The trend towards throwing Boho themed parties started in Europe towards the end of 2016 and it doesn't seem to be slowing down. Americans are embracing the chic look of all things Boho too and that includes 2017's bridal couples. So what does the Boho trend mean for wedding reception favors this year and possibly the next? Let's see:
The theme's foundation stretches back to the decade of extremes and juxtapositions. Yes, we're talking 1960s here. Portions of the nation were very much in to doing their own thing. So it was typical to see the stereotypical, free-wheeling hippies in one section of an American town and conservatively dressed fans of Camelot in the other.
The hippie vibe is what many brides are embracing today. So we expect wedding reception favors to have a distinctly retro feel. To achieve that nod to 60s nostalgia, brides have several options. For instance, they could choose to personalize candy that was popular throughout the turbulent decade. In terms of chocolate, that category would include Big Hunk, Abba Zaba and 100 Grand bars, just to name three.
Couples that didn't want to go that retro could stick with modern chocolate bars. They're readily available and inexpensive. Plus, they could make the candies appear to be from the Bohemian fueled era by altering the wrappers. With that said, wedding reception favor wrappers meant to inspire Bohemian thoughts should be colorful. After all, much of the 60s vibe centered on free expression and experimentation.
In addition to being colorful, wedding reception favors for Bohemian bridal couples could feature retro graphics and phrases. The phrases could be extremely short while still getting the point across. For example, there could be wedding reception favors marked as "for cats" or "for chicks." The first term was slang for men and the latter means women. For more suggestions like these or to order Bohemian inspired favors of your own, please contactSweet Wrappings today.
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