Post # 1
Ok one of my absolute favorite treats is caramel apples. I am constantly eating them 🙂 probably not good for the wedding diet hahaha
But my MOFx2 bridesmaids and family are throwing a big bridal shower with both families combined… I want to do something to thank them and thought of making caramel apples for favors in cute bags with ribbons tied.
Would this be ok for an June bridal shower??? My colors are black and white with some purple so I thought of doing purple sprinkles on them too
or do you ladies have any other diy inexpensive bridal shower favor ideas???
Post # 3
Super cute! Do it! And its great b/c you can incorporate your wedding colors too!
Post # 4
Ok glad someone thinks it is cute… wasn’t sure for summer if that was ok. Most of the time brides do those in fall
thanks 🙂 these look so yummy lol
Post # 5
I say do it! Who wouldn’t want a yummy caramel apple!!??
Post # 6
I second that. Why not? Everyone should like a caramel apple!!!
Post # 7
I would love a caramel apple no matter the time of year!
Post # 9
I think its very cute, I wanted caramel apple favors for my wedding! The only problem with June is that apples aren’t in season – but I’m from Washington, and we’re picky about our apples here.
Post # 10
Who cares if it isn’t “in season”?! It’ll be unexpected and YUMMY!! Plus, I don’t anyone would turn it down 😉
Post # 11
@Sulli301 – I mean the apples aren’t in season, apple harvest is in the fall. They are last years apples = not as fresh and yummy.
Post # 12
I agree that caramel apples are delicious at any time of year, but totally get where you’re coming from JenniB. I’m from the Okanagan region of BC, Canada which is “famous” for its orchards, and most pick their apples right off the tree in the fall. The apples that would be around in July are kind of whatever’s left at this point, and have been kept in a refrigerator for almost a year if you want to use local fruit. They can get a little bit mealy, and not as sweet.
I’m sure if you purchased them from somewhere that makes caramel apples all year long, they will be careful to source apples from regions where they’re still fresh.
Post # 13
I like caramel apples but they are something i only eat in the fall so I dont think I’d want them in June. I guess I think they are kind of heavy. I would want something lighter in june.