Post # 1
I am so excited! We are going to do custom fortune cookies as our wedding favors!
I just can’t decide if I want to splurge on milk chocolate covered fortune cookies or stick to the plain. Plain ones are $72 and chocolate covered are $234. Big price difference…
Post # 3
Cool idea! I love pretty much anything covered in chocolate, but that is a big difference in price. You could use money from another aspect of your wedding to splurge on the chocolate ones, or if you wanna DIY… Dip ‘um yourself? I’m sure that would be cheaper, just more work. Good Luck!
Post # 4
Plain. Guests may not appreciate the significant price jump, and either way the idea is just as novel. I’d just as soon use the difference on a nice souvenir I’d have forever from my honeymoon, or snatch up a nice house warming gift to kick off our forever together.
Post # 5
i agree with PP, or if you are Def pining for choc- do halfers..so it will cut the costs
Post # 6
@shalynnmarie: That half-n-half idea is a great suggestion! I will definitely consider it!