Wedding Favour Jars

Lovely wedding table centrepiece, showing beautiful flowers in a unique wooden plinth and jars.

Lovely wedding table centrepiece using jars and wedding favours can be produced in jars to match when filled with jams or sweets.

Wedding favour jars

If you are planning a spring wedding for 2017 and still have some last-minute details to settle for the wedding reception, Wares of Knutsford could be the answer to your prayers. If you are struggling for inspiration for your wedding favours, read on to see how our extensive range of small jars and bottles could be just the thing to use for your wedding favours.

Which wedding favour jars to choose?

We have helped so many couples to find the perfect bottle or jar for their wedding favours that we decided to make an entire category on our website to showcase the most suitable jars and bottles. Some of our personal favourites include our vintage-inspired jars and bottles, such as the adorable 50ml Gladstone bottles with cork stoppers and the 100ml Nocturne glass bottles. These have an old-fashioned charm and will look fabulous on a country-inspired wedding reception table.

If you plan on giving alcoholic favours, our miniatures bottles are perfect. We have miniature whisky bottles, flask bottles and wine bottles, all of which will look stylish and professional when filled with a delicious tipple and decorated with ribbons and tags to match your wedding theme.

Speaking of ribbons and tags, these are just as important for your favours as the jars and bottles, or indeed the contents that you choose to fill them with. Again, we have some adorable tags and pretty ribbons to finish off your favours perfectly. Our white birdcage gift tag set is lovely and is just right for a romantic white wedding. Our heart-shaped tags are also popular for weddings, as are our pastel and hessian ribbons. These small details add up to make a unique and inspired wedding favour.

Ideas for wedding favour jars

The type of jar or bottle you choose for your favours will largely be determined by what you want to put in them. Traditional sugared almonds have largely fallen out of fashion nowadays, replaced by tastier treats such as homemade fudge, old-fashioned sweets and even little jars of honey. On the drinks front, miniature whisky bottles are very much on trend, along with infused vodkas and gins. Another lovely idea for the home preserves enthusiast is homemade elderflower champagne, with elderflower cordial for any children attending the wedding.

If your wedding date is drawing nearer and you are looking for some wedding favour inspiration, pop over to our dedicated wedding favours page to browse through our full collection of jars, bottles, tags and ribbons. In no time at all, you will be full of creative ideas for your own wedding.

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