|Wedding Favours have been given to guests at wedding receptions since the 16th century as a token of gratitude
and appreciation for sharing in the special event. The early wedding favours
were given in the form of small fancy boxes containing sugared sweets, known by their French name of bonboniere. These sugared
sweets were then replaced by sugared almonds wrapped in lace and tied with ribbon.
It was usual to place 5 almonds into the favour bag signifying fertility, longevity, wealth, health and happiness.
Today wedding favours are still an important accessory in the wedding celebration and come in various shapes and forms. At KarlinKards
you will find a variety of types to suit every taste and budget.
Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with details of the favours required including
Click on the images below to see what is available in each favour category.