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What's Hot in Fall Wedding Favors for 2013

With fall officially upon us, it's time to think about fall wedding favors for all your upcoming nuptial celebrations. Today Favor Days joins us with some of their hot fall wedding favors for 2013.
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Your guests can now enjoy the ideal season {fall} for planting by giving them the eco-friendly "Fall for Love" Personalized Wildflower Seed Favors.

The Autumn Mix Fall Plantable Confetti Set in heart shapes are handmade from recycled paper that is embedded with wildflower seeds. When your guests plant the confetti, beautiful wildflowers will bloom.

Fall in Love Autumn Leaf Place Card Holders are made of tin and come in both maple and oak leaf designs. They even come with the cream blank cards and are sold in sets of 6.

These Autumn Elegance Laser-Cut Fall Leaf Favor Boxes are two-toned with striking accents featuring the laser-cut leaves on the sides of the cream-colored box top so the brown box shows through. The satin bows are included and these boxes come in sets of 24.

These Leaf Design Autumn Candle Favors feature two leaves that are embellished with amber stone accents - a beautiful way to have your guests bring home the color and warmth of fall.

The Autumn Fall Leaf Box Favors is an elegant cut out trinket box that's just perfect for holding jewelry, coins or any treasure you want to keep safe inside. It's a super unique favor box design.

The Falling for You Scented Pine Cone Candle Favors will add a delightful dimension to the ambiance of your event with its fresh, light cinnamon fragrance. These come in sets of 4.

The Fall in Love Scented Leaf-Shaped Soap Favors have a fresh, natural fragrance in the two oatmeal-colored soaps that sit on a nest of straw.