Wedding favors allow guests to take a little piece of the celebration home. Though often presented at place settings or displayed on a table by the door, favors can be offered in another way that is both impressive and economical: grouped together as centerpieces. Even if you spend a bit more on the favors themselves, you will most likely save money overall by forgoing traditional floral arrangements.
Here you will find examples of favor centerpieces made with food, flowers, or a combination of the two. The little gifts have their own individual charm. Mass them together, and they take on a whole new look and meaning -- so much so that guests might not even realize that the items are theirs for the taking at the end of the party. If you wish, place a small handwritten or calligraphed card next to the centerpiece or attach tags to the favors to let your intentions be known.
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