What better way to say Thank You to your wedding guests for their presence on the most special day of your lives than with a gift they will cherish and will be reminder of the great moments they spent at your wedding. The trend calls for favours your guests will be able to use instead of indifferent decorative items that will end up in a cupboard once wedding season is over or gifts they will enjoy instantly like liquor, sweet treats or bath delights. Have a look at Stella & Moscha's favourite gift ideas for the stylish weddings of 2017 for all budgets. Whether it is a mini ouzo from Mytilene, a tiny bottle of olive oil from Kalamata or the local geranium liqueur from Kea, your guests will definitely appreciate the gesture, the alcohol and the cute bottles.
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If you are the romantic type, opt for a scent memory and offer your guests hand made bars of soap, bath salts or customised scented candles.
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You can never go wrong when you go local! Local traditions and edible treats are always a hit and guests appreciate them. The Koufeto is a small jar with almonds dipped in local honey which is a traditional favour in Santorini prepared and offered at weddings and baptisms.
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How about a mini cheese cutting board which you can also customise with your dinner menu and each guest's name.
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Copper mugs are perfect for both rustic theme outdoors weddings as well as more elegant affairs since copper is the latest trend in bridal styling. They can double as escort cards and your guests will remember your wedding forever.
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If you're having a destination wedding you can also incorporate your own local tradition to give your guests a taste from home. Jin You and Soo Cheon made individual seals with each one of their guests' names; an honourable gift in the Korean culture which cannot fail to impress in any country.
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