Wedding Favours: Chocolate Delights

by Sharon Maher

in Wedding Design, Wedding Favours

chocoart favours

The tradition of giving wedding favours is steeped in history. The first wedding favours were precious gemstones known as ‘bonbonniere’ and were given to the wedding guests of rich French Aristocrats as symbols of wealth and good wishes for the married couple’s new life together.

Centuries on this tradition is still very much in vogue, as the bride and groom choose to give their guests a token of thanks for helping them to make their wedding celebrations truly special – although the wedding favours given today are not quite so elaborate!

chocolate favor in shocking pink wrapper

Today wedding favours can come in all shapes or forms and a very popular choice with today’s modern bride and groom, instead of the once traditional sugared almonds, is quality chocolate.

Chocolate favour

ChocoArt specialise in luxury chocolate wedding favours made from high quality delicious Swiss or Belgian chocolate.

The favours come in a traditional or contemporary style and  can be square or rectangle !

You will find ChocoArt’s designs are available in a variety of colours to match your wedding theme, but if you can’t find a wedding favour style or colour you like ChocoArt can provide  a bespoke service to ensure you get the perfect match for your wedding theme!

Each wedding favour is lovingly designed and handmade,  and embellished with a personalised nametag!

organza favour bag to hold chololates

So, if you would like to treat your wedding guests to a beautiful memento from your wedding day, that will definitely impress your wedding guests, then ChocoArt favours will add that perfect finishing touch to your special wedding day!

This is a guest post by Lisa-Marie Baraké owner of ChocoArt.

To find out more visit www.chocoart.co.uk where you will find fantastic offers throughout the year.

chocoart a wedding favour company

This post was written by...

– who has written 21 posts on Norah Sleep Events.

Sharon Maher is a wedding and party planner, event venue stylist and also writes the blogs Norah Sleep Wedding Style, Norah Sleep Living Style and My Wedding Marquee about weddings, food, fashion, style and things that inspire her in life. Find her on Facebook, Google+, Twitter, and Pinterest.

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