Good luck wedding favour charm for guests, bride, groom and guests

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Wish good luck at the wedding

There is a great amount of folklore and superstition associated with marriage . .


Many superstitions are so ingrained that they have become a regular part of wedding traditions: The reasons why a bride wears white and a veil, why the groom carries the bride over the threshold, why have a best man and bridesmaids, why we still decorate the getaway vehicle with noisy items and why the bride should have something old, new, borrowed and blue. They all come from wedding folklore and superstition. And many involve good (or bad) luck.

Do you know someone who could benefit from some special luck on their wedding day – or some lucky gifts for the wedding party or guests?

Send good luck wishes to a friend, loved-one or work colleague for their Wedding . . Help your friends and loved-ones have a great day * Wish the bride and groom a long and happy marriage * Give a special gift to the wedding guests. See our SHOP for range of WEDDING gifts.


The groom is supposed to carry a small mascot or charm in his pocket on the wedding day for good luck. The best man should pay the fee of the minister in an odd amount of money in order to bring luck to the newly-wed couple. In some parts of the UK it’s also traditional for the bride to place a new coin in her shoe for good luck. Ivy in a wedding bouquet, assures luck, lilies signify purity, apple blossoms, better things to come, and myrtle is supposed to bring good fortune. Egyptian women are known to pinch the bride on her wedding day for luck and in Holland a pine tree is planted outside the newlyweds’ home for good luck and fertility.

Wedding favours are small gifts which the bride and groom give to their guests during a wedding ceremony or wedding reception to pass on their good luck. The tradition of giving wedding favours dates back many centuries to when European aristocrats (originally the French) would give a gift of a bonbonniere to their wedding guests to take home – a small box that contained sugar confectionery. In the thirteenth century, almonds coated with sugar, known as confetti, were introduced and over time, replaced the bonbonniere. Traditionally, five Jordan almonds were presented in the confection box or wrapped in elegant fabric to represent fertility, longevity, wealth, health and happiness. By giving these favours such as lucky charms to their guests at the reception, the bride and groom are passing on their good luck, making perfect traditional keepsakes for all the wedding guests.


Our lucky charms come from Almeria in southern Spain close to where the original Indalos were discovered. This is a region of ancient culture believed to be the origin of the Neolithic civilisation that spread up into the whole of northern Europe between 4000 and 2000 BC – and the beginning of a megalithic era that was one of the great periods of Spanish and European history and included the construction of the mystical monuments of Stonehenge and Avebury in Britain. Cave paintings of Indalo-type shapes mingle with representations of suns, spirals, animals and labyrinths, each with their own mystical and esoteric meaning.

Pass on your good luck sentiments to friends, loved ones and wedding guests . .

The Indalo is reputed to have mystical powers to bring luck, good fortune and happiness. So . .

  • FOR THOSE THAT SEEK happiness, prosperity, friendship, protection, and good health . .
  • FOR THOSE WHO WANT more luck, love, confidence, success, and achievement . .
  • FOR THOSE WHO want their dreams to come true . .

Get them an Indalo!!!

Each lucky charm on this site is hand-picked and so although the colour, size, etc, can vary a bit from the photos shown here, it is used as a recognised but unique way to express goodwill wishes and desires. The accompanying information card about good luck and the Indalo can be personalised with your own special message.

The gift of an Indalo is perfect . . saying Good Luck, Congratulations, Best Wishes, With Love or Thank You . . in its own special way.

You can see more information / ideas on our sister websites:

Lucky Charm Jewelry for a Wedding gift  here 

Household gifts for a Wedding  here