Here comes the bride… and her pencils

Lots of my pencils are given for occasions – birthdays, Christmas, travel overseas… this latest set is designed to be given as wedding favours. But they’ll work just as well for other party occasions too. They will universally suit a range of people – men, women, young or old – and are designed to bestow good wishes on your guests.

See the new Emma Makes wedding favour pencils.

Special prices for brides
Please contact me for special prices for your wedding – I’m happy to discount bulk pencil orders for your wedding or party. Email me at






The history of wedding favours

Wedding favours are small gifts given as a gesture of appreciation or gratitude to guests from the bride and groom during a wedding ceremony or a wedding reception.

The tradition of distributing wedding favours is a very old one. It is believed that the first wedding favour, common amongst European aristocrats, was known as a bonbonniere. A bonbonniere is a small trinket box made of crystal, porcelain, and/or precious stones. The contents of these precious boxes were generally sugar cubes or delicate confections,which symbolise wealth and royalty. (In this era, sugar was an expensive commodity and was treasured only among the wealthy.


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