Jordan Almond question

We are using Jordan Almonds as wedding favors. A little poem will be including to explain the meaning and also in the poem it states "Five almonds for each guest to eat..."I will be putting them in little black organza bags. Little tags will state their table #.All of my guests are couples or groups, so do I have to put 5 almonds for each guest, or just enough to cover the # of the party... example (Smith Family- 7 people= 7 almonds).TIA!
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Re: Jordan Almond question

  • edited December 2011
    The traditional custom says that Jordan almonds represent both the bitter and the sweet of marriage; the custom dictates that you give five pieces to each guest, to represent the five wedding wishes: health, wealth, happiness, fertility and longevity.”So I would do 5 per person...
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