As you already know, I really like practical favors, and you can’t get much more practical than soap, as all your guests (hopefully) will need to wash their hands some time after they get home from your wedding.
Not only that, but they will refund you for the shipping cost of your samples when and if you later place a full order.
My Review of Cherry Blossom Soap from My Wedding Favors
I thought the individual soap was packaged very nicely. It looked very elegant, and it certainly did NOT have a look that would make guests think, “What do I need this cheap junk for?” (Which is probably the main reason people say they don’t like wedding favors.)
When I took the soap out of the box, the first thing I did was give it a few good sniffs. It didn’t have what I would consider either a strong or “identifiable” scent. What I mean is that is just smelled “fresh and clean” as opposed to me thinking, “Ooh, strawberries!” or anything like that.
For example, it did not have the type of scent that Bath & Body Works products have. I will leave that to you to decide whether or not that is a good thing.
Cherry Blossom Soap Favor in Action!
After I finished washing and drying my hands, I sniffed them. Again, my hands “smelled clean,” but did not have any kind of perfumey scent to them.
I have always had dry, somewhat sensitive skin, and after using this soap several times a day for two days, I never found it to be drying or irritating (like hotel bars of soap sometimes are.)