Post # 16
Food favors I’ve gotten were: tiny piece of cake in a box, Chocolate from nice chocolate shop in a ring box, DIY candy bar. I like them all! I like all edible favors 🙂
My favor were cookies and jordan almonds. And I guess backlava because that was on the dessert able with the to go bags 😛
Post # 17
My wedding was the week before Easter, I gave bags filled with a Cadburys Creme Egg, a Lindt bunny and a handful of mini eggs.
Most were gone before the starters came out 👀
Post # 18
I got a chocolate bar from a local chocolatier with a custom wrapper for the bride and groom. Best favor ever. I could eat it when I wanted since it wasn’t immediately perishable, it traveled home with me easily, and it was darn tasty.
Post # 19
We gave out gold foil-wrapped Betsy Ann Chocolate Bars! There wasn’t a single one left behind!
Post # 20
- Wedding: August 2016 - World\'s Fair Pavilion
The only food favor I’ve ever gotten was homemade granola. I think we left them on the table.
We’re doing mini boxes of gooey butter cake. a local favorite in St. Louis. Since most of our guests are out-of-towners, we thought it would be a fun treat for everyone.
Post # 21
I love this! Something personal and easy!
Post # 22
We’re doing mini maple syrup bottles. FI’s parents tap and produce the syrup on their property in Wisconsin. It is like liquid gold to people, and soooo good!!
Post # 23
A cookie bar. It was amazing. You could take home as many as you wanted.
Post # 24
- Wedding: March 2016 - Long Island
We did s’mores, being that they were pretty straightforward to assemble and hoped that the guests wouldn’t be too disappointed. To our surprise everyone took their favors (and we even received some complaints that people had their favors stolen! Lol)
Post # 25
We went through a local beekeeper that I found on facebook. She even met us at Starbucks for a honey tasting, so we could pick the variety we liked best. She delivered it a couple weeks before the wedding in little jars with gold tops. I decorated the jars with fabric and twine.