(Closed) Favors?

posted 11 years ago in New Hampshire
Post # 3
47423 posts
Honey Beekeeper
  • Wedding: November 1999

Maybe you could share something about your wedding?

Post # 4
8351 posts
Bumble Beekeeper
  • Wedding: March 2011

I am not a New Husband bride, but I am doing several favors, so I though I would share.

  • candy/cookie bar
  • Madagasca vanilla bean vanilla made with rum
  • Madagasca vanilla bean vanilla made with vodka
  • Madagasca vanilla bean vanilla sugar

With the time you have left until your wedding you probably couldn’t do the vanilla favors because for the best vanilla, you need a good six months, but you could do the candy/cookie bar or the vanilla sugar. The sugar takes about two weeks for good flavor. To make it, just combine 1 vanilla bean with every 2 cups of sugar and store in an airtight container for 2 weeks and then transfer to your favor jars.

Post # 6
255 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: April 2004

Yes–any more details on the wedding itself? You could do local jams, apple butter, honey, pancake mix/syrup, Van Otis chocolates…. But I’m not sure what you’re looking for? (And congratulations!)

Post # 7
921 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: August 2010

I’m doing wine with custom personalized labels I designed!


Post # 9
353 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: November 2010

We did mercury glass Christmas ornaments or votive holders depending on their faith.  

Post # 10
3866 posts
Honey bee
  • Wedding: April 2012

we’re doing shot glasses with a design I made for the wedding.  (a tribal two-headed ax and a tribal rose wrapping around the ax)  We’re having them made at discountmugs.com  I’ve already talked to a customer service rep and they were REALLY helpful!  (of course, we’re not ordering them until closer to the wedding, but that’s one less thing I have to stress over, lol).

We WERE going to do candy containers with personalized stickers (again, my design) but I found the shot glasses for almost the same price (they’re actually cheaper!).

For the kids that’ll be there, we’ll be getting little treasure chests from Oriental Trading and putting dice in them.  For the youngsters too little for dice, I’m making stuffed dragons (will probably end up making a slew of ’em just ’cause, lol).

the theme is fantasy and my Fiance and I are gamers and so are a bunch others who’ll be there.  and, besides, what kid DOESN’T like playing with dice?!?? 

Post # 11
8 posts
  • Wedding: July 2005

Candy buffets are always a huge hit.  The guests love them and it brings back all those childhood memories.  Who wouldn’t like to be a kid in a candy store.  Also, we have done several wedding with mini-pie favors.  You can do one pie per couple.  When we do ours, we put them in a beautiful white box with a ribbon and tag or flower on the front.  We also include a knife and fork (or 2) if per couple.  We have had people tell us that they have eaten them on the way home or back at their hotel.

Post # 12
12 posts

We are doing hang over kits. It’s a little organza bag with Advil, alkaseltzer, ear plugs, and a little thank you card. It’s attache’s to a Poland spring bottle. Came to $.70/person. eBay and amazon are great for this one. 

The topic ‘Favors?’ is closed to new replies.

Find Amazing Vendors