bonbonnieres for wedding

To make your guests remem­ber your hol­i­day for a long time, you can pre­pare small gifts in the form ofbon­bon­nieres. These lit­tle sur­pris­es are box­es filled with sweets or sou­venirs. The bride and groom give them to each guest as a sign of respect and grat­i­tude.

Why do you need bonbonnieres at a wedding?

With their help, you will cre­ate a spe­cial mood for your­self and your guests at the cel­e­bra­tion, they will become an excel­lent ele­ment ofdecor if they are in har­mo­ny with the cho­sen col­or scheme and are made in the same style for the entire wed­ding. In addi­tion, they will remind guests of your hol­i­day for a long time. In gen­er­al, the tra­di­tion of giv­ing guests bon­bon­nieres orig­i­nat­ed in France in the six­teenth cen­tu­ry, new­ly­weds most often put five sweets in box­es, which sym­bol­ized the wish­es of long life, fer­til­i­ty, hap­pi­ness, pros­per­i­ty and health.

Bon­bon­nieres can be pre­sent­ed to guests at the entrance to the ban­quet hall or placed on fes­tive tables next to name cards. Alter­na­tive­ly, you can give them when you receive gifts from your guests. They will sure­ly be pleased that you thank them for their efforts. Also, bon­bon­nieres can be placed by wait­ers when chang­ing dish­es clos­er to the end of the fes­tive evening.

How to makebonbonnieres?

There are a huge num­ber of pos­si­ble design options for bon­bon­nieres, any of them can make a last­ing impres­sion on your guests. Box­es, chests, cylin­ders, cas­kets — it all depends on your imag­i­na­tion and finan­cial capa­bil­i­ties. You can dec­o­rate them as you wish: use rib­bons, lace, beads, rhine­stones, flow­ers. You can print your ini­tials on the box­es or glue pho­tos. Why don’t you try mak­ing your own bon­bon­nieres? We bring to your atten­tion sev­er­al options for how to make bon­bon­nieres for a wed­ding.

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  1. Pre­pare col­ored card­board or thick paper, make a sep­a­rate draw­ing of the pro­posed mod­el, cut out the parts and care­ful­ly con­nect them. By the way, the work will look neater and more beau­ti­ful if you use not glue, but dou­ble-sided tape.
  2. Take a box as a basis and turn it into a chest, hand­bag or house. Think care­ful­ly about what shape you will make, and then pre­pare the miss­ing parts from col­ored card­board.
  3. You can take the mate­r­i­al for dec­o­rat­ing gifts, it can be either trans­par­ent or in a col­or that match­es your cel­e­bra­tion. Care­ful­ly pack pre­pared sou­venirs or sweets and tie a beau­ti­ful bow.
  4. It is very easy to make box­es in the form of tri­an­gu­lar cakes. And remem­ber that the whole high­light lies not so much in the cho­sen mod­el of the bon­bon­niere, but in its design.

Bonbonnieres for a wedding: what to put?

We have select­ed inter­est­ing ideas that will help make your cel­e­bra­tion mem­o­rable. It is pos­si­ble that, inspired by our advice, you will come up with your own, even more orig­i­nal option for fill­ing bon­bon­nieres.

  1. Can­dles will always help cre­ate a roman­tic mood. You can find inter­est­ing fig­ured can­dles or opt for clas­si­cal­ly shaped scent­ed can­dles.
  2. And why not put a jar of sweet jam or mar­malade inside the bon­bon­nieres? Espe­cial­ly such a gift will please the sweet tooth.
  3. If youris planned in the cold sea­son, you can give guests tea — write your com­mon name on each bag or put the date of the wed­ding.
  4. You can buy a beau­ti­ful mug for each guest that match­es the style of your hol­i­day.
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Thus, fill­ing the bon­bon­niere depends only on your imag­i­na­tion and finan­cial con­straints. The main thing is that gifts in any case will be pleas­ant to your guests.