UK Designer Alex Monroe Creates Wedding Favours for Cancer Research UK



Wedding favours have moved on from sugared almonds in small netted bags and are now far more likely to reflect the decor and aesthetic of the individual wedding.

But many couples are choosing to ditch wedding favours entirely. 

If you're wondering whether favours are worth giving to your guests, then we hope you'll consider giving ones that help charity.





You might remember that we wrote about this at the end of last year. 

Cancer Research UK is the world's foremost cancer charity and it's asked British jewellery designer Alex Monroe to create a wedding favour pin badge in her unique style. 

The badges are part of a wider range of wedding favours offered by Cancer Research. 

Couples are asked the make a donation (£2.50 per badge), which will go towards helping to raise money for the charity's life-saving work. 

This beautiful gift goes far beyond the pin itself. We've all had or all will have our lives touched by cancer.

The favours will no doubt prove a popular gift to give in memory of friends and family that are no longer with us.

You can order the favours on the Cancer Research website where you'll also find other designs.





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