It’s a symbol of gratitude from the bride & groom for sharing in their day – a keepsake and reminder, perhaps personalised and fitting with the wedding theme. We have some very quirky ideas for favours and all from local companies;
Isle of Skye Candle Company is a family run business providing high quality, elegant handmade candles using natural soya wax and fragranced with scents inspired and created by nature. Their votive candles make the perfect wedding favours.
Talisker Distillery is the oldest working distillery on the Isle of Skye, Set on the shores of Loch Harport in the village of Carbost. Talisker whisky miniature, 5cl bottles make the ideal wedding favours.
Isle of Skye Fudge Company make a traditional Scottish tablet that is to die for! Using a traditional family recipe, the tablet is made with pure butter, sugar, full cream and condensed milk, then stylishly packed to make great wedding favours.
The invitation will be the first thing your guests will receive. It will set the tone and give them some idea of what to expect, not only the details but the look and feel of your day. As they say first impressions count and I couldn’t think of anyone better to help you create that first impression than Emma Noble who works from her own studio in Kyle of Lochalsh creating stunning designs & creations.
‘Working with you from ‘Yes’ to ‘I do’…..If you are interested in receiving more information or a bespoke quotation on wedding planning services or would like to chat about how I can be of help on your big day, please fill in the contact form or phone 07818 021 462.