Post # 1
So I’ve been trying to figure out favors, and I’ve decided to go with edible cause I too hate trinkity stuff. But since my desert table is going to be very chocolaty (squares, macaroons, chocolate almonds, cake and fruit) I was thinking of doing mints in a cute tin. I was thinking of doing scotch mints, or is this idea lame??
Or what are some of your ideas??
Post # 3
Many people like mints after a meal to freshen their breath.
Post # 4
I’m usually not a big fan of favors, but I think mints are a cute idea, because I always search for them after a meal!
Post # 5
They’re not the most innovative idea but I always eat mine when we get theM in arestaurant and would probably appreciate them at a wedding too.
Post # 6
We bought pink Himalayan sea salt in bulk and used it to fill small wire bale jars. Then I made labels to stick on top. I have seen our wedding salt in quite a few kitchens since then! We will also never run out of salt in our household! (We used about 1.5 25-lb bags of salt. So we had about 12 lbs left over.)
Post # 7
@abbie017: Im not either, but you want give alittle something.
Thanks, I was worried it was a kinda lame idea, cause they arn’t exciting or fancy. But they are nice to have after dinner.
Post # 8
Not lame. I love mints and would want a mint after my dinner anyway!
Post # 9
Peppermint is my favorite candy so I personally would love mints. They may not be creative, but no need to spend hours and hundreds on something guests are going to toss out.
Post # 10
I have never been a fan of the typical mints that people use as gifts at weddings.. That said, I DO like mints after meals.. so maybe just not the typical tiny square ones? Something a little different might make it more interesting 🙂
Post # 11
Getting really cool tins will totally save the mints from being lame
Post # 12
I’m always a fan of mints! I usually eat them while I’m waiting for the dinner to start.
Post # 13
not THAT exciting, but agreed that people will actually take them and eat them, who doesn’t like some free mints/gum, etc
Post # 14
I think that mints are great, just try to buy good mints, because that will make all the difference (mints with chocolate inside, I’m thinking of you!)
Post # 15
- Wedding: July 2012 - Baltimore Museum of Industry
they better not be, because we’re doing melon (orange & green) tic tacs (with a personalized label I’m creating) as ours! Cheap, and I know people will actually use them.
Post # 16
Our wedding colors are green, black, and white, so we’re doing green and white mints in white organza bags at each place setting. 🙂