Scottsdale Wedding Favors

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Scottsdale Wedding Favors


Many centuries ago, European aristocrats in France and Italy sent their wedding guests home with a small gift called a bonnonniere (or bomboniere). Inside a box made out of porcelain, crystal, precious stones or metal, guests would unwrap delicacies fashioned out of sugar. Today, couples may choose from edible and non-edible gestures of appreciation for family and friends who have shared in their special day.


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In Scottsdale, a couple of places to shop around for wedding favors include:


 


Edible Scottsdale Wedding Favors


Edible wedding favors are a popular choice for couples looking to leave guests with sweet memories of their nuptials. Gourmet, designer, or popular chocolates make delicious fillers for decorative favor boxes. In Scottsdale, the following heavy hitters in the chocolate world are located about town:


 


Scottsdale Wedding Favors Resource: Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory


From gourmet chocolate bars to irresistible English toffee, the Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory is a well-known chocolate hotspot found all over the United States. In Scottsdale, there are two locations to visit: 14858 North Frank Lloyd Wright and 7014 Camelback Road at Scottsdale Fashion Square.


 


Scottsdale Wedding Favors Resource: Godiva Chocolates


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For mouth-watering chocolate wedding favors, consider the selection at Godiva, which carries Mixed Berry and Almond Bark, Chocolate Truffle Gems, and tantalizing white chocolate pieces. Godiva Chocolates is located at the Scottsdale Fashion Square.


 


DIY Scottsdale Wedding Favors


There's nothing more special than making a cherished gift for family and friends who have attended your wedding. For example, if you're a crafter and feel confident in your skills to create your own wedding favors, the Scottsdale Bead Supply offers a wide range of supplies to complete handmade bracelets, pearl knotting, wire crafting, and bead weaving. Some of the beads in stock come from all over the world, including Japanese Delicas, African trade beads, Bali silver, as well as local artisan lamp glass. Keepsake materials for smaller, more intimate weddings may include pearls, Austrian crystals, and semi-precious gemstones.


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Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory


https://rockymountainchocolatefactory.com


Godiva Chocolates


http://www.godiva.com


Scottsdale Bead Supply


http://www.scottsdalebead.com

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Last Updated: August 4, 2013 at 1:32 am
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