Ask Kate: Favours Rhyme
August 6, 2013
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At a friends wedding a few years back a small note was enclosed with the favours explaining why they were given and what each one represented. I know the sweets represent health, wealth, happiness, long-life and fertility but am struggling to ‘word’ the message appropriately. Do you have any standard formats in which the favour note can be written?
‘Five candied almonds
For each guest to eat
To remind us that life
Is both bitter and sweet
Five wishes they hold
For the new man and wife
Health, happiness, wealth, children
And a long life’
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