Little Things Favors Gives Back With Charitable Donations

Sayreville, New Jersey (PressExposure) July 14, 2008 -- While the entire wedding industry business takes in billions of dollars annually, Little Things Favors celebrates their success by giving back to causes to help fund dreams.

"We have been blessed in a highly competitive industry which caters to brides fulfilling their dreams. We felt that we should not only help those who are fortunate, but also help those who are less fortunate. By helping those who are in need, we are inspired to consistently build our website and business stronger so that we may continue to help in the future" state owners, Erica and Chris Tevis.

Little Things was contacted by the Association for Wedding Professionals International to help donate to the Make-A-Wish foundation for a 15 year old California girl who has a dream of a Quinceañera. Little Things has donated to her the favors for her Sweet 15 party.

Additionally, Little Things Favors is a strong environmental supporter donating to causes such as Carbon Fund, to reduce Little Things Favors' carbon footprint and help with finding alternative energy sources. Little Things also makes a conscientious effort to use recycled packaging materials when orders ship from their New Jersey warehouse location, offering recycled boxes, biodegradable packaging peanuts and recycled newsprint paper. They have also ceased creating a catalog of their offerings to further reduce their environmental impact.

About Little Things Favors

Little Things Favors currently carries over 5,000 wedding favors and accessories from popular manufacturers such as Kate Aspen, Fashioncraft, Cassiani Collection, and Carlson Craft. Little Things stocks a complete selection of bridesmaids and groomsmen gifts, personalized wedding favors, wedding favor packaging, and other party favors, including baby shower, birth announcements, religious favors and gifts as well.

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Press Release Submitted On: July 13, 2008 at 2:39 pm
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