Wedding favors are not just a nice touch; they’re not just for your guests to take home as a memento of your wedding. For some, wedding favors are so much more.
Recently, I had a bride, Laura Haddad contact me for a very special request. She lost her father years ago, and being that her father was of Lebanese descent, this woman wanted to somehow capture the memory of her father in connection with her cultural background. In her words: “It is so important to me to include some Lebanese influences in our wedding because it will be used to represent my dad… Although he won’t be there to walk me down the aisle, I will have something there to represent him as well as my family in Lebanon that won’t be able to attend.”
Perhaps needless to say, I was so flattered and touched, not just because I was chosen to be a part of their special day, but because as a woman, myself, of Lebanese descent, I felt extremely connected to this bride and her request.
When their wedding day finally arrived August 10th, 2013 this couple’s wedding favors were extra special, and I am thrilled more so because they thought so too! I was able to incorporate their wedding colors of Tiffany blue and green and connect them with the bride’s Lebanese background!
This level of service is a level that, I think, separates SoBelle Favors from other related wedding vendors. I love connecting with my clients in unique and meaningful ways, whether it relate to their culture or some other aspect of their life.
I strive to offer a level of service that surpasses expectations every time. I can customize wedding favors to cater to any and all occasions, backgrounds, colors, etc. Better yet, I use only the highest quality chocolates and décor.
Congratulation to the newly wed. Wish you both endless happiness!