It’s nice to hope that people are going to be happy going home with just the memories of your wedding, but we think a few goodie bags never hurt anybody! We’ve rounded up the best party favour companies in Hong Kong below to help you ladies out, whether you want online services or to actually see your favours in person. Whether you want to share some of Godiva’s divine chocolates or a sachet of tea for a cultural hangover cure, Sassy’s got your back below.
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The Candle Company
Now you know we’re big fans of The Candle Company (check our review here), so we were excited to hear that they actually do wedding favours too! With a selection of eleven different hand-poured candle sets, ranging from French vanilla all the way to exotic sandalwood, these reasonably priced gifts are sure to please even the most difficult guest. Each gift comes in a beautiful glass holder wrapped in a navy ribbon and there’s no minimum order, making it the perfect choice for intimate weddings. You can even order wedding centre pieces from their broader wedding candle and candle stand selection for a sensational wedding in every sense of the word.
Candle Company wedding favours begin at $43 per piece. Order online here.
The Candle Company, 11 Lyndhurst Terrace, Central, Hong Kong, 2545 0099, www.candles.asia
If you’ve read our Wedding Cake Bakeries round up here, you’ll know that we’ve got a little cakery thing for Eva Liu and her imaginative themed creations. What really makes her stand out from her competitors however are her delightful and creative wedding guest favours, ranging from delicate macaroons to bespoke mini wedding cakes. If any of you ladies decide on her adorable sugar-spun rose ring favours, consider your wedding gatecrashed because Sassy’s coming down!
Eva Liu, 5/F, 22-28 Wyndham Street, Central, White Bridal Salon Hong Kong, 2376 4900, www.eva-liu.com
We girls have got to have each others’ backs, which is why we’ve chosen to put our trust in this Lady Godiva inspired chocolatier. (We’re no strangers to their cocoa masterpieces, check our review here!) Godiva is a name that pops up all over the place in the lead up to Valentine’s day and seems to be practically synonymous with romance. Let your guests share in your love by presenting them with Godiva’s luxurious wedding favour collection. Whether you choose to give them a demure two-piece box or a glamorous heart-shaped box- there’s something for everyone and every budget. With a minimum order of 50 pieces however, this is probably a better option for bigger weddings.
Wedding favour prices begin at $35 per box with a minimum order of 50 boxes.
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HK Photo Box
Your wedding doesn’t have to be a stuffy affair and one of HK Photo Box’s photo booths are sure to help break the ice. Your guests will get to have fun posing for instant photos with all of their friends and maybe even a few strangers, exchanging props and pulling faces the whole time. It’s a great way to encourage everyone to be social while ensuring they get to take something fun home at the end of the night as well. As Photo Box says, everyone deserves a few seconds of frame but the memories your friends make at your wedding deserve to live on forever.
Contact HK Photo Box for a quote below.
HK Photo Box, Hong Kong Photobox (Head Office), Manulife Financial Centre, Unit 1604B, 16/F, Tower A, 223 Wai Yip Street, Kwun Tong, Kowloon, 2406 2802, www.hkphotobox.com
Kalos’ bespoke cookie wedding favours are definitely the choice for the offbeat couple, offering a range of quirky products like customisable coloured fortune cookies filled with your own heartfelt messages. These budget-friendly goods are made from high quality ingredients and require no minimum order quantity, meaning that couples holding smaller weddings have absolutely nothing to worry about. You might have to get a little more organised though, they can only take orders for weddings ten days or more in advance so they’ll be no spontaneity here unfortunately.
Your wallet will be thanking you for this one! Personalised cookies begin at $5.5 per pack.
Kalos Workshop, 6767 7613, www.kalosworkshop.com
Leaf Tea Boutique
Who said guest favours had to be all about cookies and chocolate? The tea technicians over at Leaf Tea Boutique have created a new wedding favour selection, where you can choose from their wide range of over 30 tea blends from the best plantations across the world. All of their loose-leaf teas are packaged into adorable glass jars which can be labelled with guests’ names for a more personal touch. Let’s face it, you’re really just investing in your guests’ futures-we’re sure that they’ll all be needing a nice cup of warm tea and a bath to stave off their hangovers! As a quote on their website tells us, “There is no trouble so great or grave that cannot be much diminished by a nice cup of tea.”
To place an order or enquire further, call 31651200 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Leaf Tea Boutique, 3165 1200, www.leafteaboutique.com
Luxe Wedding Guide
How do you announce a destination wedding in style? Definitely with one of Luxe’s sassy travel guides! Each of their wedding guides can be customised to suit your theme and have insider knowledge on the best bars, spas, shopping places and restaurants – meaning you don’t have to worry about making sure your guests are entertained while you sort out the pre-wedding chaos. Recommended by The Times, New York Times Style and Vanity Fair, they’ll be perfect for your overseas guests wanting to sightsee before they drunkenly wander back home. With over twenty destinations (including our fab city) and more in progress on the table, see if your dream location’s on their site!
Luxe Wedding Guides are priced at roughly $100 each with a minimum order of 50 pieces.
Luxe City Guides, 2819 8590, www.luxecityguides.com
My Love HK
This sweet little company is more famous for their wedding stationery, but their wedding favour selection is definitely something to write home about. Their adorable catalogue has something for people from all walks of life, from customised chopsticks for an Asian wedding to Disney hairpins for your tiniest guests. Their quirky, witty products are a hit not only in Hong Kong but their easy online order system has made waves across international waters as well.
Prices on request.
My Love HK, 3117 6864, www.mylovehk.com
Sate your sweet tooth with Papabubble’s bespoke bonbons and lollipops! The candy kings over at Papabubble reinterpret stuffy old traditional candies to create personalised creations for customers from all walks of life, whether they’re an internationally renowned fashion brand like Hermes or a wedding couple looking for a bit of vintage charm. Their customised candies come in sleek glass personalised with guests’ names for a more intimate touch and with a touch of lace here or there, they’ll be perfect additions to your nuptials.
Prices on request.
Papabubble, 34 Tung Lo Wan Road, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong, 2367 4807, www.papabubble.com.hk
It’s getting harder and harder to hide our crush on this amazing patisserie. We’ve fallen in love with their dessert bar in our review and gushed about the (gorgeous) brains behind the whole operation Jennifer Cheung here, and even mentioned their bespoke cupcake towers in our Wedding Cake Bakery roundup here. Now we know that’s a lot to swallow, but chew a little faster ladies- Sift does wedding guest favours now too. Offering macaroons in every colour and flavour packaged in pristine guest favour boxes, your guests will be absolutely spoiled on their ride home. And, what’s a trip to Sift without their incredible cupcakes? Chat to one of their team members below and ask about their bespoke cupcakes- you owe it to your guests to let them try them at least once.
Prices on request.
Don’t worry brides-to-be, the advice doesn’t stop here. We’ve got a mass of Hong Kong wedding service roundups to help you out on your big day. Check out our interviews with real Hong Kong brides on our That Bride section too!
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