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Wednesday, October 14, 2009

Aromatherapy for Weddings

Although I am more interested in the clinical side of essential oils and aromatherapy and how essential oils can be used to treat various problems, I also offer aromatherapy gifts through my web stores (both Sedona Aromatherapie and Chocolate Aromatherapy). I find it useful as a way of reaching people who may not have otherwise become interested in aromatherapy.

I have had a wedding section in the Sedona Aromatherapie web store for quite a while now but haven't really promoted it. In the next month or so, I intend to look at that section again and update it. In conjunction with this, I will be building a new web site, aromatherapywedding.com, which I hope to launch in the Spring of 2010.

Recently, I did some aromatherapy wedding favors for a client, which promoted me to write the article Alternative Wedding Favor Ideas - Aromatherapy.

Aromatherapy can be used to reach many people in many ways, so why not introduce it into a wedding? Aromatherapy wedding favors and gifts are a unique way to introduce wedding guests to aromatherapy and perhaps start some onto a whole new way of looking at things.....

So, although I will continue to learn and train in the use of essential oils for specific problems, I also plan to offer unique aromatherapy gifts too in my web stores for the near future. I will keep you posted of any other unique aromatherapy gift ideas I discover!

If you have any comments on aromatherapy gift ideas for weddings or for other events please leave me a comment!


  1. oh my this is great idea! i am also into aromatherapy but i noticed that not everyone appreciate it. through this way, giving it as a wedding favor, many will be more informed. i just hope that along with the essential oils are informational booklet or something so that they will know how to use it. http://www.aromatyme.com

  2. Hi Cherry Mae,

    Thanks for the comment - I usually have personal contact with the client and they usually have some interest in aromatherapy which is a good start :) But I always enclose an information card too :)

  3. BTW Cherry Mae, I noticed that you left me a comment on my suite101 article - but I had to delete it per suite101's policy. You put a link in the comment and they don't allow it :( (Its considered spamming by the site) Sorry! If you want to re-post without the link that would be ok. This is the only way I know to let you know :) I wish they would add something to that effect on the site as I often get a comment which would be allowable if people didn't add the link at the end. I know its to stop those that just spam though too.