, can have the date of the wedding and the couple's names imprinted on them without adding a significant amount to the cost. Personalization will increase the value of these items in the minds of the people who receive them, however, and cause them to recall this wedding and think about the couple when they choose to consume the chocolate.

All couples have a strong desire to give out wedding favors that their guests will find in good taste. With coffee and tea favors or chocolate wedding favors, these items are not only in good taste, but taste good as well.

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