Post # 1
My mom and MOH are “planning” the bridal shower…but I kinda know its going to happen! But I want to make sure the guests leave with a nice favor. What did your guests get as a favor or will get at your bridal shower? THANKS HIVE!
Post # 3
Here are the favors I made when we hosted my cousin’s bridal shower. We found the glass containers at a dollar store for $0.75. My mom makes candles so she filled the containers and then I decorated the outside with ribbon and then paper flowers from Hobby Lobby. I also printed out little labels saying the scent and a little thank you with the date onto address labels and stuck them on the bottom.
Post # 4
There probably won’t be a theme…I just want a general favor…
What do you think?
Post # 5
In general, edible favors are best. However favors are never required no matter what the event is. At the same time, bath stuff seems to be popular for shower favors.
Post # 6
I just saw a shower where the hostess placed a cooking utensil with a cute tag on each guest’s place setting ( it was tucked into the napkin ). The tags said stuff like “Hey there Cookie” attached to a wooden spoon and Bon Appetit attached to a spatula. Cute and cheap!
Post # 7
Thanks ladies…Kmattso2 those are so cute! Thanks for sharing! 🙂
Post # 8
Hopefully some of these ideas can get you started thinking.
Not sure what your theme is, but there are so many cute kitchen items that work great for bridal showers – Measure of love – measuring spoons, the perfect blend – coffee samples, etc… Anyway, hope this gets your creative juices flowing, good luck and happy planning.
Post # 9
- Wedding: May 2010 - The Pierre Hotel
For my sister’s shower, we made white chocolate lollipops in the shape of an umbrella (shower, get it?), and put each lollipop in a cellophane bag with a personalized ribbon. They were a hit!
Post # 10
My super creative bridesmaids made home-made vanilla extract, in adorable little bottles from a tutorial on Style Me Pretty! They added a daisy cookie cutter and a printed recipe for my grandma’s sugar cookies. It was definitely the cutest favor I’ve ever seen!
Here’s the tutorial: http://www.stylemepretty.com/2009/02/20/diy-project-homemade-vanilla-favors/
Post # 11
for my best friend’s bridal shower, i made rice krispie squares but used a flower shaped cookie-cutter and decorated them with purple & green icing (the shower colours). They were popular and fairly easy for a shower with 50+ people!
Post # 12
I LOVE the vanilla idea! And cookies. Maybe a shortbread… maybe even flavored? (I’m a sucker for lavender shortbread) Candles are cute too! I always need candles and never feel like buying them cause they’re kinda expensive.
Post # 13
Wow thanks ladies I love all these ideas. The vanilla idea and the cookie/ rice krispie idea sound really great. I was just at a retirement party for my aunt and there was so many good homemade snacks there…so I think I may go with food! Thanks everyone!