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The giving of bomboniere (also referred to as bonbonniere or favours) is a good way for the bride and groom to show their appreciation to the guests for joining them in the celebration of their wedding. Traditionally, only female guests received gifts, but these days the choice is yours as to whom you will give them to.

Bomboniere can be anything you like as long as they reflect your personalities and wedding theme. Your budget will obviously come into the equation too! Examples of bomboniere include chocolates, candy-coated almonds, potted flowers, bubbles, cookies and champagne flutes engraved with the bride's and groom's names and wedding date. Click on Examples of Bomboniere for more information.

Bomboniere are by no means compulsory, however. Some people don't even know about this tradition! Thank-you-cards can show appreciation just as much.

More information:

  • Examples of Bomboniere
    There's no set rule as to what to give your guests, but common bomboniere include chocolate, candy-coated almonds, candle holders, champagne flutes engraved with the couple's names, and miniature bottles of wine. More...

  • Find Bomboniere suppliers in the Wedding Directory
    To help you with your search for "wedding helpers" we've compiled a wedding directory, listing all types of wedding suppliers you need for your wedding. More...

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