Post # 1
Hi bees! I wanted to share my very afforadable and (hopefully!) well liked favors! We didn’t want to send our guests home with some trinket with our name on it, so we knew we wanted it to be edible. I looked into many, many options and one day in the grocery a store it just hit me. I made 340 chocolate covered pretzels, which is enough for each guest to take 4. It took us about 6 hours to coat and sprinkle, let them dry, amd package. Total supplies were about $30. if you have more guests you could give each two instead of four also!
Post # 3
They look great! And you cant beat that price.
I dont think I’d have the patience to make all of them. Haha.
Post # 4
@sofialovesmikey: Brilliant! I am not judging others but personally I throw away favors with the couple’s name on it. I feel guilty cause I’m sure they spent a decent amount of money overall. But seriously, what can you do with that stuff? Chocolate pretzels are the way to go! haha
Post # 5
@sofialovesmikey: Cute! I think we’ll be making these to put on our dessert bar. I might just provide guests with take home bags and let them choose things from the bar as their favors.
Post # 6
Those look tasty! I’d love to receive one as a favor.
Post # 7
@sofialovesmikey: Those are beautiful, and I’m sure everyone will love them. We do that (and a lot more) at Christmas time and the kids love the pretzels best!!
Post # 8
They are a lovely gift. They’d be good for Christmas presents too.
Post # 9
Great idea! yeah, I don’t take trinket favors or anything with names and dates on them. I am always torn – should I take it and throw it away at home, or should I leave it for the bride’s Great Aunt Bertha who is a favor hoarder. I especially hate seeds. The majority of guests are NOT going to take the time to get little pots and potting soil, plant and cultivate them, and then transplant them. Please…..just toss me some chocolate or you can skip the favors, that is fine too.
Post # 10
@sofialovesmikey: i love them. what a great, cost-effective favour! good job.
Post # 11
What a cute favour for a great price! I love that you made enough for each person to take a few. I think they’ll be very popular.
Post # 12
@sofialovesmikey: I love them! What a great idea. Hmmm… I may have to make some for my wedding.
Post # 13
Yay for edible favours! FI loves trickety crap, I wanted to leave behind the mason jar mugs with his cousin’s name on it from a wedding this summer but he wouldn’t let me!
Post # 14
I love this idea! Would it be possible for you to post the cost breakdown? And where did you find the awesome cello bags?
Post # 15
Super cute AND yummy looking! Nice job OP!
Post # 16
what a great idea! Looks great 🙂