Black and White Wedding Favours

If you are on the hunt for black and white wedding favours then Wedding Delights have 4 of the best for you to choose from.  They come in kit form for you to assemble yourself.  Dont worry though you don’t need 5 Blue Peter badges to put them together because each favour has a downloadable instruction sheet (that fits on one side of A4) with some easy steps on how to make them.

Black and White Favour Box

Square Black and White Favours
The popular square box and lid is still a favourite of mine.  This black favour box is brought to life with small ivory tearoses, an ivory pearl cluster and ivory ribbon.  The contrast between dark and light is very striking and since you assemble the boxes and decorate them your self they work out very inexpensive.  All the pieces required to make the black and white square favour boxes can be bought from the Wedding Delights website.

Black and White Pillbox FavourBlack and White Pillbox Favours
The pillbox is another popular wedding favour shape.  These black pillbox favours look complicated to make but they are in fact very easy.  The flat packed boxes have been machined and glued such that they simply bop into shape.  The black tea roses stand out against the white organza ribbon.  However, as striking as this design looks I am still not sure about black roses on my wedding day.   I figure these are best suited to a gothic wedding.

Black and White Astucci Favour BoxAstucci Style with Charms
The next style, again follows the traditional wedding favour design. The clever folds on this white textured board Astucci favour box interlock at the top.  This fastening  is concealed by a black bow and black tea rose.  The finishing touch which really sets this design off is the silver charm which is fixed to the trailing ribbon tie.

Triangular Black and White Favour BoxBlack and White Triangular Favour Box
Triangular boxes are a little unusual for a favour box as their shape lends themself more towards a cake box design. I guess that is why this one does not fit too comfortably for me and is my least favourite on this page. I cannot help thinking that this favour may look like its dropped off the side of the cheeseboard as a piece of Camembert or Brie. That said, I cannot see any reason why you could’nt use this design as a cake box to coordinate with one of the favours above. If it is a little on the large side then Wedding Delights also do a thinner more traditional cake box along the same design.


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