Wedding Favors for Wedding Season!

Wedding Favors for Wedding Season!

If you've attended a wedding or event, you've probably left with a favor. Favors can be a hit or miss. Your guests either talk about them for days or leave them on the table for you to deal with after your big day. We are here to help you land the perfect favor for your guests. One they'll be excited to take home. Favors that they'll want for their own event. 

We decided to curate gift selections based customer favorites that are readily available in large quantities. That's right, we listened to YOU and we are bringing you a brand new exclusive love, Pittsburgh favor collection along with welcome bag options. 

Our new favor sized options include collaborations with Arbor House Soap, Steal City Salt Co, Brewed2Burn, and Curly Tail Coffee. 

The mini love, Pittsburgh soap bar from Arbor House Soaps has a one of a kind cream and white marbled pattern with a floral scent. 

Our next favor is a personal sized blend of coffee from Curly Tail Coffee. The adorable packaging makes this Medium Roast a perfect flavor and favor.

Brewed2Burn helped us bring you a mini love, Pittsburgh soy candle, that all your guests will love. Our clean black tea, bamboo, and bergamot scent is sure to stand out. 

Last but not least, we have our tasty exclusive salt blend made with love by Steel City Salt Co. The small size of love, Pittsburgh Everything Salt is great for adding flavor to just about everything.

If our favors aren't your thing, have no fear, gift bag options are here! Our welcome gift bags range in price from $5-$25 and may be packaged in our small black pinstripe bag with gold foil love, Pittsburgh logo at no additional cost, or in a love, Pittsburgh tote bag for an additional $12. 

We are happy to create custom packages of products available in store or on our website based on your preferences, however these may require additional lead time.

Whatever you may need, we're here! 

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