The New Wedding Chic – Wedding Favor Designer Trios

Times are changing. Bridal gowns are more colorful, bridesmaid's dresses Do not have to match, destination weddings are in vogue and wedding favor trios are bursting on the scene. But what exactly is a wedding favor designer trio?

So many weddings are themed: beach weddings, black tie, fairy tale, heart themes, and the list lasts forever. Everything in that wedding points to who the bride and groom are and what they love. So many times while consulting on a wedding, the bride would turn to me and say, "But why do I have to do it that way?" I never had an answer for her, because most of what we do at weddings follows tradition. Then who's to say that tradition can not be changed.

This exact situation happened just recently. The couple's theme was "love." From the ceremony to the honeymoon, they planned it around this word and showed it in every area of ​​the day. Then we came to the final decision; what wedding favors were they going to choose, considering there are so many with their specific theme. That's when she turned and asked me that question which has changed the way we look at wedding favors.

We went through every favor we had: love coasters, love bottle stoppers, love candles and the list seemed to continue forever. She liked too many of them. Suddenly, I had an idea. Why not mix and match the wedding favor to coordinate with the love theme of the wedding? She was so excited she could barely contain it. She turned to me and said, "I can do that?"

So happily we chose a trio of wedding favors that coordinated perfectly with each other and with the couple's theme. That day, for us, the wedding favor designer trio was born. And since that day, wedding after wedding – even the ones I had no part in – have trios of favors gracing the tables of the guests.

I've said it many times before and I'll keep repeating myself; it's your wedding. You have to be happy with your day. Hopefully it will be the only one you'll ever have. So break the rules. In this case, overturning that wedding favor tradition is now the chic thing to do!