Be lucky in love with Bluebell Wood

23rd March 2018

Couples celebrating their big day can put an extra smile on their guests' faces with Bluebell Wood's 'Lucky in Love' wedding favours.

Offering a chance for guests to scoop a £1,000 prize in the charity's weekly lottery, the favours are a great way for newly-weds to thank their guests and support children and young adults with life-shortening and life-threatening conditions. The small card-style lottery tickets, designed to sit on dinner place settings, provide a fun surprise for guests taking their places for the wedding meal. Designs include Love Heart, a pretty in pink wedding favour, Falling Confetti, featuring an elegant red hearts and flowers design, and Fluttering Butterflies, which reveals a beautiful butterfly design. Kelly Spencer, Lottery Fundraiser, Bluebell Wood: -When couples think about wedding favours for their guests, it's easy to struggle for ideas or wonder if the extra expense is worth it. Bluebell Wood Lucky in Love Wedding Favours let couples donate to a worthwhile cause and give each guest the chance of winning a cash prize. -Every bride and groom-to-be that thinks of Bluebell Wood when they choose their wedding favours will make the day even more fun for their guests, and help us to create special memories for our children and young adults. Bluebell Wood Wedding Favours are £1 each, the same price as a weekly lottery ticket, plus a small administration fee of £10 for up to 100 favours, £20 for 100-200 or £30 for 200+. You can buy Bluebell Wood wedding favours at

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