We’ve waited for what seems like forever, but the day has finally come. Today marks the official launch of Confetti’s new 2015 product line up, and with it loads of fresh eye candy! Hundreds of the hottest trending wedding day details have now gone live on Confetti.co.uk and the 2015 edition of the inspiration-filled Confetti.co.uk magazine is now available right here.
To kick off the sharing of all that awaits Confetti.co.uk brides in the year ahead, our first post featuring the latest and greatest not only showcases some fab new products, it also provides an exclusive look into one of the many editorials you can expect to find in the new issue of Confetti’s magazine. So without further delay, here’s a look at the 15 Best Dressed Wedding Favours for 2015, complete with a shoppable breakdown of everything you need to make the looks yours.
Modern, sleek and smart. We love it when style and functionality come together, just like with this wine bottle shaped corkscrew opener.
Step 1: Apply your personalised ‘free spirit’ sticker to the inside of the compass lid.
Step 2: Use the jute ties to attach the round tag and the ‘free spirit’ place card to the compass.
#3. Coaster Chic
Creating your own personalised gift is a lot easier an undertaking (and less expensive) than it may seem with the blank slate provided by the main element in this favour equation. Take a set of cork coasters, add your mark and your trims, bundle and you’re done.
Step 1: Stick a postage stamp sticker to the outside of your mini mail box.
Step 2: Tie the bakers twine around the toffee like a parcel and tie in a bow.
Step 3: Put the toffee and your carte postale note inside the mail box.
#1. Foreign Flavour
Treat them to something exotic you’ve collected along your adventures, presented in the most fitting of favour boxes, sold complete with travel trims. Add personalized stickers and tags to seal the deal.
Confetti’s 2015 magazine offers beautiful new wedding themes, including the stunning Industrial Luxe. Therefore, today’s DIY tutorial demonstrates a very simple but very sophisticated way of creating unique wedding favours…