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Ok, so my bridesmaids, mom, and some friends and I are getting together tomorrow night to make favors and problem is…we haven’t got a clue as to what we are going to use as favors!!! What we did have planned didn’t work out finally. Any ideas would greatly be appreciated!!! Our theme is daisies and our colors are black, yellow and white…we don’t necessarily have to use these colors for favors though! Thanks gals!
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I’m doing perennials, we just went today to check on them. They run about 50-75 cents each (they come in all colors) and then you just have to get paper, spray paint, ribbon, or any other idea you’d like to dress them up.
Post # 5
Do you want something that can be used again, or something edible?
We are doing caramel apples covered in chopped nuts and drizzled with white and dark chocolate.
Post # 6
Thanks ! What exactly are you going to do to the perennials?
We really wanted to stick with a favor they can keep using, nothing edible really. I can’t believe the wedding is 22 days away and I’ve still got to decide!!!
If you have anymore ideas, or if you can answer the question about the perennials, please email me at [email protected] because I will not have internet access (just email on m phone) until later tonight! I’m going to get the supplies for whatever I decide to do later today! Help!! 🙂
Post # 7
If I had had a summer wedding, I was going to do jars of honey…but it seems like you’re a little short on time for this one.
What about a cute magnet or something?
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We’re doing a mixed cd of some of our favorite songs for each guest.
Post # 10
Since our theme is butterflies and we are getting married in a garden, we made little origami favor boxes and then filled them with a wildflower seed mix which is formulated to attract butterflies. Then we wrapped them up in ribbon and added a tag explaining what they were. I think each favor cost around .20 to make.
Post # 11
I have seen people use cookie cutters as favors- you could get heart or flower shaped ones, but you might have a hard time finding enough by tomorrow.
You could buy a bunch of white or yellow candles and tie ribbons around them.
Post # 12
How about some “gourmet” chocolate covered pretzels? Buy the biggest hard pretzels you can find and dip them in chocolate, and you can do swirls of white chocolate or cover them in mini m&ms or mini chocolate and peanut butter chips!
Post # 13
We are doing candy. I have bought these little pouches and we are going to fill them with candy. Have not decided if we are going to go the route of M&Ms or just use Sixlets.