Getting Married in Brittany? Take a look at our Wedding Suppliers for Unique Wedding Party Gifts and Favors.
What will your choose as a Wedding Favour? Sweet Treats or a little local tipple? Discover what our wedding suppliers in France have to offer!
History tells us that the origins of honey coated almond wedding favors goes back to the ancient Greeks and Romans. These days they are given to wedding guests as a way of showing appreciation to the friends and family who’ve helped to celebrate your marriage. At the end of your wedding, when the last sparkler fades and your guests retire for the night your wedding favours will becomes the last little discovery from your special weekend.
Tradition also suggests that the happy couple purchase a gift for the key members of the bridal party. A personalised wedding gift or wedding favours from our artisans in France will add an extra special touch!
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More About the Brittany Region of France
Long-distance coast paths and king scallops (coquilles Saint-Jacques), sunset over the Pink Granite Coast, chateaux, forts and abbeys are here to be explored. Birdwatching in Saint-Brieuc Bay or the Sept-Îles archipelago, the biggest lake in Brittany at Guerlédan, granite giants at the Valley of the Saints, and adrenaline boosting watersports.
Taste a delicious, buttery kouign-amann at Douarnenez, enjoy the Vieilles Charrues music festival and the traditional Filets Bleus festival, surf at Cornouaille or hike in the Monts d’Arrée range, get a bird’s eye view from the cable car at Brest, marvel at the spire of Saint-Corentin cathedral in Quimper.
Follow in the footsteps of the great explorers in Saint-Malo and discover the world of King Arthur and Merlin at Brocéliande, watch dolphins in Mont-Saint-Michel Bay and marvel at the high tides on the Emerald Coast. Discover the colourful festivals and the cathderal in Rennes, oysters in Cancale and chestnuts in Redon.
Wander the medieval streets of Vannes, enjoy the Nantes-Brest Canal, or the isles of the Gulf, or the delicious local salted butter caramel. Lose yourself among the Carnac menhirs, go sailing at Lorient, explore the Brocéliande forest, re-live a Passage to India at Port-Louis, or experience the charms of the Rhuys and Quiberon peninsulas.