In the days of open carriages, the ringing of bells was believed to ward off evil spirits that might want to bring bad luck to a bride and groom on their wedding day. Today, wedding bells ring after the ceremony and during the reception in celebration of a couple's wedding ceremony and new life together. Wedding bell favors are used to celebrate old and new wedding traditions by newlyweds across the globe and are designed for a variety of uses including:
Place card holders
Wedding bell ornaments
Kissing bells are used by family and friends of the bride and groom. Every time these bells are chimed, the bride and groom are supposed to kiss. Wedding bell favors are also chimed in lieu of clanging glassware or table tops with silverware in response to toasts symbolizing trust, honesty, and good cheer.
Use wedding bell place card holders to seat guests at their tables. During the reception, family and friends will chime the bells in response to toasts or to see the newlyweds kiss. After the wedding these delightful favors can be used to hold a favorite picture at home or in the office.