Charitable Wedding Favours: Cancer Research




Even the most over-inflated of wedding budgets often include wedding favours, but are they necessary?

The average wedding breakfast seats around 100 people, and the per-person cost of personalised fridge magnets or pouches of wildflower seeds can rise to hundreds of pounds. 

And let's be honest...

What do we do with them once the reception is over? 

They stay in the bottom of our bags, in the back of our cupboards or they go in the bin (sorry, blissfully married couples, but it's true).




Are you willing to put that money to better use? 

Cancer Research UK is offering couples wedding favours with a difference: personalised cards and gifts with a charitable donation. 

We think this is such a good idea. 

This is a chance for couples to do something worthwhile with their wedding favours. 

And what a lovely way to honour the memory of those who can't be present at the wedding. Perhaps, those who were taken too soon by cancer. 




The recommended donation is between £2 and £2.50 per person. 

Cards telling guests about the donation made in their name can be printed from home or ordered online and delivered to your door. 

If you’d still like to offer a physical wedding favour to guests, then there are some beautiful items available to purchase, too. 





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