Post # 1
We are having a Sept. wedding and we are already overbudget!!I bought some small boxes 2x2inches for the favors however I can’t think of a creative favor to put in them.We can do DIY if anyone has an idea…We have already thought of the choc kisses, cookies and m&ms.
Post # 4
italian cookies from ur local bakery…they are small, delicate, look gourmet, and taste great. u can get an assortmentm buy a few pounds, and fit one or two in each box. Us italians are suckers for weddings, so if u let them know its for a wedding they might just cut u a deal :o)
go to ur local bakery and start taste testing!!!
Post # 5
- Wedding: April 2010 - Signature Events
We used 2×2 favor boxes, too, and filled them with sour candy in our colors—pink, orange, and yellow. It was the least expensive, but still cute, idea I could come up with!
Post # 6
I’m making flower seed packets for our 10.10.10 wedding – I’m using a template from Microsoft word – i took a picture of the sunflowers in my yard last year & that’s the picture on the front – on the back is a cute saying….. plus – i saved all the seeds from my sunflowers last year & I’ll have seeds from this year’s crop too so I will definately have enough seeds – to fill the packets. I have tons of different kind of sunflower seeds & I like the fact they are “from our garden to yours”
I haven’t really priced it out…. but the most expensive thing is ink for my printer $15, a ream of paper & glue or double siding tape is all we need – i also have a relatively small guest list (100) so I’m not anticipating on too much cost or labor to make them!!
I have some rough drafts… I’ll try to post them later!
Post # 7
Is your Sept wedding autumn or rustic themed? Our August wedding is rustic themed and we’re using hard maple candies. Found them online pretty cheap (considering they’re real maple) – 100 for $20. They’re cute, inexpensive, individually wrapped and work will with a rustic or autumn theme.
Post # 8
O YUM!! where/though what company did you find those maple candies online? My dad and I used to eat them all the time when I was young and I would LOVE to get him some…esp at such a low price!!!! At my hometown’s ‘local malple festival’ they charge about $2 a piece!! yikes…
Post # 9
- Wedding: June 2016 - Virmond Park
Darn, just when I think something will be fabulous I can’t find it. I think I read in Women’s Day about at a bridal shower where each guest was given this ball w/ seed and dirt in it and all you had to do was literally thow it in the garden and water it and it would grow…of course now i can’t find it >>>blah
Edit: I FOUND IT I FOUND IT!! http://www.guerrillagardening.org/ggseedbombs.html
Post # 10
we have made very simple favors for our wedding. so simple to make but mean alot! we cut 2 pieces of coloured dress netting in to 2 circles, about the size of a small plate (can match your colour theme) . in these you fill them with almonds. traditionally 5 almonds which stand for Health , Wealth , Happiness, Fertility and Long Life.
I only used 4 meters of fabric for 60 favors. which was plenty, cost me £3.80!!! the ribon to tie it all together cost me £4.00 and then its just buying the almonds