Edible Wedding Favors

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Edible Wedding Favors

Favors & Gifts43 Edible Wedding Favors Your Guests Will LoveBy Heather Lee and Gabriella RelloUpdated on December 11, 2014With tons of sweet and savory options, give a delicious edible favor as your wedding thank you! We guarantee your guests won't leave these treats on the table at the end of the night.Share via facebook dialogShare via PinterestShare via Emailfacebook dialogPinterestwww.marissamaharaj.comWhen it comes to wedding favors, offer your nearest and dearest an edible (or sippable!) treat for a crowd-pleasing and thoughtful thank you.If you have the time (and are looking for a manageable DIY project for your wedding), creating an edible wedding favor is the perfect place to add your personalized stamp on the big day. Homemade jam, sauces, or cookies are common go-tos, but if you're nervous about timing or pulling it off like a pro, don't feel compelled to do it on your own. Store-bought edible favors can feel just as special with a few simple upgrades — just adorn a custom tag, recipe card, or thank-you note.From mini bottles of champagne or the accoutrements for your favorite cocktail to gourmet olive oil or jars of pickles, the options are endless when it comes to picking an edible wedding favor. And while these yummy gifts are an opportunity for you to share something about you and your groom (like mini jars of BBQ sauce from the restaurant where you had your first date), they also offer you the chance to highlight your wedding location. If your destination is known for its abundant sweet honey or is practically synonymous with a traditional dish (like grits in the south or pretzels in Philly), consider giving friends and family those locally-sources treats.No matter what kind of edible favor you go for, you can be sure that your guests will appreciate the tasty tokens. Plus, they're often more cost-effective than trinket gifts, like picture frames or ornaments (that no one really wants anyway). So you — and your budget — can feel good about picking a sweet, savory, sippable, or spicy favor for your wedding.facebook dialogPinterestJen Huang PhotographyAre you known for your amazing homemade cookies? Then package up your signature cookie mix in jars with clear instructions for friends and family to bake at home.facebook dialogPinterestKate Osborne PhotographySomething as simple as your favorite chocolate bar is a great wedding favor. Print custom labels for a pretty DIY project that will make a big impact on guests.facebook dialogPinterestBelathee PhotographyA Texas-based couple passed out miniature bottles of locally made vodka paired with recipe cards of their favorite cocktails for their guests to enjoy at home.facebook dialogPinterestThe NicholsWhether you're willing to admit it or not, PopTarts are one indulgence most people never grow out of. Ask your baker to create a more adult-friendly version of the breakfast treat in a flavor combo like brown-sugar and apple for guests to enjoy.facebook dialogPinterestJose VillaGive guests a personalized paper lunch bag full of fresh-popped popcorn to snack on during the ride home.facebook dialogPinterestErik EkrothFor a more rustic, DIY touch, set up a favor table laden with jars of homemade pickles. Complete with a cute laser-cut tag, this one is a winner!facebook dialogPinterestLisa Berry PhotographyWhether you make it from scratch or jar your favorite brand, sweet hot fudge is a favor all guests will love. Share your favorite ways to use the dessert to inspire your friends and family.facebook dialogPinterestKay English PhotographyMini bottles of brown-sugar bourbon with hand-calligraphed tags can double as a tasty favor and your escort cards.facebook dialogPinterestEvermineHow delicious do these fried almonds with thyme sound? It's an unexpected favor idea that will satisfy even your most critical foodie guest.facebook dialogPinterestThe NicholsIf you're known for your fabulous dinner parties, let your guests in on your kitchen secrets. A homemade jar of your famed spice rub, or a similar savory favor, will be a huge hit.facebook dialogPinterestRebekah Westover PhotographyFrench macarons have become a trendy wedding favor. They're as pretty as the are delicious and have tons of customizable potential, but we love packaging a few in a pretty box or bag.facebook dialogPinterestTroy GroverIf you're up for a DIY project, consider whipping up some homemade limoncello. Send guests home with a bottle and they'll surely remember your big day while they're sipping it at home.facebook dialogPinterestAmelia & Dan PhotographyFor a taste of the south, give your wedding guests bags of freshly-made boiled peanuts. Bonus points for couples that use similar bow tie-shaped tags!facebook dialogPinterestCourtesy of Brides of North TexasEveryone loves a donut, and your guests will be particularly thankful to have a ready-made breakfast the morning after your nuptials. A mini box of tasty Krispy Kreme donuts is a tasty option, but you could also have your caterer make and package their own confections at the party.facebook dialogPinterestCourtesy of Wedding Paper DivasHot chocolate mix is the perfect favor for a winter wedding. Give guests the ingredients they'll need for a chocolaty treat at home and include a card with instructions for a memorable gift.facebook dialogPinterestAnita Martin PhotographyInto making jam? Make some batches of your favorite flavors to give to guests. Think outside of the classic for a standout gift your friends and family will remember (apricot and habanero sounds amazing, doesn't it?).facebook dialogPinterestMef PhotographyThey may be a popular childhood treat, but s'mores are beloved by wedding guests of all ages. Gift guests a package of all the pieces necessary to make this campfire favorite.facebook dialogPinterestJose VillaGive guests a personalized glass flask filled with tea and lemonade, and provide vodka upon request for an instant to-go signature cocktail.facebook dialogPinterestTara McCullen PhotographyFor a seaside wedding, anchor-stamped shortbread cookies are thematically on point. Tie with a nautical striped ribbon to drive your theme home.facebook dialogPinterestJen Huang PhotographySpun sugar treats aren't just for the kids. Package gourmet cotton candy favors in refined flavors like salted caramel or lemongrass. Bonus points if you hire a vendor to hand-make the treat for guests right at the reception.facebook dialogPinterestKristi Wright PhotographyWe love the idea of bottling up jars of barbecue sauce from your favorite 'cue joint to give to your guests.facebook dialogPinterestSweetwater PortraitsHow festive are these mini cans of sparkling wine? Provide a colorful straw and encourage guests to crack their favor during your toast.facebook dialogPinterestLev Kuperman PhotographySend guests home with a bottle of delicious maple syrup that they can enjoy with pancakes and waffles at home.facebook dialogPinterestKate Headley PhotographyHand-cut biscuits and homemade jam, along with a few packets of your favorite tea, are the perfect morning-after breakfast for your guests. Package them in a cute box for guests to enjoy the next day before heading home.facebook dialogPinterestJen Rodriguez PhotographyA carton of milk and a package of homemade cookies makes for the perfect take-home treat.facebook dialogPinterestCWF PhotographyAnother Southern staple, grits (or perhaps Carolina rice) would make a lovely favor for guests to enjoy at home. Just tie the cotton sack with a pretty ribbon and offer guests your favorite recipe to prepare.facebook dialogPinterestGrazier PhotographyHome-brewed beer, crafted by the groom and his cousin, is a meaningful favor that will encourage guests to keep the party going all night long.facebook dialogPinterestMax WangerWarm and generously sugared churros will make guests smile on their way out of the reception. Pop them in colorful bags or make an interactive station where guests can add toppings.facebook dialogPinterestRed Sparrow PhotographyIf you and your groom love all things spicy, then why not give everyone miniature bottles of your favorite hot sauces? But do offer varying degrees of heat — not everyone will want a fiery flavor!facebook dialogPinterestThe GemmersA Portland couple made batches of their homemade herbal elixir (ingredients included local botanicals, apples, black currants, maple, and orange peel) to give to friends and family.facebook dialogPinterestMango StudiosInstead of sweet varieties like strawberry or raspberry, surprise guests with jars of homemade, savory tomato jam.facebook dialogPinterestLove Me Do PhotographyFor guests that don't love traditional wedding cake, a chocolaty treat is always appreciated. Consider jars of an alternative sweet, like these mini chocolate mouse favors that guests can enjoy.facebook dialogPinterestA Simple PhotographPass out pretty bottles of extra-virgin olive oil, bearing a printed tag with your favorite recipe to use it!facebook dialogPinterestCloser to Love PhotographyThese personalized heart-shaped cookies are from Cake Creamery, a Southern California bakery. But they would be easy to bake and DIY yourself, or with the help of a few bridesmaids!facebook dialogPinterestBrooke Courtney PhotographyLet guests help themselves to chewy soft pretzels at the end of the reception (especially if you or your groom hails for Philly!). You can even try to work with the company to shape the pretzels into your initials.facebook dialogPinterestM Lindsay PhotographyBottle up some flavored homemade moonshine and display the labeled bottles near the reception exit for guests to grab as they depart the reception.facebook dialogPinterestHalf Full PhotographyIf you're hosting a low-key backyard wedding, keep the theme going with your favor! This couple hosted a bash entirely catered by a taco truck, so jars of homemade salsa were a natural fit.facebook dialogPinterestHendrickson PhotographyWho didn't love soft-yet-crunchy Rice Krispie treats as a kid? DIY these favors by adding a classic popsicle stick and dipping in dark chocolate or another topping of your choice.facebook dialogPinterestOur Labor of LovePass out miniature bottles of your favorite cocktail ingredients, like Coca-Cola and Maker's Mark (with a package of peanuts, of course), as a personalized wedding favor.facebook dialogPinterestJL PhotografiaA locally sourced favor, like this wildflower honey, is such a sweet idea for your end of the night gift.facebook dialogPinterestJade Norwood PhotographyDessert bars and candy stations have become a popular part of weddings. This all-chocolate option lets guests package up their favorite treats to enjoy on the way home from the reception.facebook dialogPinterestSasithon PhotographyWhether they're frosted to say your names or just a stack of pretty, freshly baked treats, your guests will love a few delicious cookies for a favor.facebook dialogPinterestChristian Oth StudioFor a glam New York City wedding, offer a taste of home with these black-and-white cookies.#TOPICS: Wedding FavorsWedding Favor IdeasPersonalized Wedding FavorsWedding ReceptionShare via facebook dialogShare via PinterestShare via Email

Edible Wedding Favors

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Edible Wedding Favors

Edible Wedding Favors
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Edible Wedding Favors
Edible Wedding Favors