Planning on having an Irish-themed wedding and need a place to order your cheap Irish wedding favors? Look no further than our website. Irish wedding favors are in high demand and can be found with relative ease. The Irish are a lively, festive people and certainly know how to have a good time. Why wouldn’t you want some of these ideas displayed on your big day?
Probably the most easily recognized symbol of the Irish is the shamrock. It is well known that the shamrock stands for good luck and the Holy Trinity in Irish culture. You can find the shamrock printed on a variety of Irish wedding favors and decorations such as votives, shot glasses, candles, boxes, bags, candy, dice, playing cards, tins, ribbons, ring pillows, coasters, and napkins. Because some consider the three-leaf-clover to be sacred, it can also be found on charms, pins, and small potted plants.
Traditionally, handkerchiefs made from linen and lace are used at Irish wedding favors. Also, the newlyweds have small pieces of their wedding cake divided and placed in decorative boxes to give to their guests as wedding favors. To make these boxes even more memorable and special, the names of the bride and groom and their wedding date is labeled.
If a wedding is held in the afternoon, this is a grand opportunity to give tea as one of your wedding favors. Drinking tea in the afternoon in Irish culture is often combined with eating biscuits or tea rings. You can never go wrong with edible wedding favors, so consider giving chocolates wrapped in foil with a shamrock print. Iced sugar cookies are also popular Irish wedding favors.
Claddagh is a beautiful symbol of love and friendship, used in many Celtic-themed wedding favors. It features a heart held by two hands, topped with a crown. Showing the elements of friendship and love, photo frames, plaques, candles, card holders, and cups often feature Claddagh on them.
Plan on going for shades of green for your wedding colors as most Irish wedding favors and decorations have green somewhere in them. The color green means pride and solidarity to the Irish. Using card stock, a calligraphy kit, and a pressed or artificial shamrock can be used for blessings as Irish wedding favors.