With so many different wedding favour options to choose from, we thought we would give you some inspiration for ‘sweet treat’ wedding favours. Gone are the days of sugared almonds tied in pretty netting (although there is nothing wrong with this tradition). There are some really amazing ‘sweet treat’ wedding favours available that will wow your wedding guests; beautiful cookies in all shapes and sizes, macaroons, whoopie pies, sweeties, fudge, chocolate and so much more. If you are creative and love baking, why not make your own cookie wedding favours? Here are some great ideas to give you some inspiration when it comes to arranging your wedding favours.
It seems that nowadays you can’t turn on the TV without seeing an advert for a price comparison website. Whether it’s a tenor prancing around a café, a meerkat wearing a dressing gown or a cartoon character singing a Queen song there seems to be no avoiding them.
For all their persistent and in some cases thoroughly irritating reminders of their services they are actually a very useful resource. We all like to save money, so it’s great to be able to use a service that takes away all the leg work and finds you the best deal, whether it’s for car insurance, utility bills or travel costs.
The Wedding Community was recently contacted by Compare Wedding Insurance, an online service that does exactly that. It is a guide for couples who are looking for wedding insurance but are unsure of which wedding insurance product is best for them. They do not endorse or recommend any one particular provider or product, they merely provide a summary from various providers to assist you with choosing the correct wedding insurance for your needs.
When it comes to planning a wedding we all know that it can be an expensive process. It’s therefore important that if something does go wrong you’re not going to be left out of pocket, and wedding insurance is there to cover various aspects of your big day, from damage to the bride’s wedding dress, failure of your suppliers and even cancellation of the wedding. In the grand scheme of things it’s not even that expensive, with policies available for around £20 depending on the level of cover.
Now to be fair Compare Wedding Insurance is not the most beautiful or flash website you’re ever going to use but then it doesn’t need to be. It gives you all the information you need in order to find wedding insurance that is suitable for your needs at a price you can afford.
If you are planning your wedding then wedding insurance may not be the most exciting thing you buy, but it could well turn out to be the most important.