Make a difference with Cancer Research UK wedding favours

Not sure what to give your guests as a memento of your day? Here are some great reasons to choose charity wedding favours from Cancer Research UK…

Truly meaningful

With so many details to plan ahead of a wedding, it’s tricky to pick wedding favours that are both meaningful to you as a couple and won’t be left on tables at the end of the night!

Cancer Research UK wedding favours offer a truly personal and meaningful alternative to traditional wedding favours.

Remember a loved one that cannot be there on your special day

Many of us will have been touched by cancer at some point in our lives. For many couples, the favours are a thoughtful way to remember loved ones or celebrate those who are able to be with you on your special day, thanks to research.

Personalised cards and plenty of favours to choose from

In exchange for a donation towards Cancer Research UK’s life-saving work, couples can choose personalised cards and a

range of favours. Mix and match with fun glitter lips and moustache pin badges, or pick from exclusive designs by bridal designers Kate Halfpenny, Suzanne Neville, and Jenny Packham. There are also flower seeds, keyrings and wristbands – you’ll find a special keepsake for every guest.

Support life-saving research

The money raised through the wedding favours will support Cancer Research UK’s pioneering work into the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of cancer. Favours are not only a nice way to remember or celebrate a loved one at your wedding, but your donation will also help create more tomorrows for families facing cancer in the future.

Give back without breaking the budget

Cancer Research UK ask for a suggested donation of £2 or £2.50 for a designer favour that will go towards beating cancer sooner.

To order your favours and donate to Cancer Research UK, visit

Make a difference with Cancer Research UK wedding favourswas last modified: August 10th, 2016by Sophie Grabham detailsideasinspirationplanningreceptionswedding ideaswedding planning

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