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too pretty to eat (well, almost)

Couples take note: Edible favors never (okay, rarely) get left behind. And while favors aren’t required, they’re a nice way to show your guests you appreciate their support and attendance. And if they traveled to celebrate, an edible token means instant gratification— no packing something extra in the suitcase for the trek home. Just like your invitation sets

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