It is not uncommon or foolish to leave your wedding favours as the last item on your wedding checklist. In fact, in my honest opinion, it is the wisest thing to do. After all, that is why they are called favours.
However, if you decide that you want to follow tradition and have wedding favours and are almost out of pocket then personalised chocolate is the best option.
Simply ask from someone or friend to search on the internet for personalised chocolate wedding favours via https://heartsofcupid.com.au/collections/chocolate-wedding-favours within your budget. The next step is simply to call the company and arrange for your wedding chocolate to be personalised.
Make sure you do not ask a friend to do this on your behalf. The favours are not a major part of the wedding but guess what? They will show up in the wedding photos so ask them to give you a list of the best websites they found. Then, visit each one to make sure you are happy to purchase from them.
Once you have made a decision to buy your personalised wedding chocolate favours from a particular company, ask them to send you a sample of what your favours should look like. They might decide to deduct the cost of the sample from your total order.
The best practice is actually to ask for samples from as many companies that are willing to send out samples. This way you can rest assured you won’t be receiving any surprises in form of personalised chocolate. Unfortunately, with food items bought on the internet, you can’t ask for a refund. So, be sure you are happy with the sample before ordering.