Origami Wedding Table Favors
Table favors, also known as bonbomiere, are a great memento for a bridal shower, pre-wedding dinner, post-wedding thank-you party, and of course the main wedding reception itself. Table favors are a way to say thank you for the people who are participating in your special event, and provide them with a memento to treasure for years afterwards.
They also add beauty to the event!
Cranes are the traditional symbol for a wedding, but you should feel free to be creative! If you both love fish, you can offer fish origami to all of your bridesmaids. You can have cats at each setting at the bridal shower to share your love of cats. You can choose red flowers to go with your red theme, or white butterflies to symbolize the beauty and innocence of your new lives.
You could even use your origami shapes as place markers, writing each person's name on a crane wing to indicate where they should sit.
Where most wedding tokens are discarded or forgotten soon after a wedding, a personalized wedding origami can hold a meaning that is special to you, and will be treasured by your friends and family for years to come! Hanging wedding cranes can become window ornaments or holiday tree decorations, to bring joy to the recipient each time the crane is displayed.
One couple wrote me to say they were going to use gold cranes in handmade nests at each table setting, and that they would include the traditional almonds in gold-foil wrapping, as eggs! Talk about a beautiful idea which combines many traditions together!
I am able to customize your origami shapes to perfectly match your theme and atmosphere.
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