Bomboniere Favour Pails

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    **A final proof of your design will be emailed to you after your order has been placed online for your approval. Full Payment & your written OK TO PRINT via email must be received prior to commencing your order**

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[Bomboniere Favour Pails] WBB-020
Wedding Bomboniere Boxes  |  $2.00ea  |  Minimum 24 per design

Bomboniere Favour Pails

These galvanized tin favour pails provide a simply charming presentation for favours. Fill these adorable pails with small treats, flower petals, seeds, shells, potpourri, or practically any favour filler and at the same time bring a decorative touch to your tables. The miniature buckets are available in a variety of colours to accent your event and each tin pail measures 2″ x 2.25″

Bomboniere Favour Pails

*please allow approximately 3-4 weeks to order in your Bombonieres once you have completed your order and paid in full.

**this item is imported we highly recommend ordering an extra 5-10 bombonieres as spares just in case you need them, to avoid additional processing and shipping.

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Bomboniere, are small gifts given by the bride and groom to their wedding guests. It is, generally, just a small gesture to say thank you for their time, their gifts and, most importantly, their presence on the couple’s big day. They also act as a memento of the couple’s day.

While bomboniere can be quite extravagant (and expensive), there’s no reason they have to be. Traditionally, they’ve been sugared almonds or something home-made, but because it’s about thanking your guests, it could be anything, from pictures frames and wine bottles with personalised labels to jars of lollies and even seedlings guests can plant in memory of your big day.

It really is up to you. These days, many couples even opt to give guests a piece of the wedding cake in a nice box or cake bag rather than (though, sometimes, in addition to) a wedding favour.

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